• Location: St Lucia
  • Duration: 8 hours (approx.)
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Get to know St Lucia by land and sea during this 8-hour tour of the island's west coast. With your guide and tour group, depart from Rodney Bay Marina in Gros Islet and take a guided tour by land, passing fishing villages, banana plantations and the majestic Pitons before reaching Sourfriere. Explore the Diamond Botanical Gardens and a drive-in volcano, then board a catamaran bound for Rodney Bay. Along the way, stop in a protected bay for swimming and snorkeling. Round-trip transportation from St Lucia hotels and lunch at Morne Coubaril Estate are included.

Highlights

  • 8-hour tour of St Lucia by tour vehicle and catamaran
  • Buffet lunch at the 18th-century Morne Coubaril Estate
  • Drive down St Lucia's west coast, past banana plantations and fishing villages
  • Visit the Diamond Botanical Gardens and drive-in volcano in Soufriere
  • Sail back up the coast, stopping to swim and snorkel
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off included

What You Can Expect

Soufriere Full-Day Land and Sea Combo Tour

Take in views of the Pitons!

Get convenient pickup at your St Lucia hotel and set off for a guided tour of St Lucia's west coast by vehicle. 

Pass working banana plantations on your way to see picturesque Marigot Bay, the filming location for many movies and home to the mega yachts of the rich and famous. See the town of Canaries and Anse La Raye, a charming local fishing village, before arriving in Soufriere. 

Explore the Diamong Botanical Gardens, nestled in the shadow of the looming Pitons. Get a guided tour of the drive-in volcano, then visit the therapeutic mud baths at Sulphur Springs. 

Continue to the 18th-century plantation Morne Coubaril Estate for a buffet lunch, then head for the Soufriere docks to board a catamaran. 

Sail for a protected bay that allows for easy, safe swimming and snorkeling. Relax on board the spacious boat, bask in the tropical sun or play in the azure waters. Back on board the boat, sail back to Rodney Bay Marina, getting one last view of Marigot Bay from the water.

Disembark at Rodney Bay, then enjoy drop-off back at your hotel.

Customer Reviews

Maryna S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2018

Unbelievable trip. We were changed to all by sea tour and it was great. Will recommend it to all my friends

kylevioletwedding

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2017

A great way to see much much of St. Lucia. Wonderful views sailing down the coast, including the majestic Pitons. The waterfall is nice, if a bit underwhelming. The drive through volcano is really interesting and a cool site to see. The cocoa plantation was a lot of fun, as we learned more about farming on St. Lucia and the process of making chocolate. A tasty lunch was served here too.

The return trip had a nice little snorkeling spot for us and time to swim around. Coming back, the rum flowed and everyone was in great spirits chatting and dancing on the boat. The crew was really fun! Highly recommend!

Steve N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2017

This tour was perfect. Our tour guide Marcus was funny, pleasant and very knowledgeable. Highly recommended tour. Definitely worth the money!

John P

4 star rating: Recommended December 2017

Not enough people had signed up to do the 'land and sea' tour on the actual day, so I was asked to switch to the Tout Bagay tour, which was very similar - but involved travelling by boat in both directions. Lovely relaxing cruise along the west cost to Soufriere, a cooling dip in the waterfall, visit to the sulphur springs, lunch and a snorkel on the way back. Amazing views of the Pitons. The trip seemed to be able to cater for people of all ages from small children to pensioners. Pick up and drop off at the hotel worked very well, and it was all generally well organised. Lots of reggae music en-route. A very enjoyable day and I would strongly recommend it!

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