What you will visit:
Morne Fortune, the “Hill of Good Luck”
A 17th-century strategic outpost that was a key battleground during the fight for St. Lucia’s colonization, this historic fortress sits on the edge of a hilltop, commanding spectacular views of Castries. From this vantage point, you can see north to Pigeon Island or south to the Pitons, and on a clear day, you may even spot Martinique.
La Tille Falls
Set in a rustic 10-acre natural garden in eastern St. Lucia, La Tille Falls is a plunging cascade surrounded by tropical greenery. Nature enthusiasts find solace in the peaceful atmosphere, the flower-filled gardens, swimming in the waterfall, and a walking path upstream to a 100-year-old dam and the ruins of a sugar mill.
What you will see along the way:
Continue up the Morne and down into the valley, passing by banana plantations and many small villages. Then, it’s time to leave civilization behind as you journey down rural roads and trails. Your guide will point out sites of interest and provide commentary on the island’s flora and fauna. You will stop for a spectacular view of Mt. Gimie, St. Lucia’s highest peak.
Depart ship/ Hotel, board 4×4 vehicles, drive through Castries to East Coast and Waterfall
Depart Waterfall for journey back to Hotel or Ship
This tour is not recommended for pregnant women or passengers suffering from back, leg or hip conditions or respiratory and heart conditions. There are approximately 100 to 145 steps leading down and up from the waterfalls. Walking sticks are provided. The minimum age required to participate is 5 years old. Maximum weight is 150 pounds. Wear a swimsuit under your clothes and bring a towel and adequate sun protection if you plan to swim at the falls. The water may be muddy after heavy rains. Jumping from the falls is not permitted.
12 & under reduced
Number of Steps/Walking Distance:
Travel time:01:30 Transport type:Four-wheel drive vehicle
Transport Capacity (Normal Use):14
Time at site:02:00 Inside Visit :Yes
Total number of steps:35