(758) 484-6462

This wonderful experience will be the highlight of your holiday!
We offer a small group half day boat excursion which starts at 9 A.M and returns at 2:30 P.M. Passengers from visiting cruise ships docked at Castries, or guest staying at hotels on the island, can book this half day excursion which takes in the delights of the western and southern coast of the island. This adventure takes you along the coastline to Marigot Bay – the most beautiful bay in the Caribbean and home of the famous Dr. Doolittle. From
there you’ll go pass Anse La Raye – popularly known for its Friday night fish fry, the tranquil Canaries then unto Soufriere and the majestic Pitons, St. Lucia’s most famous landmark. At Soufriere you’ll also go pass the beautiful Jade Mountains Hotel, where The Bachelor finals were filmed.
In Soufriere you’ll get to visit the Volcano, now dormant it is the world's only drive-in volcano. A tour of its bubbly, steamy sulphur springs offers a direct and fascinating lesson in the violent geology of the Caribbean Rim. For a uniquely sensual element, try the mud bath, which consists of smearing the fine gray mud on your skin. After the mud bath, you’ll visit the Botanical Gardens and the warm Mineral Waterfalls described as the fountain of youth.

Later, lunch is served at the award winning Auntie’s Martha’s Table, where you’ll have the opportunity to savor our authentic creole cuisine. After lunch you’ll have the opportunity to pick up souvenirs and do a bit of shopping in the Soufriere city.

Next up is an hour of snorkeling at the marine reserve located between the two pitons and ideally in the pristine waters at the world famous Jalousie Plantation Resort, visibility is 20 – 40 ft. You’ll observe various tropical fish, dramatic coral and other exotic and delightful sea-life.

Please call us at (758) 484-6462
or email us at info@exodusboattours.com

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