Choose from a list of local hiking spots (river/waterfall) and enjoy a local river lime cookout. Experience St. Lucia how locals enjoy it. All of these amazing tours are listed below. Choose your river and maybe add a meal to that.
This is an early morning 3 to 6-hour hike is a crisscross trail that takes you to some isolated trail, many interesting lookouts points some rocky coastlines and also has tome for a pre-hike swim. A few stops along the way would be:
● Minis Bay
● L’Anse Baison
● South defense point
● Lighthouse/Comms building
● North trail to Pointe Sable
Dou Dou Falls/ MC Domel
This hike can start between the early morning or midday. Visit the unspoiled nature of the Catin River in Augier then uphill to the Mc Domel community. The final leg takes us through another valley and upriver to the ice-cold Dou Dou falls. Some of the stops along the way would be:
● Catin River
● Mc Domel community
● Local / traditional cuisine
● 40’ waterfall
This is a much easier hike may that take up to an hour or a little more depending on what you want to do on your hike. A relatively easy trek into the “heights” for a refreshing bath. For an additional challenge, we can start
downstream and work our way up the river extending the hike by another 30 minutes. Some of the highlights of the hike would be :
● Catin River
● Plunge pools for bathing
● Cascading water
This starts off as a very easy hike through the farmland and green pastures. You will then work your way downhill into the Saltibus river. After a moderate hike upstream we get to the falls. For an additional challenge, we can explore the upper plunge pools located above the main waterfall (able-bodied and experienced hikers only).
● River hiking
● Cascading plunge pools
Fond Joyeux Waterfall
The scenic hike consists of valleys, farmland and 45 minutes of river stone parkour – Perfect for the average tropical adventure seeker. The reward: a lovely 35′ waterfall and refreshing splash in emerald waters.
● River hiking
● Pasture / farmland
● 35’ waterfall
This is a hike that gives you a little history of the island along with some great sightseeing. The Black Bay coastal region is packed with biodiversity, natural habitats, mangroves, coastal features, hills,
amerindian history, colonial history, and so much more. With trails crisscrossing the landscape, we can do a
simple hike down to the river, through the mangrove, to the coast, ending at Anse Noire or venture into the hills
all the way to Ti-Tou Laborie.
● Mangrove, river
● Amerindian relics
● Coastal features, beaches
● Hills/lookout points
A hike for beginners. We take a rugged 4×4 crawl to the edge of the forest reserve, then plunge into the
Woodland’s river for a 10-minute walk to the falls. Perfect opportunity to relax, bathe, cook, eat and sleep.
● Offroad drive
Are you and your partner an adventurous type. Do you love the outdoors? Then this is definitely a tour for you. Waterfall hunting, hiking the coastline at dawn, river relaxation,
yoga on a mountain, with a custom menu and personal chef? Pick any one of our destinations, any menu, anytime frame and we can work out an excursion to remember.
Transportation will be provided from the North of the island for free but there is a fee for anywhere else. Inquire for details.
Creole bread, saltfish, salad
Manish water served with choice of bay leaf, cinnamon, ginger teas
- Chicken pelau with salad
- Chicken backs and pigtail one pot
- Fish and vegetable broth with local bread
**Saturdays only d. Kebabs and stuffed breadfruit (seasonal)
Let us know which river hike you would like to do and we can make it personal just for you.