We stopped by here on our way to the airport. We were the only group in attendance and hence had the tour guide to ourselves. It was interesting to learn about how the Kalinago people moved across the islands in the Carribbean and learn about their culture and history. There were interesting nuggets of history based on their account that completely counter the more traditional accounts taught in US schools. I had my eyes opened to hear a different perspective and for that I'm very grateful. For example, Carib is the name given to the people likely by a foreigner, however recently they decided to go back to their name: Kalinago.
The downside about when we visited was that there was no demonstrations occurring with the exception of the dance for a fee/donation. Unlike the other reviewer, we did not feel pressure to buy the jewelry, but two women in our party decided to anyways.
In terms of making this the main highlight of your to-do list for the day, I would recommend against that, especially if you're staying on the southeast side of the island - the drive is too long/windy (for an American) just to visit here. But it was a perfect 1 hour stop on our way to the airport.
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