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Outdoor Sports

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St. Lucia: 2-Hour Mount Pimard Hike

1. St. Lucia: 2-Hour Mount Pimard Hike

Explore a private nature reserve on the island of Saint Lucia. Follow its nature trails and hike up Mount Pimard for wonderful panoramic views of Rodney Bay and the surrounding islands. Your blood will get pumping as your hiking guides lead you through lush trails to Mount Pimard's summit. With the sea in the backdrop, learn about the fascinating history of Saint Lucia and the immediate area, as you climb the mountain. Reach the top and enjoy views of the famed Pitons at the end of the island. Be sure to bring your camera to capture stunning shots of the most beautiful view available in the north of the island.

Gros Piton Mountain Climb St. Lucia

2. Gros Piton Mountain Climb St. Lucia

A captivating one hour drive through picturesque fishing villages, along the scenic countryside takes you to the base of Gros Piton, a part of the island’s UNESCO World Heritage Site. This mountain rises majestically out of the Caribbean Sea ever reaching to the heavens above. You will now begin an adventure of a lifetime as you seek to conquer the Mountain by reaching the summit of a Wonder of the World. As you ascend, you will enjoy panoramic vistas from every angle. The unique flora & fauna provides a fascinating study as many species are endemic to the island. The bird-life is abundant and the mountain is replete with "Brigand" Camps, that form a part of the folklore and history of this incredible island. The View from the summit offers an unparalleled vista of St.Lucia and other nearby Caribbean islands on a clear day. You then descend to the base of the mountain with uplifted spirits before rejoining the bus which will take you back to the hotel.

St. Lucia: Zip, Sip, and Dip Tour

3. St. Lucia: Zip, Sip, and Dip Tour

Don't just see Saint Lucia - taste and experience the island with a tour that has a little bit of everything. Begin the day by exploring the rainforest from way up high by zipline through some of the tallest and longest lines on the island. Enjoy viewing the flora and fauna of this tropical paradise. Afterwards, drive through quaint communities where you can get a better view of true island living. Next, stop and take a dip at the beautiful Labas Beach in Marigot Bay, which is only accessible by a water ferry. Finally, head to the St. Lucia Distillers, which is home to many local rums and spirits. Relax and enjoy the rum buffet before visiting the "Rum Shop," where you will have the opportunity to buy some of what you just sampled.

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What people are saying about Castries Quarter

John is just great, the tour was perfect! I recommend the tour!

We had a private tour for two which was great as John just showed us everything we wanted to see and know. He stopped at a banana plantation, we were "bird watching" in the rainforest, we tried & bought homemade "St. Lucia Coconut Cream Liquer" and "St. Lucia Banana Cream Liqueur", he stopped for us above Marigot Bay and bought us a coconut to drink and eat. It was a pleasure. John is very open-minded and would have loved to show us more of the island! The tour is better recommended from "Castries", since the journey from Soufrière is over 1 hour (road is very winding). However, if you don't have the hotel in Castries, pick-up there is ok. I would do it again and again! John was great, helpful and friendly. He showed us a banana plantation, the rainforest and bird watching, he bought us near the Marigot Bay one coconut to taste, it was wonderful. I really recommend the tour! Thanks

a well-organised and every enjoyable trip

The organisation of the trip was very efficient and all those concerned (the guide and driver on the mini-bus and the guides for the climb) were friendly and competent. The climb itself was strenuous (mainly because of the heat and humidity) - it was a little disappointing not to have a more extensive view at the top. The descent took longer than the ascent - perhaps because of the slipperiness of the rocks and tree-roots. We were taken for lunch to a restaurant above Soufriere with splendid views of the Pitons (I had expected nothing more than a packed lunch on the climb itself). Altogether a highly enjoyable day out and one I would strongly recommend.

John and his brother were the highlight of an already great trip!

Excellent all-around! John was a super guide, and he was very flexible, as we wanted to turn a half-day trip into a full-day excursion. The rainforest reserve was gorgeous, and the Tet Paul nature trail was equally breathtaking. I would HIGHLY recommend this tour.