SNORKELING WITH MARIGOT BAY KAYAKING

KAYAKING WITH SNORKELING
St. Lucia is rated as one of the unexploited underwater secrets in the Caribbean. With its pristine and highly diverse coral reefs, pinnacles and shipwrecks, this island offers the visitor the ideal snorkel adventure. You get a Prime Snorkel Tour which is done off the dive boat or kayaks to one of our prime reserve snorkel sites followed by your full Marigot Bay kayaking tour. Features: Snorkel/swim/beach area/River/mangrove/sea Skill and Experience Level Needed (Novice/Learner) Time of Tour: 3 - 5 Hours (Half Day) Minimum Numbers: 2 Persons | 2 - 5 persons US$105.00 | 6 + persons US$95.00 (LUNCH AND SNORKEL ACTIVITY INCLUDED)
PRIME SITE SNORKELING
VIEWS OF MARIGOT BAY
ST LUCIA ACTIVITIES
The Culture of Saint Lucia blends the influences of African, French, and English heritage. The official language of the island is English but Kreole, a form of French patois, remains an influential secondary language. St. Lucia holds every year two main traditional festivals, La Woz ("The Rose", on August 30) and La Magwit ("The Marguerite", on October 17). Saint Lucia also celebrates a cultural festival known as Creole Day (Jounen Kwéyòl). This is celebrated each year on the last Sunday of October. Various towns chosen to host this festival put out the result of their grand preparations; local foods and drinks such as breadfruit, green fig, plantain, salt fish, king fish, manicou (opossum), roast pork, Johnny Cake (fried bake) and a famous dish, bouyon (fish, chicken or meat stewed with dasheen, yams, plantains, banana and dumplings), lime drinks, guava drinks and more. Most people commemorate this day by wearing the island's national wear known as the Madras.
Local Festival Time
Local Madras Wear
Preparing Local Dishes
La Woz Celebrations
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SNORKELING WITH MARIGOT BAY KAYAKING
KAYAKING WITH SNORKELING
St. Lucia is rated as one of the unexploited underwater secrets in the Caribbean. With its pristine and highly diverse coral reefs, pinnacles and shipwrecks, this island offers the visitor the ideal snorkel adventure. You get a Prime Snorkel Tour which is done off the dive boat or kayaks to one of our prime reserve snorkel sites followed by your full Marigot Bay kayaking tour. Features: Snorkel/swim/beach area/River/mangrove/sea Skill and Experience Level Needed (Novice/Learner) Time of Tour: 3 - 5 Hours (Half Day) Minimum Numbers: 2 Persons | 2 - 5 persons US$105.00 | 6 + persons US$95.00 (LUNCH AND SNORKEL ACTIVITY INCLUDED)
PRIME SITE SNORKELING
VIEWS OF MARIGOT BAY
ST LUCIA ACTIVITIES
The Culture of Saint Lucia blends the influences of African, French, and English heritage. The official language of the island is English but Kreole, a form of French patois, remains an influential secondary language. St. Lucia holds every year two main traditional festivals, La Woz ("The Rose", on August 30) and La Magwit ("The Marguerite", on October 17). Saint Lucia also celebrates a cultural festival known as Creole Day (Jounen Kwéyòl). This is celebrated each year on the last Sunday of October. Various towns chosen to host this festival put out the result of their grand preparations; local foods and drinks such as breadfruit, green fig, plantain, salt fish, king fish, manicou (opossum), roast pork, Johnny Cake (fried bake) and a famous dish, bouyon (fish, chicken or meat stewed with dasheen, yams, plantains, banana and dumplings), lime drinks, guava drinks and more. Most people commemorate this day by wearing the island's national wear known as the Madras.
Copyright. All Rights Reserved by DFH Kayaking
The St Lucia Kayak Center
More Tours:
Marigot Bay Kayaking
SEE HERE SEE HERE
Anse Cochon 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