Experience the astonishing six hour journey to the kingdom of delectable cultural food and rum samples. Whether you are a returning visitor or planning your first visit, you have come to the right place for a unique island tasting tour. This one of its kind tour has been inspired by visitors like you who have constantly craved a true taste of native cuisines and culture. We the TOT crew now present to you the opportunity to explore your cravings by putting together some of the island's best local food and rum hot spots to give you that true local flavor. Foods of particular interest are St. Lucia's National Dish, Breadfruit, Cassava bread, home made Cocoa Tea, Spice Rums, Local St. Lucian Rums and many other local dishes you are guaranteed to fall in love with. Open to the public, this tour include sightseeing so you will be viewing many towns and villages as outlined in our interactive map.
Click below for a quick peak of Island tour stops.
1. Tour Start Location - Enjoy Hot Bakes and Cocoa Tea at 'The Tent' Restaurant
Breakfast at the Tent
At this stop you will get to enjoy hot bakes and coco tea at “The Tent” restaurant on Vigie beach. The perfect way to start your day with a nourishing breakfast! The nice breeze and beach waterfront, will keep you relaxed with a positive jump start. You will get to spend approximately 20 to 30 mins at this spot. Restrooms are also available at this stop.
2. Morne Fortune, Castries Tour Location - Sightseeing of the capital city Castries
Capital City Overlook
Experience the breathtaking aerial view of the Capital City! You will have the opportunity to take great pictures of the city from the top of the mountain at Morn Fortune. At this very same location you will get Get a sneak pic at the official residence of the Governor-General of Saint Lucia. You will get to spend approximately 10 mins at this spot.
3. Marigot Bay, St.Lucia Tour Location - Sightseeing of the Marigot Bay Town
See the Famous Marigot Bay Town
Marigot Bay is a historic landmark, having been the site of a number of battles between the French and British navies. The inland portion of the bay forms a hurricane hole, used to shelter boats from hurricanes. The bay was used as the setting for the 1967 film adaptation of Hugh Lofting’s Doctor Dolittle books. Scenes of the shipwreck, Great Pink Sea Snail, and the construction of the harness for the Giant Lunar Moth were filmed in the bay. You will get to spend approximately 10 mins at this spot.
4. Cul de sac St.Lucia Tour Location - Taste bananas at a huge plantation
Taste Local Bananas
Taste freshly picked bananas and get to visit the huge banana plantation in cul de sac St.Lucia. Our guides will educate you on how bananas is cultivated and the plantation’s history. You will get to spend approximately 10 mins at this spot.
5. Anse La Raye, St.Lucia Tour Location - Sightseeing and rum tasting stop
Drive Through the Local Village of Anse La Raye
The name Anse la Raye is derived from the rays that are found in the bay, the English translation means Bay of Rays. Two rivers flow into the bay, these are the Grande Rivière de l’Anse la Raye and the Petite Rivière de l’Anse la Raye. On a Friday night there is a fish fry where the local fishermen showcase their skills.
Visit the Horizon Bar
You will get a chance to sample fish fritters with an assortment of home made spice rums(usually called local Viagra). We have discovered top secrets at the Horizon Bar where spices fruits and herbs are left to ferment in alcohol for a specific period of time resulting in enriched and distinctive flavors. You will get to sample up to 9 different rum variations such as Pineapple, Mango, Cherry, Ginger, Turmeric, Tamarind and many more! You will get to spend approximately 20 mins at this spot. Restrooms are also available at this stop.
6. Canaries, St.Lucia Tour Location - Sightseeing and food tasting stop
View Beautiful Canaries
Get your cameras ready for scenic views from both Northern and Southern approaches of “Kanawe” (french creole name). The name Kanawe is derived from the Amerindian word for cooking pots, in the past Canaries had a large sugar plantation that ran inland up the valley that stretches in an eaterly direction from the village.
Taste Food Samples at Del’s Rain forest Cafe
What you get to sample there?
