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A historical site referred to as our national park. On entering the park you have the beach, restaurant, old ruins, and a trail to the top of one of the mountains, where you find Fort Rodney. There you can get a panoramic view of the northern part of the island. A great place known for hosting our music festivals and also for relaxation.


One gets a general idea of the north, You get to see the most developed and exclusive part of the island, after visiting Cap Estate and Rodney Bay, where you have the most hotels in St.Lucia. The view of Rodney bay marina, Daren Sammy cricket ground, which was used for a semi final game for Cricket World Cup 2007, the town of Gros-Islet famously known for its street party, Pigeon Island and one of our golf courses. You can extend your tour to Castries, as far as Marigot Bay with places of interest such as view of the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, Derek Walcott Square, Morne Fortune.


A guided tour, to the rugged coast line of our atlantic side of the island. Normally about 5-7 hours. You get to see the city of Castries, Morne Fortune, part of the rain forest, A great view of Fond D'or Bay- an early amerindian settlement and scenic bay with high sculpted cliffs. Two fishing villages, Mamiku Gardens- a 17th century estate with 12 acres of botanical species, ruins, artifact displays, medicinal herb gardens and banana plantation. Last stop, is in Vieux Fort, the home of our International Airport, Maria Islands and Moule-la-Chique peninsula with the world's second tallest lighthouse above sea level, with a spectacular view of the south end of the island. Complementary refreshments are served. Also, you have the option of having lunch.