Pigeon Island National Landmark

Explore Pigeon Island National landmark which was a  former pirate hideout and a military fort. It was turned into a national landmark in 1972 and it’s still  a great place to spend a half-day exploring its old ruins. Pigeon Island  is connected to Saint Lucia by a causeway which was built in 1972. Take a  hike up to the lookout points for magnificent views of both the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Oceans. The highlight of this hike is to Fort Rodney is to see the old canons and artifacts but don’t forget to pack a bathing suit as you have the option of enjoying the crystal clear water  beach, restaurants and shops just outside its entrance. It is absolutely beautiful.

What’s Included?

  • Pick up and drop off
  • Refreshments
  • Entrance fees

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Pigeon Island National Landmark