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Dark View Waterfall and Beach Tour

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This tour takes you along the north leeward coast of the island to the largest twin waterfall in the country. On your journey you will pass through several towns and villages, where you will gain an exquisite experience into the way of life on this unspoiled island. Customers are treated to refreshments and snacks along with a thorough overview of local knowledge from a very verse tour guide.The other stops on this tour are as follows: Fort Charlotte, Fishing Town of Layou and Barrouallie, Pirates of the Caribbean movie set at Walliabou Bay and Buccama Beach.
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betkai wrote a review Mar 2020
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania7 contributions
We stopped here on an island tour of St. Vincent. It was advertised as the site where the opening scenes of the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie were filmed. This is true, but there is not too much left of how it looked in the movie. It seemed a bit tattered and tacky with pirate statues and paraphernalia scattered around. There were some faded movie posters and photos inside a building with rusting movie reels standing along the wall. It was still fun to imagine what it must have looked like during the filming, so we had a good time... but I wouldn't plan my whole visit to St. Vincent around it as an attraction!
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Date of experience: January 2020
ella020 wrote a review Dec 2019
England288 contributions189 helpful votes
Went on a taxi tour along the coast to the Pirates of Caribbean film set in St Vincent and the Grenadines. The scenery on the 45 minute journey was spectacular with beautiful houses set in the mountains
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Date of experience: October 2019
Globetrotter_JV wrote a review May 2019
Edmonton, Canada72 contributions13 helpful votes
We enjoyed this self-guided walking tour of the Pirates of the Caribbean movie set. There are many movie props to examine, and it's just plain cool to walk around a place you remember from the movies.
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Date of experience: November 2018
1947grahamD wrote a review Apr 2019
Portsmouth, United Kingdom23 contributions2 helpful votes
Wallilabou Anchorage is one of the locations for the hit movie franchise Pirates of the Caribbean, twhich starred Johnny Depp. The set has been turned into a tourist attractions with a small museum showing photographs and memorabilia of the stars of the movie. There is also a hangman's gibbet where most visitors are photographed putting on the noose. It can get very crowded at times, especially when cruise liners are berthed at Kingstown and organised coach trips arrive. Entry is free and I was surprised at the lack of souvenirs to purchase - there is an opportunity here for an entrepreneur!
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Date of experience: November 2018
AngelaSmith S wrote a review Mar 2019
Cape Town, South Africa204 contributions46 helpful votes
We were anchored in the bay. It's a stern2 anchor and tied up to a tree. The boat boys are an absolute pain. They don't stop trying to sell things and don't take no for an answer. Not much is happening in the little town. The main attraction is the Pirates of the Caribbean set. The restaurant is in desperate need of a face lift and a good clean .
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Date of experience: March 2019
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