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Exploring St Lucia

Pirates Quest

Looking for a relaxed holiday and some family adventure?! Pirates Quest is what you are looking for!

St. Lucia is a hidden gem of the Caribbean, offering white sandy beaches & lots of sunny days. Though this is not all what makes St. Lucia so attractive. The island offers a variety of activities for children and adults alike. The best place to be a ‘PIRATE OF THE CARIBBEAN’!

Step into the footprints of captain Jack Sparrow and go on a treasure hunt on Pigeon Island.

Spend the day at one of St. Lucia’s landmarks, where the famous pirate James De Bois had his base. Be greeted by a resident pirate and hunt for ‘gold’. After you have been set back in time and fulfilled the pirate’s quest, you turn into a modern pirate by hopping on a catamaran. Sail along the west coast and see the ‘treasures’ of the ocean. Explore hidden coves and colourful reefs during your catamaran journey.

Fly like Peter Pan and see the rainforest from above during a Treetop Zip Trip. Between the zips there is plenty of time to enjoy the unique panoramic views. As if you were standing in a crowns nest, you can observe the beautiful flora and fauna that surrounds you.

The adult pirates can enjoy the Caribbean taste on a sugar to rum tour.

Into more exploring?!

If you want to do more than just being a pirate, you can hike the Pitons. enjoy a volcano tour or a Soufriere Fountain of Youth tour. You can go snorkelling and see the stunning sea life along the beaches of St. Lucia. There are some good scuba bases as well, if you’d rather go for a scuba dive. These are just a few activities that the island has to offer.

St. Lucia is so much more than white sandy beaches and palm trees!

Your Itinerary

Day 1 -

Welcome to St. Lucia!

Upon arrival, a representative will pick you up at the airport and take you to your accommodation. Spend the rest of the day on the beach or by the pool and just relax after your long flight. Your ‘home away from home’ is the Bay Gardens Hotel

Day 2 -

More time to relax by the beach, while the children can enjoy the Splash Island Water Park. Explore Rodney Bay and have dinner at one of the nice restaurants in town.

Day 3 -

Time to turn into a pirate and go for a treasure hunt on Pigeon Island. Enjoy a pirate’s quest, in which you will search for Captain De Bois’ lost treasures, by following a custom designed map. This fun activity will take you to the most prominent sites to see on the island. As a highlight you will have a chance to win a return trip to St. Lucia for two or the cash equivalent, as well as some other nice goodies. Your day will end with a swim and refreshments will be provided at the beach.

Day 4 -

A day to be a ‘modern’ pirate! Come on board of a luxurious catamaran and enjoy a light breakfast while you sail along the west coast of the island. Your first stop will be at Anse Chastanet, here you have the opportunity to snorkel the beautiful coral gardens and see an array of colourful fish. Along this trip you will see more pristine snorkelling locations, as well as coves to explore. For lunch the captain will stop next to a beach and the onboard chef will prepare a fresh lunch from the grill, accompanied by complementary drinks from the bar. Enjoy the rest of the day on the water and try yourself on one of the stand-up paddle boards.

Day 5 -

Even pirate’s need a day off.

Today you spend your day at own leisure. Relax by the beach, read a book by the pool, walk through town or do some water sports. It is all up to you.

Day 6 -

Funny how time flies when you’re having fun…

Today it is time for you to be like Peter Pan and fly over the treetops of the rainforest. This exciting zipline tour consists of 12 zip lines, including the island’s longest, highest and fastest. The lines are up to 244 metres long and about 45 metres above the ground. A net bridge is part of the zipline circuit as well. After the zipline ride you will have time to relax and enjoy complementary local refreshments, while surrounded by the beauty of nature.

Day 7 -

One last day to enjoy the beauty of this tropical island and work on your sun tanning. Spend the day at your own leisure. Maybe the children still have one or two Splash Island Day Passes to use. An optional sugar to rum tour can be arranged at additional cost.

Day 8 -

After breakfast it is time to say goodbye. A representative will take you back to the airport for your flight back home.

What's included?

Included:
  • Accommodation in a 2-Bedroom Suite on a Bed & Breakfast Basis
  • Return airport transfer
  • Transfer to and from the activities
  • A Pigeon Island Treasure hunt, including refreshments
  • A Zipline tour
  • A catamaran cruise, including light breakfast, lunch and refreshments
  • Non-motorised water sports
  • 6 x 1-hours Splash Island Waterpark cards
Price:
  • Based on mid-season rates (April to December)
  • Based on a family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children under the age of 12)
  • This price excludes the international flights. Direct flights from London Gatwick to Hewanorra cost around £650 per person, depending on the season.
Restrictions:
  • Zip-line tour is only for children with a minimum height of 1.27 metres
  • Minimum age of 8-years-old.
  • Maximum weight 115 kilograms
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Looking for a relaxed holiday and some family adventure?! Pirates Quest is what you are looking for!

