On this tour, you’ll hop on a boat and sail along the coastline to the village of Livingston. Keep your eyes on the sky as you cruise along, and you might spot pelicans gliding above the water where fishermen net their catches of the day. You’ll stop off at a local school, where you’ll have the chance to watch the children put on a display of local folk singing and drumming. You can also chat to them about their lives at the school and donate any notepads and pens that you can spare. After, you’ll make a trip to some natural hot springs set among pristine jungle greenery. Go for a swim in the bath-warm water and take a peek inside a cave where the locally famous pirate, Juan Tatin, used to hide. You’ll also get to see the picturesque Lake of Lilies, before tucking into lunch at a local waterfront restaurant. The final part of your excursion is a walking tour of Livingston. Your guide will tell you about the village’s history and how it was founded by the Garifuna people in the 1800s. Their roots can be traced back to the 17th century, when a Spanish slave ship full of West Africans was shipwrecked on St Vincent Island. After, you’ll head back to the port.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.