La Soufriere Volcano Hike
Trip at a Glance
St Vincent & Grenadines, Caribbean
Adventure, Sightseeing, Volcano Tour
$150 USD per trip
Departure Day(s) and Time(s)
Cruise Terminal in St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Accommodation- Transfers - Food/snacks - Tour Guide - Information pack
Guests are advised to wear comfortable clothing - sturdy walking shoes and insect repellent are recommended. A light jacket is also recommended; in the event of rain it can become very cold.
- Professional Tour Guide
- All inclusive
- Meet and Mingle with locals
- Visit one of the most studied volcanoes in the world
- Accommodation at our mountain view villa
If you are up to a challenge, why not take a walk on the wild side and try to conquer the height of St. Vincent’s tallest mountain (4048 ft) – La Soufriere. And what’s more, it’s one of the most perfect and beautiful craters in the world today. La Soufriere, which takes up about ⅓ of the island’s northern end, towers over the fishing and farming villages of Richmond in the northwest and Owia, home of the Carib Indians, in the northeast. This 1½ hour long bus ride from the Cruise Terminal will take you to the famous Dry River (Rabacca) from where the Pitons in St. Lucia can be seen on a clear day. You then proceed to the end of the motorable road – The Bamboo Range (1200 ft above sea level) – where the hike begins. As you ascend with your bottled water you will climb the 3 mile track as you go through the tropical rain forest, bamboos, lush trees and all the epiphytes growing around the trees. Once reaching the summit you will be rewarded with a breathtaking view, feeling like you are on top of the world. The descent to the Bamboo Range is approximately 1¾ hrs at which time lunch will be delivered.
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