Kayak St Lucia Group Tours

Kayak Group Tours

Kayak St. Lucia is delighted to provide kayak groups with tour packages tailored to the desires and skill levels of the participants. This would include multi-day packages with combinations of various additional and advanced tours described on the Additional & Repeat Kayak Tours below. New tours can also be created to maximize the enjoyment of the group including the towing of kayaks by boat to exciting new areas and kayak/snorkel combo excursions.

Kayak St. Lucia is delighted to work with groups to provide an experience not to be forgotten for all. For groups of 8 or more persons, packages can include special group accommodation rates at the Anse Chastanet Resort. Anse Chastanet has a worldwide reputation for providing a full range of exceptional adventure sport offerings including mountain biking, scuba diving, snorkeling and hiking.

Contact us to discuss what we can offer to provide your group a great holiday of kayaking and more!

Additional & Repeat Kayak Tours

For the enjoyment of our guests, there are additional tour options. Kayak St. Lucia also offers advanced tour options for guests who participated in our basic tour including the safety and technique training or for seasoned kayakers who already have well honed skills; note: to insure your safety, seasoned kayakers will be asked to demonstrate safe re-entry from a rollover, paddle techniques, etc.

Kayaking the Coast of Soufriere Bay

Our basic and most popular tour option is Kayaking the Coast of Soufriere Bay. Donning our PFD's, Personal Flotation Devices, our guide will lead you out and around Grand Caille Point and over one of our very popular dive sites, FAIRYLAND. From there, we will continue to paddle along the coast to examine the weathered volcanic cliffs eventually reaching the famed bat cave and Hummingbird Beach at the north end of the Soufriere waterfront. All along the way, you will be treated to great views of the twin peaks of the Pitons - a UNESCO World Heritage site - rising majestically out of the sea. A waterproof camera is a must! This Soufriere Bay Coast tour returns to the resort around 1:30.


Paddle to the Pitons

Our most demanding and exhilarating kayaking option is the Paddle to the Pitons tour that takes you across Soufriere Bay to Petit Piton to enjoy the spectacular views of the sheer mountain face rising vertically from the sea to a height of nearly one-half mile. After exploring more of the magnificent coast you will land ashore to stretch your legs or perhaps take a relaxing swim. On the return journey you will have the option of following the bay coastline towards the town of Soufriere for some added sightseeing.

Fishing Villages & Beach Picnic

Our Fishing Villages & Beach Picnic tour allows you to explore the scenic coastline north of the resort. Once you've worked up a good appetite your guide will arrange for the delivery by boat of an excellent lunch prepared especially for you our Anse Chastanet Resort chefs. There are several scenic deserted beach options on which you can enjoy your Caribbean picnic. After lunch and a cooling swim, you will return at a leisurely pace to the resort.

Couple Kayakers

Sunset Kayak

For our more romantic guests we offer a Sunset Kayak tour that departs later in the afternoon allowing you to enjoy a Caribbean sunset out on the sea.

Birdwatching Kayak Combo

Bird Watching Bird Watching

And if birds are your interest there's the Birdwatching Kayak Combo that focuses on the activities and nesting sites of a variety of seabirds that make the rugged cliffs in our area their home. This tour is best enjoyed early in the morning or in the late afternoon when the birds are in their nesting areas.

Important Stuff:
Sunscreen is strongly recommended. Also, a synthetic, lightweight and loose long sleeve garment can be helpful in protecting against sunburn. Polarized sunglasses with a securing device and a head covering, wide brimmed preferably, are strongly advised. Comfortable footwear that can get wet is optional.

The kayak manufacturer recommends a minimum weight of 110 pounds (50 Kilos.) and a maximum of 220 pounds (100 kilos.). Participants must be physically able to handle a kayak and be a comfortable in the water as a swimmer.