We offer ST.LUICA PRIVATE TOURS FOR SMALL GROUPS, FRIENDS, COLLEAGUES, COUPLES ETC.we prefer to work with small groups so we give our best and personal attention to all. (1-28 PERSONS)
The tranquil and picturesque all WEST TOUR
Our Price: $60 PER PERSON or MIN $180 -discounts for larger groups and special prices for children under 12 Entrance fees are NOT included in the price.
Tour Duration: 5.5 – 6 hours (SUGGEST YOUR OWN TOUR)
Food & Beverages: Refreshments will be offered which Includes: Local Piton Beer, Water, Sodas and fruits. Meals can be purchased at one of the many local restaurants in Soufriere.
Meet your private Tours Driver/Tour Guide
Meet and Greet your Garry’s private Tours drivers/guides outside the Cruise Port terminal or your tour guide will pick you up at your resort, villa or Marina.
At the cruise terminals your driver will be holding up a sign saying “ST.LUCIA AIRPORT TAXI and TOURS”. Then board air-conditioned MINIBUS, SEDAN OR SUV to begin your tour.
Drive through and take in the highlights of Capital of St. Lucia, Castries
Enjoy brief history of the city and people of St.Lucia; you will see the Castries food and craft market, Derek Walcott Square in the heart of the capital city, Castries. In the square there is the burst of the two St.Lucian Nobel prize winners and a large Samaan tree locally know as the “Massav” tree, which is said to be over 400 years old.
The Central Library is to the western end of the Square, and at the eastern end is the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception with beautifully painted murals by local artiste Sir Dunstan St. Omer.
See the beautiful view of the north of St. Lucia from Morne Fortune view point
Stop at Morne Fortune view point to take in the view of the scenic Castries harbor northern western Coast of St. Lucia.
Morne Fortune is Located a high elevation on the southern end of the Capital, with a panoramic view of the city, the Castries Harbour, The airport, and some of the northern communities in St. Lucia. On Morne Fortune view point you will be standing alongside the historic Government House.
Governor General’s House
House is the official residence of the
Governor-General of Saint Lucia. The
house is located on the crest of Morne
Fortune, near Castries.
The first Government House that was
built on this site was destroyed by a
hurricane in 1817, before its
completion. A second house, built of
timber, was completed on the same spot
in 1819. This house fell into disrepair,
and was abandoned by 1865. Government
House then relocated to a nearby disused
Construction of the present brick-built
Government House was started on the site
of the previous house in 1894, and was
completed in 1895. It was originally
used as the home and office of the
Commissioners of Saint Lucia until 1958,
then for the Administrators of the
island. From 1967, Government House was
used by the Governors of Saint Lucia,
and since Saint Lucia became an
independent state in 1979 it has been
used by Governors-General.
Stop at tranquil and picturesque Marigot
Bay to experience the lovely scenery and
some homemade spice rum.
Bay is located on the western coast of
the island, 3.75 miles southwest from
Castries. It is surrounded on three
sides by steep, lush vegetated hills.
The inland portion of the bay forms a
hurricane hole, used to shelter boats
Marigot Bay is a historic landmark,
having been the site of a number of
battles between the French and British
The bay was used as the setting for the
1967 film adaptation of Hugh Lofting’s
Doctor Do little books. Scenes of the
shipwreck, Great Pink Sea Snail, and the
construction of the harness for the
Giant Lunar Moth were filmed in the bay.
The American novelist James A. Michener
famously described Marigot Bay as “The
most beautiful bay in the Caribbean.”
Drive through a native Banana
Plantation, The largest in St. Lucia
Marigot Bay, you will drive through the
Roseau banana plantation. Banana is St.
Lucia’s main export crop. At the
plantation, you will be given the banana
101 crash course and get a chance to
sample St. Lucia’s local bananas.
The Roseau Valley in St. Lucia is home
to the island’s largest banana
plantation. The Roseau River runs
through the valley and enters the sea at
Roseau Bay. Originally the valley had
been used for the cultivation of sugar
cane. More recently, it is a major
production area for bananas.
There is still a distillery at Roseau
and it has produced several
prize-winning rums like chairman’s
reserve and Admiral Rodney.
