HISTORICAL NORTH AND BEACH

  • Porto

    St. Lúcia

  • Nível de dificuldade

    Moderado,Moderado,Moderado,Moderado

  • Tipo:

    City Tour, Mar e Mergulho,Mar e Mergulho,Mar e Mergulho,Mar e Mergulho, Drink included

  • Preço

    Adultos

    EUR50.95

  • Horas de duração

    4.0

  • Código da excursão

    00RD

Descrição

St. Lucia's history, culture and plant life comes to the fore on this truly delightful excursion travel from the port through the heart of the city of Castries up a picturesque but winding road to Morne Fortune. The lush residential areas along the hilly terrain, creates the true ambience of the exotic tropics.
Stop One – Morne Fortune viewpoint – From this point you will capture the magnificence of the Castries harbour and even the coastline of Martinique on a clear day. Continuing on your journey the next stop will be at Caribelle Batik Studio.
Stop Two – Caribelle Batik – Home of the silky West Indian Sea Island Cotton, this four storey Victorian house (haunted according to folklore) stands formidably on the outskirts of Castries where the fascinating Batik process comes alive. Browse through the gift shop and take back home some typical items. Continue your tour through the Old Victoria Road, the breathtaking scenery –banana fields on one side and the unique landscape on the other will bring you to the heart of our rural life style as you drive through enchanting villages such as Ti- Rocher, Babonneau, Paix Bouche, Balata and many others. Stop Three – “Lushan Country Life” – It is refreshing and comforting to realize that there are still some unspoiled places that are blessed with such beauty. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the grounds seeing the variety of tropical fruit trees, shrubs, vines and flowering plants growing in perfect harmony. Listen to the variety of species of birds, get a chance to see butterflies and insects as you explore this natural estate. Refreshments are offered at the end of this delightful tour. Stop Four – Pigeon Island – Heading towards the northern section of the island, you arrive at Pigeon Island National Land Mark. This 40-acre island with its ruins of battles long ago, was a Carib settlement and pirate's hideout. Stroll through the well kept paths enjoying the tranquility of its surroundings. Great views of the Rodney Bay are not to be missed! Stop Five – Reduit Beach – It's then on to your final destination to enjoy some leisure time swimming in the blue waters of the Caribbean Sea at Reduit Beach or relaxing on the beach.


O que saber

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