Stand-Up Paddleboarding in St. Lucia

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Stand-Up Paddleboarding in St. Lucia

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  • Jamie S
    Mamou, LA346 contributions
    Stayed at Ti Kaye Resort above the beach. Contacted Island Divers and was able to schedule multiple dives with short notice and there wasn’t any issues. Dive masters were great and knowledgeable of area and dive sites. Did shore dives and boat dives. Would definitely dive with again.
    Written 23 March 2022
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  • Nini W
    Lewiston, ID2 contributions
    We rode the "Just Tango" catamaran to Soufriere and took a tour from there to the volcano, mud baths, Diamond falls. It was outstanding! The crew were wonderful...explains everything along the way and took wonderful care of us! Really the most fun my husband and i have had in a long time!
    Written 17 May 2022
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  • den_b7
    Springfield, MA84 contributions
    This excursion was booked through Carnival Cruise Line.
    We were picked up at the dock at St. Lucia and transported to the beach in a comfortable van. The kayaks and equipment were ready and waiting on the beach. A photographer started taking pictures upon our arrival. With sunscreen applied (it's advisable - bring your own) life vests were donned and the kayaks launched. The paddling was easy. A short loop around the end of the beach before heading to across the bay to Pigeon Island (not really an island). The photographer circled constantly, taking photos all the time. He told us that all the photos would be available for free download from the "Adventure Tours" Facebook page. That was the first pleasant bonus that we hadn't expected. Another tour offered similar photo (prints) for $30 each!
    Our guide would stop occasionally to allow people to rest and/or catch up. He'd give us some history of the area while waiting. Upon arrival at the beach, a table with cold drinks, fresh fruit and snacks was made available. That was a second pleasant bonus that we hadn't expected. Rest rooms were available as well as outdoor showers to rinse sand or salt off of shoes or skin.
    The adventurous members of the group headed up the path to get to the top of the island where a colonial era gun placement once stood. The hike was easy until the very end where it became extremely steep. The final few feet was up a flight of stairs that more closely resembled a ladder. There is a commanding view (and a nice breeze) at the top which made the hike was worthwhile.
    After exploring an old powder magazine and taking photos of the surrounding area, we descended back to the beach area below and enjoyed more fruit and snacks. Souvenirs were available for purchase as well, but they weren't pushy about selling stuff to us tourists.
    A short walk brought us to another comfy van to bring us back to the pier. As on most island tours, we were dropped off outside the shops and had to walk through them to get back to the ship.
    All-in-all, it was an enjoyable adventure and I would recommend it. I would not advise anyone who is not physically fit, to join the hike to the top of the fort, as it was rather demanding near the top.
    Written 3 March 2017
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