Whale and Dolphin Watching in St Lucia and the Caribbean is one of the most emotional and exciting expeditions you can experience.
This should be a must on everyone’s adventure plan and what better place than the blue waters of the Caribbean Sea. Here there are many resident pods as well as migratory ones, so you stand a pretty good chance of a sighting on nearly every trip. There are 33 species of whales and dolphins and over 20 live in and visit our waters. The species that are most commonly sighted are pilot whales, sperm whales, humpbacks and false Orcas. The orca, or killer whales as they are more commonly called are also seen here from time to time, the last encounter being September 2012, we presumed they were on their way south for the winter months. The humpbacks and sperm whales are often spotted with calves, who spend their time playing and frolicking in our coastal waters. The adults love the warm sunny seas and they just relax, swim, play, court and mate, like any regular tourist!
Whale and Dolphin Watching in St Lucia and the Caribbean is one of the most emotional and exciting expeditions you can experience. This should be a must on everyone’s adventure plan and what better place than the blue waters of the Caribbean Sea.
Schedule Whale watching and Dolphin watching trips
3 hour expedition ————U.S.$50.00. per person.
St Lucia Sport Fishing
Now when it comes to experience, Bruce Hackshaw is the fanatic here, he hates to return without a catch! The Hackshaw boys, Bruce and his brother Andrew have been fishing since they were knee high to a grasshopper so very few can beat their knowledge of sport fishing around St.Lucia and the rest of the Caribbean! The Trophies are there to prove their worth.
So, if you are professional — great — if not dont worry, well show you the ropes of this exhilarating sport, you couldn’t be in better hands, so come and join the masters and see what you can land!
Private Boat Charter Cruises in St Lucia
Try our relaxing custom made cruises. Take a day out for yourself , maybe with friends and family. No hassling schedule to keep to, the day is yours. St.Lucia has a beautiful coastline, follow on the 14 mile cruise to Soufriere, passing quaint fishing villages, Anse la Raye, where colourful fishing boats are made out of the gommier tree and Canaries which was once the home of the Carib Indians. They were renowned for their clay pots which were called “Canaries”, hence the name of the village. Cameras are a must for the first glimpses of the majestic Pitons, twin volcanic peaks which rise up like mystic pinnacles into the sky.
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