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Things To Do in St Lucia

There’s so many things to do in St Lucia you would never fit it all in to one visit, so that’s why at Fleewinter we can organise all your trips and pre-book them so you can have more time enjoying the beautiful island of St Lucia. Please see just some of the organised trips available to book through Fleewinter.

SNUBA Adventures at Pigeon 2 1⁄2 hrs – 3 hrs
SNUBA Adventure Tour at Pigeon Island begins from a gently sloping sandy beach. The waters surrounding Pigeon Island offer a variety of tropical fish and marine life including; Flounder, Blue Tang, Parrot fish, Squirrel fish, Spiny lobster, Arrow crabs, Octopus, and coral such as Barrel sponge and Brain coral. They also have a variety of seasonal visitors including Turtles, schools of sardines and more…every dive is a new adventure! After a brief (15 minute) pre-dive orientation, that includes many useful snorkeling skills you will begin a very comfortable and calm guided tour that will take you to a maximum depth of 20 feet. Snuba is diving at your level of comfort.

SNUBA DOO at Pigeon Island 2 1/2/ HRS – 3 HRS
Introduce your child to the magic of the underwater world!
SNUBA Doo allows kids ages 4 to 7 years old to join their siblings, parents or family members on a shared SNUBA tour. Kids wear a specially designed, highly adjustable floatation vest that keeps them safely buoyant at the surface, while their family members SNUBA dive below them.

SNUBA Doo participants breathe through a standard 2nd stage regulator with a child-sized mouthpiece. A 10-foot air line runs from a compressed air cylinder on the SNUBA Raft* to a connection on the back of the SNUBA Doo vest, hindering the child from touching, accidentally disconnecting, or removing any part of the equipment. The air line also keeps the child within a distance of 10-feet or less from the SNUBA Raft.

4 x 4 Jeep to Latille Waterfalls (4 hour tour)
Depart from your hotel for a drive to and through the city of Castries to Morne Fortune Viewpoint for a spectacular view of the Castries Harbour and Northern landscape. Continue on for a drive along the Island’s East coast bypassing small communities and villages. Hidden on the East Coast of the Island and tucked away towards the interior of the Island where the rain forest begins is Latille Waterfall & Gardens. On arrival at Latille Waterfall & Gardens enjoy a stroll around the gardens where herbal and flower plants grow in harmony. There are a variety of fruit trees which you may be able to sample. This natural site attracts people from across the world and you will experience its serenity and swim in the natural pool under the waterfall. The natural trail leading to the waterfall is over earthen ground and steps where wooden sticks are provided for walking.

“Tout Bagay” – means a bit of everything and this is what you will enjoy as you embark on a scenic cruise along the coastline and capture the majestic beauty of the twin peaks – Petit and Gros Piton. Whilst ashore, a visit to an enchanting waterfall and gardens is in store as well as the drive-in volcano, then a typical working plantation and, not to be missed, is the cocoa dance. Sit back, relax and enjoy a sumptuous Creole lunch in this beautiful setting before heading back to the boat and time for swimming. Its fun and there is music on the way back so be prepared to learn a few of the Caribbean moves.

Hoofprint Horse Riding Ranch – Sugar Mill Village
Take pleasure in two delightful hours that allows the rider to truly relax and take in the sights and sounds of Roseau. You will ride past St. Lucia’s very own rum distillery catching a close-up view of the sugar cane plantation and Roseau Village. You will head down to the beach where we have the opportunity to swim in the Caribbean Sea with your horse.

Piton Hotwire Zipline
Experience the newest and most exciting zip line in St. Lucia. The all new Soufriere Hotwire features spectacular views of St. Lucia’s famous Pitons and the historical town of Soufriere.

An air-conditioned bus takes you on a guided tour through the capital, Castries, along the scenic west coast through the fishing villages of Anse La Raye and Canaries. On arrival in Soufriere, you will be taken to Morne Coubaril Estate for your hotwire ride and working plantation tour. After an exhilarating zip line experience, relax with a Creole lunch within the grounds of the original Plantation House. On your journey back to your hotel, enjoy great photo opportunities, including the Pitons, fishing villages and beautiful Marigot Bay.

Tree Top Canopy Adventure
The ultimate experience is in the pairing of Zip Line technology with the beautiful eco-system created by our island. The Rainforest Canopy Adventure is a rocket ride 30 to 50 feet off the ground on 550 foot runs of cable suspended between platforms in the tree tops. This is designed to deliver a thrill, safely!

Dolphin & Whale Watching
Come on board and cruise along the Island rugged west coast and experience the magical splendor of our unique Dolphin and Whale Watching tour. Dolphins, Pilot and Sperm Whales are in for the sighting – but not always! Remember to bring along your cameras!!!

