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St Lucy Destination 439: Signature Tour (up to 2 persons)

$250.00

Overview:

The parish of Saint Lucy ("St. Lucy") is the northern-most area in the country of Barbados. Saint Lucy is known for being the only parish of Barbados out of the eleven to be named after a female patron saint, Saint Lucy of Syracuse.

Tour Highlights:

• Explore the beautiful grounds of Bentham’s House. (Base on availability)

• Tour one of the six oldest churches, establish in 1629, St Lucy Parish Church essentially Georgian.

• Visit the home of J and R Foods, were you can participate in interactive baking and sit on veranda and enjoy the breathtaking views of the north with a cool glass of homemade mauby.

• A visit to stunning Little Bay with its interesting pools and magnificent blowholes!

• Stop at the social hub of the island, the Rum Shop, where you can share a laugh, story and a drink with the locals.

• See the new Mural at scenic River Bay.

• Explore the island’s lone accessible sea cave, the Animal Flower Cave and have a swim in one of the many pools. There is a large children’s play park as well as stalls and stores selling local jewelry, arts and crafts.

• Lunch at the famous Moontown and enjoy the camaraderie of the locals, visit the fish market next door and hear the local fishing stories and even enjoy a game of dominoes.

• Simply relax on the beautiful sea sands of Fyerswells Bay or take a swim in our crystal waters before heading back to your hotel.

 

 

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Thursday, Oct 19 All Day
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  • "Pamela met us promptly at the very busy cruise terminal in her large, clean van. She is extremely knowledgeable and energetic, and has a wonderful personality. She explained eve..."
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