Find local craft and experience local
delicacies at Anse La Raye and Canaries
These two fishing villages are a must
stop on St. Lucia private tours. They
are rich with St. Lucian culture and
tradition. First you stop at the fishing
village of Anse La Raye to enjoy viewing
& shopping for local craft. Anse La Raye
is the first of two fishing villages
situated in Midwest heading south; home
to the Friday night “fish Friday”. Next,
enjoy a scenic drive to Canaries where
you will stop for more photo ops and
craft shopping; Canaries is the second
fishing village on the way to Soufriere.
the town of Soufriere
We then head to Soufriere, one of three
towns in St.Lucia. Leaving the forested
hills, the road descends into the town
with the most panoramic views of the
bay, pitons etc; Soufriere was St.
Lucia’s first capital during French
control of the island. Just outside of
the town centre you will find the
breathtaking and refreshing Toraille
waterfall, the botanical garden and
diamond falls, mineral baths. Soufriere
is the most scenic town in St. Lucia and
has most of the sightseeing and
touristic assets and attractions; A
St.Luica visit is incomplete without
going to Soufriere
Learn about the flora and fauna of St.
Lucia at the Toraille Botanical Gardens
or the Diamond falls and botanical
An experience guide will walk you
through the various trails and walkways
as they lead you through the lush greens
and flamboyant colors of this tropical
paradise. You will be told of the
scientific names, local names and
applications for the various fruit trees
and spices, e.g. the spice nutmeg and
our very own local natural Viagra tree
These spots are like the imaginary
paradise of creative people writers,
The waters flowing within the park and
within the pools are ranked as highly as
the waters of the Baden Baden in
Germany, Yellow Stone Geysers and Hot
Springs in Wyoming, USA and Onsen
Ryokan, in Japan and are world renowned
for their ability to reduce stress, cure
rheumatism, psoriasis and other skin
ailments. In fact, in 1784, under
instructions from King Louis XV1 of
France, samples of the mineral saturated
water emerging from Sulphur Springs were
analyzed in France and found to possess
similar medicinal properties to the
waters of the Aix-les-Bains.
Consequently, baths were built by
Baron-de-Laborie, the French Governor of
St. Lucia (1784 to 1789), at Diamond
Estate, 1 km north-west of Sulphur
Springs Park. The original Diamond Baths
were destroyed during the Brigand War
that followed on the heels of the French
Revolution (1789-1794), but, were
rebuilt by the owners in the early
twentieth century. These baths today sit
within St. Lucia’s largest and best kept
botanical gardens and are themselves a
Enjoy a visit to the Sulphur Springs,
In Soufriere you will discover The
Caribbean’s only drive-in volcano
The well-known Sulphur Springs in Saint
Lucia is the hottest and most active
geothermal area in the Lesser Antilles.
The park is approximately 45 hectares
and is billed as the Caribbean’s only
drive-in volcano. A walk through the
crater takes you past pools and hot
springs bubbling and belching with
sulphur-laden steam. Just outside the
Springs, you can bathe in the warm
sulphuric pools, reputed for its
soothing effects. The Sulphur Springs
forms part of the story of the creation
of the entire Caribbean basin.
Fill young smooth and rejuvenated after
a Surlphur Springs black water pool
Black Water Pool/Mud Bath
Just beside the park’s entrance is our
famous Black Water Pool. Built in 2004
and refurbished in 2009, this area
boasts a natural open air hot water
pool, sitting area, hot and cold water
showers and changing rooms. You can feel
free to dip your feet in this black
mineral-rich pool or if you’re more
adventurous take a full bath in its
38.7oc (101.6 Fahrenheit) waters.
View the MAJESTIC PITONS, A UNESCO world
The Pitons, also located just outside
the town of Soufriere are the most
recognizable symbol of St. Lucia. They
are one of the most visited,
photographed treasured landmarks in the
Caribbean. Our local Piton Beer is named
after this landmark. The Pitons are a
spectacular sight and the symbolic
backdrop for photographing visitors and
locals alike. Gros Piton is (2,619 ft)
and the Petit Piton is (2,461 ft).As
proof you were on St. Lucia you must
take some photos with the piton as the