So we booked our hike with Nexus tours at our Hotel in Royalton. Our day started at 06:35 with three other hotel pick ups so a journey time of 2 hours 20 mins ish to get to the pitons. We stopped at a view point...More
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We visited the Piton while on a tour in St. Lucia and later got to sail past on our cruise ship. They are an impressive site....very pretty both during the day and evening.
St. Lucia Pitons Cruise and Snorkel SLC4. We paid $51 each. A motorboat took us between 2 pitons in a cove to snorkel. Although the roped-off snorkeling area looking rather unimpressive from the boat, it was a marine preserve and was definitely the best snorkeling...More
Hypnotizing and beautiful. We had a view of the Pitons from our hotel and could drink them in at all different times of day. Lucky us.
My wife and I climbed the Gros Piton as part of an organised tour on 22nd November 2017. The pre tour blurb described the 6,000 foot plus ascent as a 'moderate hike'. Whilst it certainly wasn't a climb it was not my idea of a...More
The Pitons area is a must for any visitor to St Lucia especially sailors. The views are spectacular and the water is clear and a beautiful colour of blue. The snorkelling and dives are well worth the effort. There are several beautiful resorts in the...More
Views of the pitons from the speed boat tour were majestic to and from castries. Take photos from the boat from different angles (better in the afternoon). I joined a zip line group, where the last zip had a view of the pitons (need a...More
4 of us did this hike - three 24-26 year olds with reasonable fitness with our Dad who is 50s and active. We looked at the reviews before which said this is tough and they are right - it was just about doable for us...More