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Pigeon Point and Castries Paradise Tour on Saint Lucia

3.5 / 5

2 reviews

Activity provider: Jitan Tours-Saint Lucia
Water activity

Pigeon Point and Castries Paradise Tour on Saint Lucia

Activity provider: Jitan Tours-Saint Lucia

From US$ 150 per person

Head off into the magnificent nature and history of St. Lucia on this tour to the majestic Pigeon Point National Park. Start with a drive through the classic colonial city of Castries before strolling and relaxing along Pigeon Point's pristine beaches.

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Duration 4 hours
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Live tour guide
Pickup included
Cruise ship terminal: Point Seraphine - main entrance gate after Diamond International or La Place Carenage - Tourist Information Center. Hotel lobby, or a private residence if you are staying at one.


  • See the most important sights of the Saint Lucia's main city, Castries
  • Climb the Hill of Good Luck for breathtaking views of the city
  • Visit the famous Eudovic Art Studio to see local artists create new masterpieces
  • Discover more about St. Lucia's export crop at a lush banana plantation
  • Explore the famous and picturesque Marigot Bay, and go shopping and sightseeing
Full description
Discover the beauty and colorful history of Saint Lucia on this tour of the island's highlights. Start with a 2-hour drive through Castries to view its historic buildings and monuments, like the 19th-century Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Derek Walcott Square, and the 400-year-old tree. Then head to Morne Fortune, the "Hill of Good Luck", for stunning views of the city and its harbor, along with more of its colonial buildings like the beautiful Governor House. From there, visit the Eudovic Art Studio, where you will see artists at work creating exquisite hand-made products. Next, sample the island's local ripe bananas, banana ketchup, banana wine, and even banana barbecue sauce with a stop at lush banana plantations. Marvel at the magnificent Marigot Bay where many famous movies were filmed like Dr. Do-little, Pirates of the Caribbean, and more. Then, continue on through the scenic cultural communities and the traditional fishing town of Gros Islet before heading to Pigeon Island National Park.   The last stop on your tour, Pigeon Island National Park was once an island but is now connected to the mainland of  St Lucia. Enjoy two hours of private beach time at two exclusive beaches, both ideal for snorkeling, with park guides on hand and plenty of fascinating historic landmarks to be found. This lovely spot also has hiking trails to the fort and summits, with spectacular views of Saint Lucia and neighboring island of Martinique.
  • Park entrance fees
  • Assorted local refreshments and drinks throughout the duration of tour
  • Tips and gratuities

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Important information

What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Sunglasses
  • Sun hat

Know before you go

  • Remember to bring a camera, beach towel, sunscreen, and binoculars for bird watching or sightseeing.
Customer reviews

Overall rating

3.5 /5

based on 2 reviews

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Netter Guide, gut organisiert, viele Sehenswürdigkeiten

Es war eine schöne Tour, wir haben viel von der Insel gesehen. Der Guide war nett, die Organisation gut.

April 12, 2019


Less to see and more to buy

Booked the tour for our cruise stop at St. Lucia. After asking some people at the terminal we met our driver. He told us some things about the Island, Castries and some of the attractions who weren't really attractive, but the information wasn't really interesting. Worst thing was that he drove us to several points (I guess 4) and on every point were people who wanted to sell some unnecessary stuff. We stopped at a viewpoint where people sold cheap jewelery, then at a woodwork studio where we felt like we had to buy something and at a road where a nice woman sold several local rums and sauces. St. Lucia wasn't a nice looking island and we were glad to be back on the ship after the tour that was about 2,5 hours long.

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April 19, 2018

Product ID: 38823