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St Lucia Adrenaline Rush Tour

St Lucia Adrenaline Rush Tour Packages
Country: Saint Lucia
City: Soufriere
Duration: 3 Day(s) - 2 Night(s)
Tour Category: Adventure Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Satisfy your island adrenaline cravings with 3 days of ATV Riding, Ziplining, and Buggie Driving. Located in different venues on the island with lots to see as you cross the hidden and off the beaten paths on the island. Rivers, Back Roads, and Rainforests; enjoy the adventure and tropical sites these activities have to offer.

Day 1: ATV Tour (River Doree)

Lunch at Piaye Beach -Kalime Restaurant and Bar

Day 2: Zipline and Tramp Ride

Zipline and Tramp Ride at Treetop Adventure Park in Dennery

Lunch at Dennery Look Out Point

Day 3: Island Buggies Tour

Island Buggies Tour Soufriere.

Explore More About Soufriere:

The original capital of Saint Lucia, Soufrière is one of the island’s most memorable spots. It sits on the west coast overlooked by the dramatic Pitons, two towering, UNESCO-protected volcanic plugs, and is surrounded by sandy beaches. French colonialists first established the town and they were followed by the British, and reminders of both nations survive despite the town being rebuilt on several occasions after earthquake, fire, and hurricane damage.

Soufrière sits in the Qualibou Depression, the caldera of a dormant volcano and you’ll find hot springs and geothermal fields, as well as botanical gardens, waterfalls, and challenging hiking in the area.

Brightly painted wooden cottages stand next to grand, colonial-era buildings with colonnaded balconies, small shops, and tin shacks along the streets of characterful Soufrière. There’s a laid-back charm to the jumble of buildings and a bustling waterfront with plenty of boats bobbing in the bay.

Some visitors come just for the day, or take a boat trip down the coast and see the town from afar, but to do so would be a mistake as Soufrière and its surroundings have so much to offer.

Dominating the landscape south of Soufrière are the Pitons, two giant, conical volcanic spires that rise abruptly from the sea. Protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and draped in a lush forest, the pinnacles are the island’s most renowned landmarks and offer great hiking and climbing opportunities with sweeping views from the summits that take in Dominica, Martinique, Barbados, and Saint Vincent.

Around the peaks, coral reefs play host to a vast array of marine life and the diving and snorkeling here are impressive.

You’ll find more geothermal activity at Sulphur Springs, just south of the town, where hot springs, belching mud pots, and fumaroles give the landscape an otherworldly quality. Geothermally heated water in the river has been harnessed to create a public pool for lounging in the warm, mineral-rich water, while the mud can be used to make face and body masks.

If you just want to laze on the beach, however, there are plenty of tempting options. The most renowned is Sugar Beach, a stretch of (imported) white sand that sits between the Pitons and offers dramatic views of the peaks.

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