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Tout Bagay Soufriere Catamaran Day Tour

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Experience Tout Bagay in St. Lucia

“Tout Bagay” in Creole means “A little bit of everything” which is exactly what this tour is all about!

Sail down the west coast and capture on film the famous Pitons as they rise majestically out of the sea and visit the bubbling drive-in volcano as you learn how our island was formed.

In Soufriere you will visit the refreshing Toraille Waterfall followed by the Sulphur Springs where you can get a guided tour through the Volcano or take a dip in the mud bath.

Relive the tradition and culture at the Morne Coubaril Estate, an original 18th-century working plantation. See how cocoa and coffee are made and enjoy the delicious buffet lunch.

In Soufriere you will visit the refreshing Toraille Waterfall followed by the Sulphur Springs where you can get a guided tour through the Volcano or take a dip in the mud bath.

Top it all off with a swim or relax in the sun at one of St. Lucia’s protected bays. Keep your cameras handy for a perfect photo opportunity as you sail through picturesque Marigot Bay.

Then brush up on your dance steps with our guides and crew as they teach you the latest island steps. Don’t miss this chance to see and do “Tout Bagay” – a little bit of everything.

Optional Add-Ons

    • Ziplining:
      Age Requirements – 5 years and older
      Weight Restrictions – Maximum of 290lbs or 132kgZiplining is the ultimate add-on to this popular Soufriere excursion, offering an upbeat and fun activity to heighten the excitement of a bundle-filled eco-tour. It combines the adrenaline rush of zipping under the sheer Petit Piton, with elevated views of the historic town of Soufriere and the Caribbean Sea.

 

  • Horseback Riding:
    Age Requirements – 5 years and older
    Weight Restrictions – Maximum of 220lbs or 100kgExperience the lush beauty of Soufriere mounted on your noble steed. Ride up hilltops to panoramic views of Petit Piton, Soufriere town, and the volcano. Then enjoy a complimentary coconut or water before travelling back through time on the 18th-century cocoa estate. View the authentic traditional village settings and the processes for producing sugar, cocoa, and coconut products.