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Pigeon Island National Park

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Pigeon Island National Park

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Rainforest Adventures St Lucia Aerial Tram and Zipline Tour (with Transfer*)
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Rainforest Adventures St Lucia Aerial Tram and Zipline Tour (with Transfer*)

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Explore St Lucia's rainforest via aerial tram and zipline. During this half-day eco-adventure, enjoy a guided nature tour that allows a bird's eye view of the lush tropical forest. Then clip into a harness to zoom through a 10-zipline canopy tour and enjoy a hike through the rainforest accompanied by an expert adventure guide. 
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Fiona P wrote a review Sep 12
62 contributions32 helpful votes
It was a lovely day out, the views are wonderful. Don't forget your swim suit! After all that hiking, it was just bliss to cool off in the sea, there are sun loungers, umbrellas for hire, and there's a great restaurant on site too, we spent the whole day here, wonderful.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Norb W wrote a review May 2020
Tucson, Arizona263 contributions182 helpful votes
We were on a ship excursion from St Lucia to Pigeon Island National Bark. The road trip was very scenic and interesting. It is not an island by itself but had been. A few years back dcaswoayas construction that yea back d the Atlantic Ocean from the Lake in the park. The beach was beautiful and quiet. Beach chairs were provided. .There is an old fort on the top of the surrounding mountain. It is not a difficut trail and about 1/2 hours to climb. The tour guide went along with the hikers. There is a floating bar that goes from the beech to next door to the Sandals Island resort. It was an very enjoyable trip. There isa fee to enter the park, which was paid from the tour. Referennce COPD-19, St Lucia had reported 17 confirmed cases However cruise ships are not permitted to enter this island at the current time. Suggest checking with their local website and US State Dept for a status before you book any trip to this area. It would be a shame to not beable to go as it it a very interesting island, This was our 3rd trip and we always learned something new.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Suziezeb wrote a review Apr 2020
Castries, St. Lucia9 contributions7 helpful votes
Good for hikinf, swiming, snorkeling, scuba diving, history buffs, picnics or any other outdoor activity.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Matt wrote a review Mar 2020
England, United Kingdom93 contributions27 helpful votes
Stunning views from the fort and points at the top (short walk although steep and rocky for the point itself). Excellent beaches and fantastic snorkelling available. The rangers were helpful and dotted around the island. For $10 US this is a worthwhile trip.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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N H wrote a review Mar 2020
Newton Le Willows, United Kingdom3,035 contributions187 helpful votes
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The ruins, beautiful beach and snorkelling are worth the us$10 entrance fee. You can get a guided tour or there are plenty of info boards if you want to stroll around yourself. To get to the fort it’s a strenuous walk up steep paths and not for anyone with walking difficulties. There are some beautiful views from the top and nice grounds to have a picnic on. There are two restaurants in the national park but both were closed when we were there (Monday morning).
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Date of experience: March 2020
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