- Green Fig Salad (National dish)
- Fried Breadfruit balls
- Unique Salt Fish, Breadfruit Coconut milk/Curry special
- Fried Plantains
- Seasonal fruits
You will get to spend approximately 15 - 20 mins at this spot. Restrooms are also available at this stop.
Taste Local Hand-Crafted Chocolate at Cacoa Sainte Lucie!
Cacoa Sainte Lucie is a an organic chocolate agri-business owned by a local resident named Maria. Taking advantage of the many cocoa plants gown in St.Lucia, she has hand-crafted a series of different chocolate bars. The method used to produce these chocolates brings out a unique flavor you will fall in love with. Be intrigued by Canaries finest choloates! You will get to spend approximately 20 mins at this spot.
7. Soufriere, St.Lucia Tour Location - Sightseeing and food tasting stop
Soufriere Piton View Highlight
Bask in the ambiance of the Pitons ( Gros Piton and Petit Piton) which are two giant volcanic plugs located south of Soufrière and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Soufriere contains many exquisite attractions such as the drive through Volcano called the Sulphur Springs, Rain forest, Nature trails, Estates, beaches and famous resorts like Anse Chastanet and Ladera.
Taste Seasonal Fruits at Tony and Aldona's Retreat
Meet Rastafarian Tony and his wife Aldona as they take you around their quaint estate away from civilization. This location features various local home grown fruit samples and an intriguing overview of Rastafarianism. You will be amazed with this location for it will expose you to an entire new kingdom of natural living. You will get to spend approximately 20 - 30 mins at this spot. Restrooms are also available at this stop.
8. Laborie, St.Lucia Tour Location - Sightseeing stop
View the Village of Laborie
Laborie is a south western fishing village named after the French governor Baron De Laborie was once a tutles habitat. French colonials were probably the first to settle what is now the village of Laborie, in the early 18th century. You will get to spend approximately 10 mins at this spot.
9. Vieux Fort, St.Lucia Tour Location - Sightseeing and food tasting stop
See the Town of Vieux Fort
Vieux Fort is a beautiful town named after a fort that used to watch out towards Saint Vincent towards the south. In the 18th and 19th Centuries it used to be an important center of the sugar industry in Saint Lucia before that industry declined. Today, it is the main point of entry for Saint Lucia and also has a port just to the south of the town.
Visit Grill and Chill bar
What do you get to sample there?
- Grilled pork
- Chicken wraps
You will get to spend approximately 15 - 20 mins at this spot.
10. Dennery, St.Lucia Tour Location - Sightseeing of the capital city Castries
View Dennery Village
You will get to view the biggest village in St.Lucia. The main economic activities in this village are fishing, and the cultivation of lima beans, bananas, and other tropical fruit.The Dennery village hosts a weekly event every Saturday from 4:00pm to 2:00am known as the Dennery Fish Fiesta which is a great place for both tourists and locals to sample various local cuisine based primarily on seafood especially fish. During the Lenten season the activity is usually closed. You will get to spend approximately 10 mins at this spot.
11. Morne Fortune, Castries Tour Location - Sightseeing of the capital city Castries
Taste Beverages at Antillia Micro Brewery
Visit Antillia Micro Brewery to taste finely crafted beers. The brewery uses a traditional single infusion mash brew house to brew their beers. This is combined with open fermentation using a proprietary top fermenting ale yeast which adds unique character to their beers. Post fermentation, the beer is transferred to conditioning tanks in a cold room. Whilst yeast drops out of suspension, it leaves a bright finished product which is then carbonated and ready for serving. You will get to spend approximately 20 mins at this spot.
Taste Local Foods at Glamity's Bar
What do you get there?
- Spicy blood pudding
- Various stew meats
- Grilled fish
- Lambi (conch) served with various sides
- Local Music
You will get to spend approximately 20 mins at this spot. Finally you will be dropped off at Gros Islet, St.Lucia or at your preferred drop off location.
Explore the island tasting bonanza!
Take some time to explore the inclusive foods and tour routes. Precise routing details are outlined on our interactive map where you could get familiar with the actual venues and island locations that you will be visiting. You could also view the inclusive foods and rums that this tour offers with many more optional purchasable Items upon visitation.
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