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HOT SPRINGS MUD BATHYOU'RE THE CANVAS MUD IS THE PAINTHAVE FUN LET LOOSESNORKEL GEAR PROVIDEDPIGEON ISLAND
Ready for some hiking? Join us for breathtaking views from the fort, which overlooks Gros Islet and Rodney Bay. Learn some of the islands history as we make our way to the top. After our descent enjoy some local cuisine. Pigeon Island makes up a 40-acre islet in Gros Islet. The island was tethered to the mainland in 1972 by a man-made causeway built from rock excavated to form the Rodney Bay Marina. There are two historic forts on the islet, an 18th-century British fort and Fort Rodney; both of which the British used to spy on French Ships sailing from nearby Martinique. It became a national park in 1979, and in 1992 the Saint Lucia National Trust named it a national landmark.
Marigot Bay, located just south of the capital, Castries, is the perfect location for exploring the beautiful island of St Lucia, the “Helen of the West Indies”. Described by American Novelist, James A. Michener, as “the Most Beautiful Bay in The Caribbean” – Marigot is itself an oasis of calm - with a wide range of sophisticated accommodation, bars, restaurants and both water and land-based vacation activities.
The Castries Market and Vendor's Arcade is the largest open-air market in Castries, Saint Lucia. It is located in the middle of the capital and has over 300 regular vendors and a hundred or more local sellers on market days.
The town of Soufrière lies on the West Coast of Saint Lucia. Soufrière is well known for the Piton Mountains and the Sulphur Springs, the world's only drive in volcano. Gros Piton rises to 2619ft, while Petit Piton rises shorter at 2461ft. The hot springs contain mud said to cure an achy soul.
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CASTRIES, ST. LUCIA