JJ’S SPEED BOAT TOUR
JJ Speed Boat Tour leaves at about 9:15 am and returns at about 3:45 pm.
Cruise Ship Guest : – We will picked you up at the Cruise Ship terminal in Castries or Pointe Seraphine
Hotel Guest : – We will make arrangementss for pickup upon reservation.
The tour travels to Soufriere via speedboat. Along the way, guests will be introduced to the picturesque Marigot Bay, as well as the villages of Anse La Raye, Canaries and Soufriere.
- Snorkel gear included
- Once-in-a-Lifetime Experience
- Lunch included
- Snacks and Beverages included
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Vacation Style Holiday Type
Activity Level Leisurely
Group Size Medium Group
Experience the best way to explore the island of St Lucia in a short space of time. From Castries you will head to Soufriere via a speed boat.
Enjoy the scenery and history of this beautiful island as view the famous Marigot Bay, villages like Anse La Raye and Canaries and the iconic twin mountain peaks of Gros Piton and Petite Piton.
Once in Soufriere you will board a bus for a tour of the city. Taste the local cuisine and rum punch, and have an experience to remember. You will be entertained throughout by the exciting crew.
This popular tour leaves the Castries Harbor at about 9:30am and returns there at about 3pm. The tour travels to Soufriere via speedboats powered by 300 HP Verado engines.
Along the way, guests will be introduced to the picturesque Marigot Bay, as well as the villages of Anse La Raye, Canaries and Soufriere. In Soufriere, guests will see the twin mountain peaks of Gros Piton and Petite Piton.
Once you arrive at Soufriere, bus shuttles will then take you to the volcano for a fun and therapeutic mud bath and to the Torille Waterfalls for a refreshing waterfall swim.
The tour also makes a stop for swimming and snorkeling before getting to Marigot Bay for a delicious buffet lunch. Lunch is served at JJ’s Paradise Restaurant.
Wear comfortable clothes. Basically, anything you would wear to go to the beach is fine. Flip-flops, sneakers or sandals are fine. Maybe a light jacket depending on weather. Bring a camera, sunblock, sunglasses and a towel (just in case).
Not currently, but soon we are going to be offering an “English” and “Spanish” tour. We will post that information when that becomes available.
Pregnant women and people who have bad back or neck problems shouldn’t go if the waters are rough.
You will need to show some form of official identification, such as a drivers license or passport.
There is a possibility our guest will get well, especially if the water is rough. However we always advise our guest to dress for the water.
The tour is based on reservations, so it’s important that you let us know as soon as possible if you need to cancel. All cancellations must be done at least 24 hours before the time of the tour. After that time, no refunds will be made.
The tour is approximately 5 hours, please check in 15 minutes prior to your tour time for boating instruction.