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Costless tours provides the best St. Lucia tours Island wide. All our drivers are knowledgeable, professional, reliable and courteous. We also offer private and group tours to all Attractions in St. Lucia. Our Excursions and St. Lucia tour options allows you the perfect opportunity to explore all the best attractions we have to offer in Castries Rodney Bay and Soufriere Additionally, we provide Cruise Ship Shore Excursions from Port Castries capital of St. Lucia to Soufriere
USD $40 Per Person (Five or more persons)
We also cater for large groups
Children below twelve years of age pay a lower rate, please indicate how many children in your group when making your reservation.
Our tour includes entrance fees to sites, drinks and other refreshments.
Full Day St. Lucia Tour
Tour Information & Schedule
Tour Duration: 5.5 hours to 6 hours
Capital Tour: The Historical City of Castries Saint Lucia’s Capital
Our Capital Tour is an important part of the Full Day Saint Lucia Tour.
Get a chance to see the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception at Micoud Street in Castries St. Lucia. Get an introduction to the history and people of the city. Visit the heart of the city and witness local architecture, sites and other landmarks.
Witness local Saint Lucian culture through our local art and craft. Take some priceless photos as you tour one of the Caribbean’s best cities, Castries in the Helen of the West Indies in Saint Lucia.
Picturesque Views and Historical Sites at Morne Fortune
Morne Fortune is a historical point overlooking the city of Castries (including the harbour and cruise ships at port) with views stretching all the way to the northern point of Saint Lucia. With priceless views and a cool comfortable climate, The Morne is an ideal stop along your tour through Saint Lucia. Home of Government House, Sir Arthur Lewis Community College and more you are bound to enjoy your time at the Morne.
Government House at Morne Fortune above the Capital of Castries
Government House is the official residence of the Governor General of Saint Lucia, our local Head of State.
Government house is a noteworthy work of historical architecture in Saint Lucia. An old-Victorian styled structure, this building has been preserved throughout the history of the island since it was first built in 1865. Aside from its obvious outstanding features, this building is home to some very important documents, artefacts and other items of significant historical significance.
Marigot Bay is located on the western coast of the island of Saint Lucia 4 miles southwest from the capital and a short distance from the Saint Lucian National Marine Reserve. It is surrounded on three sides by steep, forested hills.
The inland portion of the bay forms a hurricane hole, used to shelter boats from hurricanes.
Marigot Bay is a historic landmark, having been the site of a number of battles between the French and British navies.
The bay was used as the setting for the 1967 film adaptation of Hugh Lofting's Doctor Dolittle 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.
The all-girl trio Arabesque featured a song "Marigot Bay" appearing on the album of the same name in 1980.
The Roseau Banana Plantation
After Marigot Bay, the road runs through the Roseau banana plantation and lush green vegetation. Banana is St. Luciaâ€™s main export crop. The plant is propagated by roots or from suckers and takes one year to reach maturity. Each planting area consists of one bearing plant. When the crop is bearing, bunch sleeving is carried out. Each bunch is covered with a polythene bag for protection. Banana is use to make banana flour, baby food, banana chip, banana ketchup. Banana bread, and banana porridge.
Learn about the banana plantation's history and also about the harvesting process. You will get a chance to sample St. Lucia's local bananas. The banana plants are smaller in size but produce fruits that are sweeter than your usual bananas. Our bananas are as sweet as they come for your eating pleasure.
Witness Saint Lucian Village Life in Coastal Communities of Anse La Raye and Canaries
The Coastal Communities of Anse La Raye and Canaries on the west coast of Saint Lucia are fishing villages, full of life and colour. The traditional Saint Lucian lifestyle is preserved while maintaining observance of the modern necessities.
The waterfont of Anse La Raye is home of the fishermen, however you can view or purchase locally made craft and souvenirs. Anse La Raye which is translated into English as the Bay of the Sting Ray has become popular for the Anse-La-Raye Fish Fry a weekly fish festival held every Friday evenning.
