Watersports, Waterfalls, and Fishing in St. Lucia
St. Lucia is an island of distinct natural beauty, and it is laced with trails and tours to take advantage of this fact. Missing out on a day trip through the jungle rainforest in search of an elusive St. Lucia waterfall or a day on the water for a little deep-sea fishing in St. Lucia would be missing out on the island itself. Reading up on what St. Lucia has to offer in these departments is highly recommended; there should be no trouble finding an excursion to suit every interest.
Fishing in St. Lucia is immensely popular, as the island is surrounded by waters thick with barracuda, wahoo, kingfish, and marlin. Arranging a boat charter for either a half or full day is the best way to ensure a good day of fishing in St. Lucia, and there are several tour operators through which this can be done, including Mako Watersports in Rodney Bay, MISS T Charters at Vigie Marina, and Trivial Pursuit Charters in Castries.
To view a St. Lucia waterfall in the rainforest, an activity that is rarely left off of must-see lists for the island, visitors should book a tour through the St. Lucia Forestry Department and National Trust. These divisions of the local government are in charge of maintaining the rainforest trails, and will provide experienced guides to keep hikers safe and on-track on the sometimes strenuous routes. The Enbas Saut walk, a 4 km trail through mountains and jungle, features a St. Lucia waterfall at the head of the Troumassee River.
For more information about seeing a St. Lucia waterfall and booking a tour, contact:
Forest & Lands Department
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