- Island Tour
- Price from:
- 90 USD /person
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
- Location Start:
- Location Finish:
- Start time:
- 09.00 am
- End time:
- 03.00 pm
- We Speak:
Last updated: 06/05/2009
If you're tired of being rushed and hauled around on these large tours where you have to do what everyone else does, and not what you want to do then this is the tour for you, a private island tour.
This Tour starts from your cruise ship dock or Resort. Starts with a drive through the historic city of Castries which still has a hint of french architecture with St. Lucia being seven time French and seven times British. We make a brief stop at the Dereck Walcott Square where you may visit The over 100 year old Cathedral which is the biggest church in the Caribbean. The interior is decorated by a mural by St. Lucian artist Dunstan St. Omer. From there we proceed to The Morne home of the Governor General of St. Lucia a spectacular birds eye view of Castries, The Harbor and of course your cruise ship. The tour continues from there with numerous stops along the way at marked viewing points. The drive takes you through our banana plantations and fishing villages before arriving in the town of Soufriere where we visit the volcano and waterfalls.
- Inclusions -
- Includes Beers, Water, Sodas and entrance fees at Volcano and Waterfall
- Extras -
- Please feel free to make special drink requests. Lunch can also be arranged at a nice creole restaurant in the town of Soufriere
Couldn't find what you're looking for? Check out more tours & excursions in Castries
- Sport Fish Safari - from 70 USD
- Private Sports Fishing - from 400 USD
- Whale Watch Safari - from 30 USD
- Day Trips - from 300 USD
- Partial Private Land and Sea - from 95 USD
Email the tour operator - Island Sightseeing
Important Notice : Avoiding Fraud
It's rare, but some helpful hints to watch out for with regards to fraud:
- It is important to NEVER wire funds or use/employ other fund transfer mechanisms such as western union: Always use a credit card to protect yourself against fraud. If owners pressure you into providing a deposit or refuse to accept credit cards, there is a high probability that this is a scam.
- If at all suspicious of fraud, ask to see their website, or any other literature they can provide or send to you. Ask them for contact details for guests who have previously stayed on their property insisting on telephone numbers. Be suspicious of emails that originate from free email services (yahoo, hotmail, gmail, etc)
- Research the property thoroughly on the internet to see if there is any history or mention of scams associated with the property.