There’s no wrong way to experience Saint Lucia, whether you take to the skies on a scenic helicopter tour or head out to sea for whale and dolphin watching. There’s so much to do on this amazing island that you could never get bored. But if you are looking for something different, try these exciting new tours that are available to visitors of this enticing island.
The only craft brewery in the region has been open for just over a year and offers guests the perfect pit stop to refresh with an ice cold beer, some brilliant food and a few good tunes. Take a personal tour and learn about the art of creating beer with a few cheeky samples in the brewery’s taproom. The brewery produces three main styles of ale which are Golden Wheat, Pale Ale and Stout and also experiment in barrel aging and infusing island fruits. Beers on tap that you must try are their delicious Passionfruit Wheat, the hoppy and balanced Pale Ale, Caribbean Champ Golden Ale and Chocolate Stout. The brewery have released a very special seasonal ale to join their speciality series, the bold Bois Bande Aphrodisiac Stout which is stout, barrel aged with Bois Bande, cacao and cinnamon. Delicious.
Dive Saint Lucia
Dive Saint Lucia, is one of the premier scuba diving centres in the Eastern Caribbean featuring state of the art facilities at the complex just south of the Rodney Bay Marina. If you are a beginner diver or more experienced Dive Saint Lucia can cater for you, with state of the art classroom facilities and knowledge of the best diving areas. With the brilliant staff, its own pool facility and high-tech boats and equipment second to none, for diving in Saint Lucia you can’t find a better team.
Experience the essence and flavours of Saint Lucia in the new Greenwood Terrace tour, guests can stroll through sloping grounds bursting with fruit trees, flowers and tropical plants, getting a real taste of the Saint Lucia flora and fauna. You will have the chance to taste unusual fruits and smell the scents of exotic flowers. There is even a medical herb garden where you can discover the ingredients and scents used long ago by the island’s original inhabitants, the Antillean Arawak, in medicine and cuisine. Stroll around the wonderful gardens, taste fruits, rum and island delicacies, and learn which traditions have survived over time.
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