• Location: Basseterre, St Kitts
  • Duration: 6 hours (approx.)
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Explore the 3,792-foot (1,156-meter) Mount Liamuiga on foot during this 6-hour guided trek. With a small group, travel through the village of St Pauls in an open-top safari truck into the tropical forest. Continue on foot through the dense foliage of the rainforest and the cloud forest at higher elevations. Enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding islands such as Saba, Statia, St Barths and Nevis from one of the tallest peaks in the Caribbean archipelago. Fresh local fruit, refreshments and snacks are included.


  • Explore Mount Liamuiga with a small group and a local guide
  • Ride in an open-top 4x4 vehicle through the small village of St Pauls
  • Trek through the tropical rainforest and cloud forest on foot
  • Get stunning views of neighboring islands such as St Barths, Nevis, Saba and Statia
  • Enjoy complimentary refreshments, snacks and fresh local fruit

What You Can Expect

Hiking Mount Liamuiga Volcano in St Kitts

Rainforest Hike

Customer Reviews


5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2018

This was a great experience. Our tour guide was great and gave little bits of history as we went up the volcano through the rain forest. This is a strenuous hike and our tour guide was very patient with us and took breaks as we went. You do need to be some what active to do this hike. I was worried about making it back to our Cruise ship, and that wasn't a problem at all. They picked us up on time and got us back to the cruise ship in plenty of time.

Pascale M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2018

This tour is for fitness and oudoors lovers. My 18-year old daughter and myself had a great day. Our guide, Adrian, a local gentleman who is passionate about and very knowledgeable of his island, was just extraordinary. Smart, funny, in great shape, he entertained us all along the trail and made the excursion a memorable one. We recommend the tour and the guide, definitely.

Nadean E

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2018

The hike to Mount Liamuiga was awesome! It was very challenging but definitely worth it. It rained on and off but I brought Yak Tracks for my hiking shoes which really helped from slipping during the climb down on the wet rocks and in the mud. Andre was our guide and he made the trip fun!

jonathan c

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

This tour was amazing!

Diane C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

VERY strenuous, but a once in a lifetime experience. Very hard to get up there, harder to get down but totally worth it. The last bit is flat out rock climbing. A few times I thought I was going to pass out. Go slow if you need to. Our guide Hilton was amazing and helped us a ton. Only do this if you are in good shape, it is no joke!

Victoria A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

Hilton was a great guide. He gave us a thorough history lesson as well as a biology lesson on the fauna and flora of St. Kitts while we hiked this well-maintained trail. It was challenging but beautiful. The trees in the rainforest were amazing to see. I could have spent all afternoon just exploring the forest.
We will DEFINITELY do this hike again with Hilton!
Good job!

Albert L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

This was a great hike. It is very steep with quite a few wet roots and rocks. Wear good shoes and be ready for a workout. Doobie, our guide, was great. The smaller the group, the better.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2015

Amazing does not even begin to describe this tour. Our tour guide was Al and he knew every inch of the forest. He is what made the tour so awesome. He kept us informed the entire way of everything and most importantly got us up and back safely. We started out our hike with six people and my fiancé and I were the only ones that made it to the top. This is for experienced Hikers and people who are in good physical shape! Once you get towards the top you will have to climb steep terrain and rocks. We were able to make it to the top and back down in about 3 hours. It takes a good 25 minutes to get there if you are coming from the ship dock. Once you get to the top the views are breathtaking and Al gives you some local drink and raisin bread, which are quite tasty. If you book this tour ask for Al he is the best aka prince of the mountain, he has been climbing this mountain since he was 7 and knows every part of it. This was our favorite excursion that we have ever done on a cruise.

Alex B

4 star rating: Recommended August 2016

The hike was intense but very worthwhile!! Our guide Hilton didn't say much and spent most of the hike down texting on his phone, which was very rude and annoying, but he got us up and back safely which is most important. Another guide might be better in terms of info on the forest and area. But the hike and views from the forest and up top were amazing! Our route was about 5 miles each way and an elevation of around 4000 ft. Again, the hike is intense and definitely for those that are in good shape. There are areas of the trail that are no more than 24 in diameter, just to keep in mind if that may be an issue and around 5 sections where you are climbing at about a 70-degree incline where you are climbing rocks and tree roots, but it was a blast and a good workout to boot.

Merlin B

4 star rating: Recommended February 2016

This was a very adventurous hike. I saw some information that said that it was 2.5 miles. My fitbit says that it was 3.5 miles and 65 of that was up a pretty steep incline. Everyone in our party was in agreement about the distance. It is challenging but a lot of fun. Our guide was good and kept us moving. You will be on all fours several times as you climb up the mountain!

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