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Let Her Inspire You

Plan Your Sustainability

Let Her Inspire You

Sustainable Tourism Experiences


A taster of environmentally and socially responsible tours that enable you to step into our local communities.

Visit the Farmhers’ market in Castries

Saint Lucia is the only country in the world named after a woman so it’s fitting that the organisation Helen’s Daughters is flourishing with its aim to get more women, or ‘FarmHers’ as they are called, into agriculture. A monthly FarmHers market takes place in Castries by the cruise port where you can buy home-grown goodies, jams, pepper sauces, handmade soaps and the locally produced super-food ingredient, seamoss gels. All made from the hands of a FarmHer.

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Make your own chocolate with Hotel Chocolat

At Rabot Hotel from Hotel Chocolat, the world-renowned chocolatier has been supporting the revival of cacao farming in Saint Lucia since 2002. Along with a boutique hotel and superb restaurant is a brilliant experience called Project Chocolat. Here you can walk around the cocoa farm, see first-hand how cocoa is grown and harvested and create your own chocolate with the Bean-to-Bar Experiences.

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Dive to the coral nurseries in Anse Chastanet Beach  

Divers and snorkellers can enjoy the stunning marine life and also help to preserve the corals. Scuba St. Lucia, the dive centre run by Jade Mountain, has partnered up with REEF Rescue Network and Perry Institute for Marine Science to launch two coral nurseries situated right in front of Jade Mountain Resort that can be easily accessible from shore to snorkelers and divers that wish to visit the nurseries on daily basis. Divers have the opportunity to participate in coral planting, maintenance and even out-planting the corals on the reef.

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Go Bird Spotting

Located in the heart of Saint Lucia, is the Millet Bird Sanctuary Trail; a haven of bird life. Over thirty species of birds can be found there, including five endemic species: the Saint Lucia Parrot, Saint Lucia Black Finch, Saint Lucia Oriole, Saint Lucia Pewee and Saint Lucia Warbler. This trail provides a breath-taking view of the Roseau Dam, the largest in the Eastern Caribbean. Just 15 minutes from Marigot Bay by car and 45 minutes from Castries.

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Explore Pigeon Island National Park 

Spend an afternoon exploring Pigeon Island, managed by the Saint Lucian National Trust. It’s a national park featuring secluded beaches, old British military barracks, ruins of gun batteries, a hilltop fort, and superb views of Castries. Such is the beauty of Pigeon Island, many visitors come just to picnic on the tended lawns and idyllic beaches or eat and drink at the local beachside restaurants.

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Climb a Piton

The ultimate physical challenge on Saint Lucia is scaling one of the iconic mountains, Gros Piton. It’s a four-hour climb up and down with a local guide. Be prepared to do some scrambling on the steeper second half of the ascent. The views at the top across the entire island are well worth the effort. The area is protected so you must take the trail with a guide.

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Discover Lushan Country Life 

Experience the country life and learn about the island’s rainforests, flora and fauna in the Country Life Park. Walk through the rainforest with a local guide to view some of the island’s native birds. Find out how to break open a coconut, sample some jungle fruits and hear about the healing powers of the plants and herbs found in the tropical forest.

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Dip into the Volcanic Mud

At the Sulphur Springs near Soufriere, you are in the middle of a dormant volcano – but don’t worry, the last recorded eruption was long ago in 1766. The steaming pools and bubbling mud you see lie on the weak spot of the crust of the collapsed crater. You can learn more about the intriguing geology in an interpretation centre and bathe in mineral-rich pools. The hot springs and volcanic mud have therapeutic properties and are regularly enjoyed by locals and visitors alike.

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Stroll around a Botanical Garden

In the lovingly maintained Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens in Soufriere, you can follow paths around the well-labelled gardens, take in an impressive waterfall, and wallow in historic spring-fed baths. Over on the east coast at Mamiku Gardens, scented paths and woodland trails meander through 12 acres of landscaped grounds.

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Zip-line above the Rainforest  

Zoom over the Morne Coubaril Estate, near Soufriere. It’s one of three places on the island where, safely harnessed to cables, you can whizz between platforms set high up in trees. Well-trained instructors guide you through the process. You can also go zip-lining near Babonneau with Rain Forest Adventures and at Treetop Adventure Park near Dennery.

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Bike through the Forest 

Eight miles of bike trails, some suitable for novices, others extremely challenging, have been created through the coconut groves, citrus fruit orchards and 18th-Century ruins of the Anse Mamin Plantation near Soufriere. State-of the-art suspension mountain bikes are provided, and after your exertions you can cool off in the sea at the idyllic Anse Mamin Beach.

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Jus Sail

Sail along the island’s coastline aboard Good Expectation, a beautifully restored Carriacou Sloop. For over 150 years, hand-built wooden sailing vessels like the Good Expectation traded spices and rum across the West Indies. Once a regular sight between the islands, visitors can now relive the nostalgic adventure of this bygone era. Jus Sail also runs a youth training programme in the off-season for Saint Lucians to help them gain maritime employment.

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