Island Tour to the North
Perhaps you been to St. Lucia before and toured the southern communities and want to try something new! This is a tour that explores the northern portion of the island. From the cruise ship or your resort you would enter the capital of Castries to the see the French and European influences on the city in addition to other historical sites. Then you will travel to Walcott Square and see a monument to St. Lucia's War dead. Near the square you will see a large Samaan Tree, commonly known as the "Massav" tree which is over 400 years old. Also, on the eastern end of Walcott Square view the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. You will then go to Morne Fortune (formerly called Le Carenage) and stop at Victory Monument where you will have spectacular views of the city and the northern portion of the island. Once on board we will travel southward past the 19th Century Governor's House. Then we'll go to Marigot Bay to witness the beautiful views, the beach and explore the
site where Dr. Doolittle was first filmed in 1966. Your next stop will be the fishing village of Anse La Raye and Roseau Valley (banana plantation) then travel over the lush mountains for scenic views of Babonneau, Monchy and spectacular views of both the Atlantic and Caribbean Seas. The next stop will be the beaches of Choc Bay, Rodney Bay (Reduit Beach), Pigeon Island, and Cap Estates (Smugglers Cove Beach) before returning to your ship or resort.
Experience Relax and unwind on Reduit Beach in Rodney Bay. You can spread the towel or rent chairs/umbrellas on the beach at your own expense.
Visit historic Pigeon Island Museum and Interpretive Centre which highlights the "Battle of the Saints". See the remnants of the British Officers' mess building that housed the troops led by Admiral Sir Georges Brydges Rodney. The site also provides 180 degree views of the Pitons, Mt. Gimie and a beach to relax that faces Rodney Bay
Lushan Country Life
This is a unique opportunity to experience the rich culture of St. Lucia in the early years! Take a walk in nature. Stroll through the herbal and medicinal gardens, the forest and garden trails and the home to more than thirty bird species. Sample a variety of seasonal fruits. See the Kai Pye (Traditional Amerindian Hut) , Coal Making Pit and Creole Kitchen. It's a step back in time and a chance to experience St. Lucia and its Eco culture. This can be combined with an optional short tour of Castries, Morne Fortune, Marigot Bay, Banana Plantation in Roseau, Anse La Raye and then relax on Reduit Beach.