This is a must see if traveling to St Lucia. We did a tour through the active volcano where you can choose to take an amazing hot mud bath or go on a walking tour. Our party did both and thoroughly enjoyed it. Be sure...More
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During our caribbean Island cruise we visited St Lucia and spent the day going to Les Pitons and the volcano nearby It is a journey of approximately 4 hours between the trip and the return, besides enjoying the views and the volcanic mud bath It...More
St Lucia is a luscious island with rainforsts and its skyline dominated by the 'Pitons', and botanical gardens full of bougainvillea and hibiscus. It has charming little fishing villages and stunning volcanic scenery. Also saw the Governors residence. Fabulous day out
We ate lunch at a cute place on the water, good service, average food. Then we went shoppinging for sourviers; there were 2 stores in the town. There is a lot of poverty and begging here. Was not worth the trip in my opinion.
take a hike up mountain or just enjoy the view it's worth the time and trip to see local history and old sulphur mine to go with it
Yes, they are "just" mountains. But when you see them for the first time, they are magnificent. If you get to go by sea (either a tour or SCUBA diving), then you'll see another wonderful view.
As your arriving they appear in the sky light e. Green lush and very impressive. Two peaks in the sea. To climb them is possible but not for the faint hearted. We admired them from the sea.
Anyone visiting St. Lucia should make a point of viewing the beautiful Pitons. Plenty of tours are available by land or sea or both! We took the "Terre et Mer" full-day tour and felt it rounded out the experience. We booked through "Spice Travel and...More