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All reviews gros piton halfway point tough climb half way tree roots walking stick twin peaks world heritage site sense of accomplishment strenuous hike second half rock climbing coming down bring lots of water decent shape two hours tet paul
We went on a cruise excursion via catamaran to snorkel at the small marine reserve between the Pitons. It was great. We had a small group - about 15 people. We used our own snorkel gear. The water was shallow so the reef and fish...More
St. Lucia is a beautiful island with many sights and activities for the curious. One of those sights are the breathtaking Pitons; two tree carpeted peaks right on the waters edge offering a sight and pictures like nothing you have seen elsewhere in the Caribbean....More
I didn't climb them, but I sure enjoyed looking at them!
The Pitons can be admired from land sea or air! Personally I recommend at them from the water. If you can get on a boat, check it out. It's a selfie pic you won't...More
I just have to say in addition to the zipline being pretty amazing in itself my 2 guides Silas and Omiah were AMAZING...! My group laughed all the way through. They were engaging, informative and exceptionally gifted at what they do. Obviously they love their...More
St. Lucia was one of our stops on a cruise. Spent the day on the very curvy road touring the island. Many gorgeous things to see. The Pitons was by far the best of the day. It was truly amazing. If you are ever in...More
Magnificent views of the famous Pitons. The best views are at some of the viewpoints coming into La Soufriere although there are often traders here trying to sell stuff, but they are safe and friendly.
A guide is required, although you do not have to book your trip through a property or company. If you handle it yourself, I believe the rate for the hike is a few dollars cheaper. The area is a United Nations World Heritage... More
A guide is required, although you do not have to book your trip through a property or company. If you handle it yourself, I believe the rate for the hike is a few dollars cheaper. The area is a United Nations World Heritage site so I think guides are required for preservation and safety purposes as well.