Hello all on the forum!
Tx so much for the great tips!
Got a question for you: we will be staying for 2 weeks at end of March in St Lucia. My husband, my 20 month old daughter and myself. We have a child carrier (the big backpack type carrier) for our little lady and we are used to long walks. We have done jungle walks and peak walks in Costa Rica-Grenada and Tobago, but this is the first time with little daughter.
What kind of walks do you think we can do? Are the Pitons OK? I really would like to try them both, but not sure if the hike is too steep while carrying a child.
Anything else? It could be a full day or half day walk.
Any suggestion much appreciated.
Ah, what about the guide thing?...I see that one some sites you clearly need a guide (which?), but not in others.
We would like to avoid the pacakged tours where htey throw you on a coach, drive you there then offer you lunch. We are really after an experienced guide who tells us about the island.
And if there are any nice walks without the guide, please share them: for these ones we could take it easier and do frequent stops to let little daughter rest :-)