Two things to do in St Lucia on your Holiday

Whale Watching and Dolphin Spotting

 

Spot dolphins and whales in St. Lucia’s beautiful turquoise waters! Learn about St. Lucia’s magnificent marine mammals check out some of St. Lucia’s North Island coastline on the St. Lucia Whale Watching and Dolphin Spotting Tour one tour you will never forget and a great way to see the coast from a different angle!

If you want to go whale watching in St. Lucia, cut across the tranquil turquoise blue of the Caribbean as your whale and dolphin spotting tour leaves from the North Island. As you cruise the beautiful calm of St. Lucia’s waters, your captain will direct you to the best spots for viewing a host of whales and dolphins. 

 

See sperm whales, pilot whales, spinner dolphins, bottlenose dolphins and much much more! This St. Lucia whale watching excursion makes for a highly memorable day – be sure to bring your sunscreen and your camera as it can be really hot on the sea and you wont want to forget those moments later on!

 

Rainforest Walk

 

An excursion for nature lovers. St. Lucia possesses a topography and ecology of stunning beauty, matched by no other location in the Caribbean and something you will never forget. Take a short walk along a forest trail to the heart of the lush green forest to experience the tropical flora and fauna up close and with beuty.

A short scenic drive to the lush green forest allows you to enjoy the warmth and quaintness that sums up St. Lucia. Be sure to get your self a good guide so you can get the most out of your trip. You’ll explore massive gommier trees and blue mahaut trees, various species of lichen as they intricately wind their way up large tree trunks, wild anthurim lilies, wild nutmeg and the seemingly endless species of flora and fauna.

 

Savor the privilege of sharing a habitat with endemic birds like the Mangrove Cuckoo and the Black Finch as you stroll through their enchanting and natural sanctuary. There is the chance of seeing or hearing the cry of the…

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