One of the most beautiful parks in the Caribbean. The ruins of the old Fort lead to a magnificent path to the bay. Waves crashing, spray flying and a sailboats on the horizon.
About Pigeon Island National Park
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Pigeon Island National Park is a heritage site in the north of St. Lucia. There is an entrance fee which, no doubt, goes to the maintenance of this beautiful and intriguing piece of Lucian history. Once in side the gate there is a view of...More
We booked an excursion to this island by catamaran during our cruise ship in Caribbean Islands. It's a nice place to visit, where you can find nice an quiet beaches with beautiful golden sand. It's not necessarily a must see place, but visit the place...More
This is the island where the French pirate, Jambe de Bois (or peg leg) hung out. The hike up to the top of the hills offers a spectacular view of the oceans. A white sand beach offers warm water swimming and snorkeling. A fruit boat...More
This was a fun little park with remains of a British fort and nice quiet beaches. We enjoyed strolling up the hills to gain views of the bay. Worth a look if you are in the area
Very interesting well kept National Park. Lots of information boards telling the history of the area and the various buildings. A worthwhile walk up to the fort to see the canons, amazing views. Didn't quite make it to the top of Signal Point! Two lovely...More
Well organized, good food at the restaurant and nice staff. We took a boat from Bay gardens hotel and that was perfect. Bring your own water!
Pigeon Island is right next to the resort we stayed at, Sandals Grand St. Lucian. The walk up to the fort is long, but worth it once you see the awesome views from there.