MARIGOT BAY TO ANSE COCHON KAYAKING

ANSE COCHON KAYAKING
Some of the most exhilarating scenery to experience is kayaking along the west coast of St. Lucia steep rock faces blend into remote beaches, forest like oasis’s, shallow coral reef fused with torrential marine life. A visit to the fishing community of Anse La Raye exposing daily island living and also Anse Cochon one of the most visited Snorkel & Scuba sites in St. Lucia. Marigot Bay to Anse Cochon Kayak Tour, this tour has a bit of everything including sea and a lot of coastal ocean island kayaking. You get a number of stops for lunch (provided), relax or maybe snorkel. You are provided all kayak equipment, lunch and guide. With this tour you can be brought back by boat, vehicle or return by kayak. Tour Skills Rating: novice to intermediate 1 Way Time of Tour: 2 1/2 - 3 Hours 2 Way Time of Tour: 5 - 6 Hours Features: Snorkel/swim/beach area/Mangrove/sea/remote islands Skill and Experience Level Needed (Novice/Learner with very good endurance - This is an endurance tour, must be in good shape to do.) Time of Tour: 3 - 5 Hours (Half Day) Minimum Numbers: 2 Persons | 2 - 5 persons US$132.00 | 6 + persons US$122.00 (LUNCH, SNORKELING, ANSE LA RAYE VILLAGE TOUR IS INCLUDED)
KAYAKING TO ANSE COCHON
VIEWS OF ANSE COCHON
ST LUCIA ACTIVITIES
Near Anse Cochon is Anse La Raye the largest town in Anse la Raye Quarter, Saint Lucia; it is located on the island's western side, near Marigot Bay. It is a picturesque place with fine examples of French and English colonial architecture. Nearby attractions include the Anse la Raye Falls and the River Rock Falls. The name Anse la Raye is derived from the rays that are found in the bay, the English translation means Bay of Rays. Two rivers flow into the bay, these are the Grande Rivière de l'Anse la Raye and the Petite Rivière de l'Anse la Raye. On a Friday night there is a fish fry where the local fishermen showcase their skills and where lobsters, fish and lambi (conch) are cooked and eaten. The Fish Fry is located on Front Street which runs parallel to the beach. The local Catholic church was built in 1907, but records show that a chapel has existed since 1765.
Anse La Raye Seaside
Anse La Raye Village
Anse La Raye Fish Fry
Overview of Anse La Raye
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Marigot Bay Kayaking
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Snorkel Kayaking
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Soufriere Kayaking
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Kayak Fishing
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Pigeon Island
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Rodney Bay
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MARIGOT BAY TO ANSE COCHON KAYAKING
ANSE COCHON KAYAKING
Some of the most exhilarating scenery to experience is kayaking along the west coast of St. Lucia steep rock faces blend into remote beaches, forest like oasis’s, shallow coral reef fused with torrential marine life. A visit to the fishing community of Anse La Raye exposing daily island living and also Anse Cochon one of the most visited Snorkel & Scuba sites in St. Lucia. Marigot Bay to Anse Cochon Kayak Tour, this tour has a bit of everything including sea and a lot of coastal ocean island kayaking. You get a number of stops for lunch (provided), relax or maybe snorkel. You are provided all kayak equipment, lunch and guide. With this tour you can be brought back by boat, vehicle or return by kayak. Tour Skills Rating: novice to intermediate 1 Way Time of Tour: 2 1/2 - 3 Hours 2 Way Time of Tour: 5 - 6 Hours Features: Snorkel/swim/beach area/Mangrove/sea/remote islands Skill and Experience Level Needed (Novice/Learner with very good endurance - This is an endurance tour, must be in good shape to do.) Time of Tour: 3 - 5 Hours (Half Day) Minimum Numbers: 2 Persons | 2 - 5 persons US$132.00 | 6 + persons US$122.00 (LUNCH, SNORKELING, ANSE LA RAYE VILLAGE TOUR IS INCLUDED)
KAYAKING TO ANSE COCHON
VIEWS OF ANSE COCHON
ST LUCIA ACTIVITIES
Near Anse Cochon is Anse La Raye the largest town in Anse la Raye Quarter, Saint Lucia; it is located on the island's western side, near Marigot Bay. It is a picturesque place with fine examples of French and English colonial architecture. Nearby attractions include the Anse la Raye Falls and the River Rock Falls. The name Anse la Raye is derived from the rays that are found in the bay, the English translation means Bay of Rays. Two rivers flow into the bay, these are the Grande Rivière de l'Anse la Raye and the Petite Rivière de l'Anse la Raye. On a Friday night there is a fish fry where the local fishermen showcase their skills and where lobsters, fish and lambi (conch) are cooked and eaten. The Fish Fry is located on Front Street which runs parallel to the beach. The local Catholic church was built in 1907, but records show that a chapel has existed since 1765.
Copyright. All Rights Reserved by DFH Kayaking
The St Lucia Kayak Center
More Tours:
Marigot Bay Kayaking
SEE HERE SEE HERE
Snorkel Kayaking
SEE HERE SEE HERE
Soufriere Kayaking
SEE HERE SEE HERE
Other Tours:
Kayak Fishing
SEE HERE SEE HERE
Pigeon Island
SEE HERE SEE HERE
Rodney Bay
SEE HERE SEE HERE
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The St Lucia Kayak Center