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Parrot's Bath and Hike

An excellent opportunity to experience some of the flora and fauna of the rain forest without... read more

Reviewed June 13, 2018
Colin W
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Abingdon, United Kingdom
Excellent early morning hike

Knowledgeable and patient guide Pamela took us through an early morning walk above John Compton... read more

Reviewed June 2, 2018
Fourahbay
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Greater London, United Kingdom
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Wander the scenic nature trails through the island's rain forests, which are bountiful in plants and wildlife.
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Reviewed June 13, 2018

An excellent opportunity to experience some of the flora and fauna of the rain forest without getting lost.... We booked throught Island Routes (Sandals) and were part of a small group for the tour. Stout footwear (sneakers) is a must. It's not hard but is...More

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Reviewed June 2, 2018

Knowledgeable and patient guide Pamela took us through an early morning walk above John Compton dam, pointing out flora and fauna, medicinal use of plants and provided orientation to the sites and sounds around.

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Reviewed March 28, 2017

My teenage son (17 years) and daughter (just turned 14), along with myself (60 year old Dad) fund the guided hike of the Millet Trail deep in the Saint Lucian mountain rainforest an absolute highlight of our wonderful trip to the island of Saint Lucia....More

1  Thank nextportofcall
Reviewed January 26, 2017

Millet Bird Reserve: Better than Tet Paul for nature lovers and hikers looking to hike in the rain forest. Not as difficult as reports of Gros Piton hike nor as difficult to reach as some of the other forest preserve hikes. Did not see any...More

1  Thank a_traveler_too
Reviewed June 27, 2016

Lovely little walk and a beautiful waterfall in the middle, be sure to buy some hot mamas sauce when you finish. She's selling it outside on the street!

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Reviewed June 4, 2016

I was not planning to do this guided 2-mile loop walk anticipating it to be busy with tourists, but I am most glad we went. We drove from Marigot, pass banana plantations and through local villages, on a decent quality road (watch out for few...More

6  Thank ulchiki
Reviewed May 6, 2016

Great experience with a lovely and well informed guide; saw a variety of different birds native to the island, as well as a crab along the way (in a spring). Would highly recommend.

2  Thank Naomi M
Reviewed January 22, 2016

We had a lovely walk in the botanical gardens to the waterfall, on the way we watched the humming birds feed, and saw some wonderful tropical plants and flowers, it's not a long walk so is easily accessible to those who have walking limitations, like...More

2  Thank Nigel G
Reviewed June 25, 2015

An excellent half day walking in the forest. The guide was knowledgeable and didn't push us along. Some difficult bits, but on the whole fairly easy. Take good walking boots, insect repellent and water. My only disappointment - I didn't see ant parrots!

1  Thank Mansay
Reviewed February 3, 2015

I was a little disappointed with the Millet Nature Trail Hike, "A Walk on the Wild Side". It was more strenuous than moderate in it's nature, no colorful birds, parrots are long gone too. The coconut bird feeders were neat, however with the same birds...More

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