Go on a half-day bird watching expedition that is good for beginners and expert bird watchers alike. Set out at sunrise and head to the countryside of St. Lucia, where you will have the chance to spot 42 species of birds known to live in the area.
What to Expect
Spend a morning bird watching with a half-day tour in Castries. Depart your hotel at sunrise for a 30-minute drive through the exquisite countryside. Travel through a landscape kissed by the rays of the rising sun, to the area where you will begin your birding expedition.
After a brief introduction, walk along a trail where some 42 species of birds have been sighted, 5 of which are endemic to the island. There are a number of migratory birds and inland water birds, and hummingbirds dazzle as they flit in and around.
The list of birds you might see includes but is not limited to: The St Lucia Pee Wee, St Lucia Warbler, St Lucia Oriole, Banana Quit, Carib Grackle, Black Faced Grass Quit, Black Finch, Tropical Mocking Bird, Fly Catcher, and a varied number of endemic and migratory birds.
- Entrance fees
What's Not Included
- Food and beverages
- Personal expenses
Know Before You Go
The trail is classified as a moderately difficult one with some rough and perhaps muddy areas. It is recommended for the physically fit only and not for persons with serious heart problems or pregnant persons. No children under 12 are allowed. Please note that bird watching requires patience and silence.