panoramic views, unsurpassed in the Caribbean. Rich fertile
multi-rivered valleys thickly planted with bananas, nutmegs, cocoa,
coconuts, breadfruit and root crops such as eddoes, tannias and
FORT CHARLOTTE, BOTANICAL GARDENS,
MESOPOTAMIA 3 hours
Starting from the city, tour to Fort Charlotte, Botanical
Gardens and the Mesopotamia Valley.
Return by the coastal road.
This tour includes: transportation, guide on tour, and more especially at the Botanical gardens, history of St. Vincent, Fort Charlotte, Mesopotamia Valley and Banana Production, economy and technique of production.
Drinks on board.
MONTREAL GARDENS, MESOPOTAMIA VALLEY,
SOUTH - EAST COAST 3 hours
Overlooking the Mesopotamia Valley, Montreal Gardens is a
real gem: 7 acres of flowers, plants and trees gently grown for the pleasure of your eyes.
The new owner is a well known European landscaper, Timothy Vaughan, who is now dedicating himself to it and makes it as one of the most beautiful gardens in the Caribbean.
This tour includes: transportation, guide and drinks in the
garden under a canopy.
Stops are also made along the trip at places of interest.
Special guidance in the garden and on banana production.
RAIN FOREST AND PARROT RESERVE 3 hours
We start from Kingstown (the capital) and head for the
Vermont Forest on the Leeward highway, passing Campden Park, the industrial estate and the beautiful Buccament Valley.
There are two trails through the forest, for a walk of respectively 40 mins and 1 hr: 15 mins.
This walk is done under the guidance of our trained guides constitutes a good and captivating introduction to the rain forest and wildlife.
Bird lovers will also enjoy the flight of Amazona Guildinguii the parrot and the warbling of Catharopesa Bishop.
Our special Sailor’s Wilderness Tours class notes on
eco-system and rain forest, and refreshments are available.
BICYCLE TOUR 3 hours
Tour of Kingstown, Botanical Gardens, Prospect, Diamond Estate - Tour old estate dirt road at Diamond, return to your hotel.
A special Sailor’s tour for athletic visitors.
We provide: guide, mountain bikes, drinks and support vehicles.
Hike to the La Soufriere Volcano. Experience the double treat of
a tropical rain forest and challenging mountain ridges. See donkeys,
mongooses, agoutis, St Vincent parrots, and more in their natural
HIKE TO LA SOUFRIERE VOLCANO 6 - 7 hours
Depart from the city by tour bus in the direction of Bamboo Range,Georgetown, lasting approximately 1 hr 15 mins. 2.5 mile hike to the mountain peak, starting at 900 feet above sea level to reach 4000 feet.
A wonderful rain forest, bamboo, lush trees and challenging mountain ridges are on our program: one of the most interesting nature trails in St. Vincent.
The hike return lasts for 3 hrs to 3-1/2 hrs in general. But, as every one says, “it’s worth the pain”.
St. Vincent’s Volcano has indeed one of the most perfect craters of all volcanoes.
A lunch at Ferdie’s Restaurant - Georgetown on our way back is always well appreciated, and more especially because we do get a ‘special dish” made of a variety of our local products.
Guide, drinks and water bottle with spring water are provided, as well as hiking sticks.
WEST COAST UNTIL... CHATEAUBELAIR 6 hours
Starting from Kingstown at 10 am, we head towards the North on the Leeward Highway.
On our program: Stop at Fort Charlotte then to Walliabou Site where Pirates of the Caribbean was Filmed.
Dark View Waterfall.
Lunch is taken at the Beachfront Restaurant in Chateaubelair.
Visit to Fort Charlotte on our way back, before arrival in Kingstown.
Guide, drinks and lunch are included.
SCENIC EAST COAST TOUR TO SANDY BAY (THE CARIB COMMUNITY) 6.5 hours
Tour around the capital Kingstown to Fort Charlotte, Mesopotamia Valley, Greggs, Lowmans Windward, Georgetown, Rabbacca Dry River, Orange Hill and Sandy Bay.
Visit the Chinese Bamboo Craft Center at Orange Hill.
Lunch at Ferdie’s Restaurant for lunch.
Return to Kingstown via Windward coast.
Guides, drinks and lunch included.
TOUR IN BEQUIA (from St. Vincent on the 8 am ferry to Bequia) 10.5 hours
Then, 2-hour tour in the island towards Industry Bay, visit of the Turtle Sanctuary.
We then head for Mt. Pleasant and in direction of the south.
Dark View Waterfall.
Lunch is taken in one of the restaurants of Bequia and the afternoon is free, either to enjoy the beaches or to saunter Port Elizabeth.
The boat returns at 5:30 pm from Bequia to reach Kingstown one hour later.