Deep Sea Fishing
Sport fishing at its best with Captain Mike’s friendly crew. Tour suitable not only for the experience angler but also the beginner and whether the fish bite or not – its enjoyment all round.

Gros Piton Hike
Set off on your adventure by cruising along the west coast in a pirogue emerging on to the beach at Anse L’Vrogne then embarking on nature trail on your quest to conquer Gros Piton! The breathtaking views are worth every minute of the demanding hike! Enjoy a delicious creole lunch in the quant village of Fond Jen Libre at the end.

Rain Forest Aerial Tram / Tranopy
The Rain Forest Aerial Tram ride is the ultimate nature experience combined with a ground based network of trails as well as breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea. Also enjoy the exhilarating ride on the Sky Canopy.

Golf at St. Lucia Golf & Country Club
Enjoy a challenge on this 18 holes 6,800 yard par 72 championship course as well and enjoy the memorable vistas. Enjoy some leisure time in the club house after the game. Transportation is provided to and from the Golf Club.

Lucian Style Segway
Come “glide” the island side. Experience the new fun, safe and environmentally friendly Segway X2, LucianStyle! Glide scenic nature trails up beautiful Mount Pimard and enjoy breath taking views of St. Lucia’s dramatic West Coast. First it’s lessons and practice time on the “Segway Practice Track” and then it’s a long gentle glide up an extensive groomed trail system while informative guides talk about everything from the beautiful flowers and butterflies to the battles between the English and French for our fair Helen of the West.

ATV Paradise Rainforest Adventure
An ATV Paradise tour offers visitors a personalised service in a relaxing atmosphere and caters to the needs of persons who want to get away for a short period to enjoy a different and exciting activity. Designed both for individuals and couples who are first time travellers and experienced travellers who would like to participate in a truly Eco inspired outdoor environment. ATV over rivers and take in the breath taking views of the Island’s Rainforest. Enjoy fresh fruit grown and harvested on the estate. Touch and smell a selection of local herbs. Stop for a short dip on one of the estate’s rivers. Age 18 to be a driver and 10 years to be a passenger. Maximum weight per ATV 350 LBS / 160 KG.

Helicopter Sightseeing
Experience a birds-eye view of St. Lucia and the stunning Pitons. Take a short journey to the St. Lucia Helicopter’s helipad at Vigie. Your helicopter will take you over Castries Harbour and along the beautiful west shoreline of St. Lucia, following down to circle over picturesque Marigot Bay where the famous movie, Doctor Doolittle was filmed. You will then continue south to Soufriere where the Majestic Pitons rise directly from the sea to the sky. Your return flight will head inland for a view of St. Lucia’s volcanic hot springs and tropical rainforest.

Bird Watching : JACQUOT TRAIL
Named St. Lucia’s proud symbol the Jacquot or Amazona Versicolor Parrot, the Jacquot Trail immerses hikers in the wonder of the Island’s best asset – NATURE. The hike affords wonderful opportunities to learn about St. Lucia’s flora and fauna as an experienced Nature Interpreter guides you across ravines and creeks deeper into the mature forest.

Experience true Creole traditions and practices that are still enjoyed today. See the preparation of Farine and Cassava bread in the ancient Amerindian manner and watch the traditional method of cooking food on Macambou leaves. From log sawing to the hypnotizing rhythms of the Shak Shak you will feel fully inducted into the rich cultural traditions of the island. You might even be able to learn a few words of Patois, the language of Creole heavily laced with French, African and English grammar as well as a few folk dances.

Drive through Castries where various points of interest will highlighted then it is a winding drive up The Morne for a panoramic view of the city, the harbor and even as far as the island of Martinique! You will continue up to the Morne Complex to view the Inniskilling Monument which was erected in honor of the 27th Inniskilling Regiment who captured the Morne from the French for the British in 1796. This area is also home to one of our highest Educational institutions, the OECS Secretariat and also the main Television station on island. A short drive away is Caribelle Batik where is short stop is made to see the artist creating her work of art by using hot wax and then you have the opportunity of shopping around for that special item for a special someone – YOU! Leaving all this behind your journey continues along the secondary roads along the hills on the outskirt of the city, taking you through small communities and scenic views highlighting the Atlantic and Caribbean coasts.

More things to do in St Lucia…

Take in the spectacular view overlooking the Marquis Estate – which was once the largest banana plantation on the island. Your drive continues through other communities and once in Monchy the wonderful view of Rodney Bay and Pigeon Island comes alive before descending the hill to the private home of the Sony’s – Stony Hill. This property offers a well-manicured lawn edged by a tropical garden and a breathtaking view of the Rodney Bay area. Tasty local snacks await you along with cool refreshing local fruit juices where you can relax under the mango tree close to the pool deck or simply stroll through the gardens.

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.
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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