Uninterrupted panoramic view of Village Life in Coastal Community of Canaries
Canaries (or Kanawe in Creole) is located on the West Coast of Saint Lucia. It is a small fishing village and it is nestled along the West Coast road, between Anse La Raye and Soufriere, and there are scenic views from both the Northern and Southern approaches.
Until the 1960s there was no road transport to the village and it was only accessible by boat. Since the construction of the West Coast Road it is a stop on the road between Castries and Soufriere.
The name Kanawe is derived from the Amerindian word for cooking pots, in the past Canaries had a large sugar plantation that ran inland up the valley that stretches in an easterly direction from the village. Records show that Canaries has existed since 1763 and the original settlers came from the neighbouring island of Martinique
When the price of sugar dropped in the middle of the 20th Century, the estate closed and many people left for England to look for work. Many sent money back to their families and since then many local businesses have appeared.
Soufriere Saint Lucia, Home of World Heritage Site, The Piton Mountains
An important national landmark, The Pitons were revered and recognized worldwide even before being officially recognized as a UNESCO world heritage site. A Saint Lucian symbol and treasure best viewed from Soufriere, the Pitons are an important photo stop on the Full Day Tour of Saint Lucia. Inspired the name of Piton Beer, Piton Farms Spring Water and many other important local products and companies. The Pitons rise out of the sea at 2619 feet (Gros Piton) and 2461 feet (Petit Piton showing off their majestic beauty to all who would witness.
Scenic Soufriere, The First Capital of Saint Lucia and Tourist Hideout
The town of Soufriere on the West Coast of Saint Lucia is a popular place for tourists to hideaway or blend in to live like a local. Soufriere is the second largest town in Saint Lucia and was the island’s first capital.
Full of life and colour, the smells and tastes available in Soufriere are rich and give a unique experience that would be difficult to put into words. As Saint Lucia’s premier town for Sightseeing, you will witness waterfalls, rivers, botanical gardens, historical buildings and sights. A natural beauty, you shouldn’t visit Saint Lucia without visiting Soufriere.
The Drive-In Volcano at Sulphur Springs, Soufriere, Saint Lucia
Visit the Sulphur Springs Saint Lucia's Drive in Volcano. Although now dormant, you cannot help but to enjoy the Sulphur Springs. The crater is approximately 7acres wide and there is a path and road to the elevate path where the entire crater is visible to you. Awaken your senses at this checkpoint of your tour, make memories as you tour the Caribbean’s only drive in volcano.
Feel Alive with the Mineral Rich Mud Bath at Sulphur Springs, Soufriere
Possibly the highlight of your tour, the mud bath at Sulphur Springs will rejuvenate your body. The black water pool with its 38.7oc (101.6 Fahrenheit) waters is the perfect place for a bath. The mineral rich mud at the Sulphur Springs is said to make skin more youthful and renew the body.
The open air natural pool is a unique experience that has 100% approval rate from visitors to the Sulphur Springs. Safe for a bath and dip but not for diving, there are seats and ledges for safety and comfort.
Get massaged by the water as you take a bath at Toraille Waterfall
The 50ft waterfall drops down into a freshwater pool. There is a short nature trail heading from the parking area to the waterfall area.
The beauty of the Toraille Waterfall is enhanced by the beautiful flowers and plants, the singing birds and serenity of crystal clear water. Located a short drive from the main street of Soufriere town, the Toraille waterfall is a great stop along the Cost Less Tours Full Day Tour.
Duty Free Shopping Anyone?
La Place Carenage and Pointe Searphine located at The Waterfront, Castries is a duty free shopping complex. This stop is a good opportunity to catch up on shopping in the city. With over thirty shops including gift shops, arts and crafts and liquor there are enough options to make your shopping easy and hassle free. As your last stop, we would then take you back to your cruise ship or hotel.