The email or password you entered isn't correct. If you've forgotten your password, please reset it. Click here
There was an error logging in, please try again.
Log in to Viator
Log in to add things to your wishlist and access your bookings from any device.
La Soufrière- If you are an eco-tourist, if a day of climbing and hiking fancies you or if you are just looking for the most stunning view available then this trail (4km each way) to an active volcano, St. Vincent’s highest point (4048 feet), La Soufrière, is the tour for you. For the average hiker, two hours will take you to the summit where you can behold the majestic beauty of the Volcano. This tour takes you along the picturesque windward (eastern) coast, through banana and coconut plantations. You travel along steep volcanic ridges verdant with bamboo and tropical trees. One may even be able to climb down into the crater to get a closer look at the steaming doom which plugs the amazing feat. The “on top of the world feeling” and its marvelous view makes this site one not to pass by. Facilities include gazebos, washrooms and parking.
Hike the La Soufriere Volcano and enjoy the a breathtaking, panoramic Birdseye view of the Leeward coast of St. Vincent. With an elevation of 4049ft above sea level it is the highest peek on the island. Also you will get the chance to see our neighboring island St. Lucia on a day with good visibility.
The Rum Shop Tour is a great way to support small local businesses that you would not know about otherwise. It creates and opportinity for you to mingle with other visitors, expats and locals while combining walking, sight seeing and drinking. As you will purchase your own drinks or food, you can decide what local treats you want to try. It is not luxury tour, so don't join if you need top of line. However, if you want an authentic experience with quality people, then this is the tour for you.
Dark View Falls are two spectacular waterfalls, one above the other, cascading down high cliff faces and plunging into natural pools. There is a short and easy hike to the falls through rainforest and across the Richmond River via either a bamboo bridge or conventional bridge. You pass through a clearing in the middle of a pretty bamboo grove before reaching the first tall waterfall. Another short, but more difficult walk will take you up to the second waterfall, directly above the first. The waterfalls flow all year from a tributary of the Richmond River.