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Saint Lucia has some of the most beautiful scenery along with lovely beaches. Below is a  list of Attractions/Activities you can choose from for your Island Expo / Cruise Tour with us! 

***It’s important to note that NOT all activities listed below can be done within a 5-6 Hr Tour. ***

Castries Tour 

See the Castries market, Derek Walcott Square, Massav Tree and our Cathedral which is the largest church in the Caribbean, measuring 200 ft  long (61 m) by 100 ft wide (30 m) 

Morne Fortune Tour

See the Government House which is one of the most important pieces of historical architecture in St.Lucia. You will also get to see the old military baracks and GunPowder Magazine. The name Morne Fortune translates to Hill of Good Luck in French, which must’ve been a sarcastic twist as this was the site of brutal battles between French and British forces.

Marigot Bay 

Just under four miles south of Castries lies a place that has been called “the most beautiful in the Caribbean” by none other than  James Michener, who wrote a sweeping chronicle of the islands in 1989. Marigot Bay is a hurricane hole, sheltered in the worst of weather by the steep hillsides that surround its small, deep harbour.

Also featured in the 1967 movie Dr. Doolittle, starring Rex Harrison and a large pink snail!

Banana Plantation 

Drive through a native Banana Plantation, The largest in St. Lucia. At the plantation, you will learn about the banana plantation’s history, and also about the harvesting process.

Fishing Villages

Fishing Villages of Canaries and Anse La Raye. These two fishing villages are a must stop on St. Lucia tours. They are rich with St. Lucian culture and tradition. First stop is the fishing village of Anse La Raye. You are free to purchase any of the local craft. Home of Fish Friday, a sea food fiesta.’ Next, enjoy a scenic drive to Canaries. Second of St.Lucia’s fishing Villages. Descendants of the Caribs and Arawaks are from these two villages.

The Pitons – Gros Piton Hike 

The Pitons, St. Lucia’s twin towering peaks and prime topographic feature, soar out of the sea to great heights. The Gros Piton (large piton) to the south is 798 meters high and excellent for hikes and the Petit Piton (small piton) is 750 meters

Entrance Fee ( Not Included ) : $50 USD per person inclusive of Guide( Entrance fee goes towards preservation of the Piton Hike including trail upkeep)

Sulphur Springs/Mudbaths

Named for the sulfur once mined at this site, Mount Soufriere (also known as Sulphur Springs Park) is the most active geothermal area in the Lesser Antilles.

Entrance Fee ( Not Included ) : $15 USD per person for Volcano Tour and Mudbath. Kids half price 

Diamond Botanical Gardens, Waterfall and Mineral Baths 

The Diamond Falls section of the Soufrière Estate offers three popular attractions: well-conceived gardens, a beautiful waterfall colored by mineral deposits, and healing mineral hot spring baths originally built for the troops of King Louis the XVI of France.

Entrance Fee ( Not Included ) : $ 7 USD per person 

Toraille Waterfall

Near the town of Soufriere, just a stone’s throw from the scenic main road, which passes through the community of Fond St. Jacques, a breathtaking waterfall gushes 50 feet over a cliff side and cascades into a pool at the center of a charmingly landscaped garden.

Entrance Fee ( Not Included ) : $ 3 USD per person 

New Jerusalem Mineral Baths ( Hot baths) 

New Jerusalem Warm Baths will be a welcomed retreat for sore muscles and a tired psyche.There is absolutely no level of difficulty to this hidden treasure, aside from a short five-minute walk from the main road entryway back to the warm mineral pools.The baths are locally owned and managed. There are two warm pools that are equipped with seating areas and three different temperatures of water flowing from bamboo faucets from 6ft above. The pressure creates a nice warm body massage on aching muscles. This is not a crowded, nor a touristy location, so you will enjoy relative privacy and solitude.

Entrance Fee ( Not Included ) : $ 5 XCD per person

Beach Time – Sugar Beach

Sugar Beach is a popular snorkeling site and a great spot for beach time. You can rent gear from property for many options, including snorkeling, snuba ( cross between snorkeling and scuba) in which divers get an oxygen tube that goes up to a boat on the surface of the water, allowing for depths of 20 feet. Most romantically, Sugar Beach is the only place on St. Lucia to offers guided night snorkeling ($25 an hour), assisted by underwater flashlights. 

Zip lining/Air Tram/ Hiking

Do one, two or all! Nature and Adventure Together At Last! Ultimate three tour package allows you to experience thrilling and exciting St. Lucia excursions without missing out on the rain forest’s rich wildlife.

Entrance Fee ( Not Included ) : $79 USD per person

Bird watching 

The bird watching is one of St. Lucia attractions designed to engage everyone from the serious birder to the casual enthusiast. Experienced Nature Interpreters guide you through the forest pointing out signature calls and keeping eyes peeled for even the most elusive of birds.

Entrance Fee ( Not Included ) : $25 XCD per person inclusive of guide ( Entrance fee goes towards preservation of the sanctuary including trail upkeep, plantings to prevent mudslides, and future purchases of other lands for preservation)

Tet Paul Nature Trail

Winding through tropical forest in St. Lucia’s World-Heritage-listed Piton Management Area, the TetPaul Nature Trail offers some of the most spectacular views in southern St. Lucia. On a clear day, hikers can see all the way to Martinique and St. Vincent. The hike takes about 45 minutes and is rated easy to moderate. 

Entrance Fee ( Not Included ) : $10 USD per person inclusive of Guide

Snorkeling and Diving at Anse Chastanet/ Sugar Beach 

Anse Chastanet coral reef harbors a treasure trove of sea life across varying depths. On a plateau of two to eight meters, divers can see colored sponges, soft corals, boulder coral, and brain corals. Frogfish inhabit a large nearby cavern, and divers may spot many varieties of fish in the coral gardens, including parrotfish, goatfish, wrasse, chromis, and barracudas. The edge of the plateau is a wall that drops 46 meters to a lace coral ecosystem inhabited by lobsters, crabs, and eels. Plate coral starts below 30 meters. Above the surface, Anse Chastanet is a sheltered beach with beautiful views of the Pitons.

Pigeon Island ( North Island Tour) 

No longer an island – a causeway was built in the 1970s – this national park is a lovely spot. Marked trails help you explore the ruins of Fort Rodney, built by the British in the 18th century. A steep, sweaty climb to the top of the fort, on the lower of the island’s two hills, is repaid with glorious, 360-degree views – it was converted to a US signal station in World War Two. End your visit with time on one of the island’s beaches – see our beach recommendations.

Entrance Fee ( Not Included ) : $7 XCD per person inclusive of Guide. Kids half price

Let St.Lucia Best Experience Tours take you there ! Come enjoy the splendor that is St.Lucia. You won’t regret it.