St. Lucia is a hidden gem of the Caribbean, offering white sandy beaches & lots of sunny days. Though this is not all what makes St. Lucia so attractive. The island offers a variety of activities for children and adults alike. The best place to be a ‘PIRATE OF THE CARIBBEAN’!

Step into the footprints of captain Jack Sparrow and go on a treasure hunt on Pigeon Island.

Spend the day at one of St. Lucia’s landmarks, where the famous pirate James De Bois had his base. Be greeted by a resident pirate and hunt for ‘gold’. After you have been set back in time and fulfilled the pirate’s quest, you turn into a modern pirate by hopping on a catamaran. Sail along the west coast and see the ‘treasures’ of the ocean. Explore hidden coves and colourful reefs during your catamaran journey.

Fly like Peter Pan and see the rainforest from above during a Treetop Zip Trip. Between the zips there is plenty of time to enjoy the unique panoramic views. As if you were standing in a crowns nest, you can observe the beautiful flora and fauna that surrounds you.

The adult pirates can enjoy the Caribbean taste on a sugar to rum tour.

Into more exploring?!

If you want to do more than just being a pirate, you can hike the Pitons. enjoy a volcano tour or a Soufriere Fountain of Youth tour. You can go snorkelling and see the stunning sea life along the beaches of St. Lucia. There are some good scuba bases as well, if you’d rather go for a scuba dive. These are just a few activities that the island has to offer.

St. Lucia is so much more than white sandy beaches and palm trees!

Rodney Bay
Rodney Bay is over a mile long with a man-made causeway at its northern end that connects Pigeon Island to the mainland and shelters the whole bay. Within the bay is a large, completely protected inner lagoon, accessed via a man-made channel between Reduit Beach and the town Gros Islet. At the Marina's complex there are restaurants, boutiques, banks with ATM facilities, public telephones, a supermarket, and a car rental agency. Fleewinter has a good selection of apartments & Boutique Hotels within walking distance from the marina.
Vieux Fort
Home to St. Lucia's main international airport, Hewanorra, and the island's second largest town, Vieux Fort is somewhat off the beaten track. Sporting one of the longest stretches of soft, sandy beach, this official port of entry offers a more unspoiled version of the island's charm. Anse de Sable Bay, on Vieux Fort's reef-protected Atlantic coast, is one of the Caribbean's finest windsurfing and kite-surfing locations, with the state of the art equipment for rent.
Soufrier
Established in the 18 th century, Soufrier is St. Lucia's oldest town and was the capital when France controlled the island. Home of the island's UNESCO World Heritage Site, Soufriere offers dramatic backdrops for visiting boats. Soufriere is an official port of entry. Anchorages can be found at Anse Chastanet, just north of Soufrier Bay, and off the Humingbird Beach north of Soufriere town. Modern and colonial buildings stand side by side; painted in pastels, many have pretty balconies with gingerbread fretwork.
Cap Estate
North of Pigeon Point is Cap estate, an old 1500 acre sugar cane plantation. It is now dotted with some of the finest homes and rental villas in St. Lucia. Cap Estate is also home to an 18-hole golf course. We have a large selection of St Lucian villas in this area and is one of the most popular places to stay while holidaying in St Lucia.
Pigeon Island
North of Castries lies Pigeon Island National Park. This 44 acre site was once an island accessible only by sea. The causeway, joining Pigeon Island to the mainland was built in the 1970's. Grasslands, dry tropical forest and beaches are the geological interests of the park. It was once a British garrison used to observe the French activities in the neighbouring Martinique . Today Pigeon Island is the centre stage venue for the annual St. Lucia Jazz Festival. An interpretation centre tells the story of Pigeon Island. There are two restaurants on the island and a couple of quiet beaches. There is an entry fee to get into the park.
Gros Islet
Gros Islet is the newest town in St. Lucia, having been recently promoted from a village to a town. It is the location of the Beausejour Cricket Grounds where one day test cricket is played, part of the 2007 Cricket World Cup was played there. It is the administrative centre of the Gros Island Quarter, a region of Saint Lucia which includes the island's northernmost point, Cap Point.
Marigot Bay
Marigot Bay is located on the western coast of the Caribbean island of Saint Lucia, 3.75 miles southwest from Castries and a short distance from the Saint Lucian National Marine Reserve. It is surrounded on three sides by steep, forested hills.

The inland portion of the bay forms a hurricane hole, used to shelter boats from hurricanes.

Marigot Bay is a historic landmark, having been the site of a number of battles between the French and British navies.

The bay was used as the setting for the 1967 film adaptation of Hugh Lofting's Doctor Dolittle books. Scenes of the shipwreck, Great Pink Sea Snail, and the construction of the harness for the Giant Lunar Moth were filmed in the bay.

The American novelist James A. Michener famously described Marigot Bay as "The most beautiful bay in the Caribbean."

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