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#1
Lakeville, MA
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Joined Jun 2002
Not sure if I can mention the above tours, but looking for tour recommendations for St. Lucia.

I don't want to spend the day in a van. I would like to go to mud baths and then relax at a beach.

What are my options?

Thanks
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#2
St. Lucia, West Indies
3,910 Posts
Joined Aug 2008
Originally posted by jonsmom
Not sure if I can mention the above tours, but looking for tour recommendations for St. Lucia.

I don't want to spend the day in a van. I would like to go to mud baths and then relax at a beach.

What are my options?

Thanks
You can do a morning trio that heads straight to volcano and mud baths. Should be around 4 hours total, give or take.. The have the afternoon by Vigie Beach right near the port.
Or hire taxi to hit volcano and mud baths then Soufriere waterfront to relax and swim then back to ship.
Problem is, the volcano and mud baths are 1.15-1.5 hours from the port. You have either land or sea option to get there. By sea, 40-50 minutes, plus 10-15 car ride.. And almost twice as expensive as going by land.
Spencer Ambrose has a land/se tour - sea transfer both ways, volcano and mud baths, etc by car then back to beach to relax then back to ship.
Herod's has a sea tour, similar to above. Serenity can offer similar, as can Real St Lucia Experience, Barefoot Holidays, Solar Tours and , And others... Viator is simply a third party reseller - they don't operate the tours themselves.
#3
Lakeville, MA
1,184 Posts
Joined Jun 2002
Originally posted by reedprincess
You can do a morning trio that heads straight to volcano and mud baths. Should be around 4 hours total, give or take.. The have the afternoon by Vigie Beach right near the port.
Or hire taxi to hit volcano and mud baths then Soufriere waterfront to relax and swim then back to ship.
Problem is, the volcano and mud baths are 1.15-1.5 hours from the port. You have either land or sea option to get there. By sea, 40-50 minutes, plus 10-15 car ride.. And almost twice as expensive as going by land.
Spencer Ambrose has a land/se tour - sea transfer both ways, volcano and mud baths, etc by car then back to beach to relax then back to ship.
Herod's has a sea tour, similar to above. Serenity can offer similar, as can Real St Lucia Experience, Barefoot Holidays, Solar Tours and , And others... Viator is simply a third party reseller - they don't operate the tours themselves.
Thanks for giving me info on other options. I was all set to book Spencer Ambrose but the recent reviews have not been good at all.
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