Mount Liamuga's peak is 3,792 feet tall, the highest point on St. Kitts. Mountainsides are covered in farmland and small villages as high as 1,500 feet up the mountain. After that point, lush tropical rainforests cover the slopes until a cloud forest encapsulates everything at 3,000 feet. All of this is yours to explore.
During this St. Kitts excursion, journey to historic St. Paul's village aboard an open-air Safari vehicle, traveling along a dense rainforest trail. Breathtaking views will leave a lasting impact on your eyes; the entire island and Caribbean Sea are visible, as well as neighboring islands Saba, Statia, St. Barths, St. Martin, Antigua, and Nevis.
Various stops are made along the hike to ensure safety and rest. Book this St. Kitts shore excursion today for a mesmerizing experience atop the island's tallest volcano.
Man! This is an adventure like no other! If you aren't into hard challenging hiking, don't do this. If you are, wow! Definitely the hardest hike I have ever done. You WILL get dirty. Wear clothing and shoes that can get dirty. I can't stress enough how hard this is. But, so worth it! Our guide was fantastic.
Reviewer: Gerads Family
We took our family of 5 of this hike and it was a once in a life time experience. As stated in the other reviews- this is extremely a physical hike- you are not always on a nice smooth path- in some spots there are some climbing involved. The top- the view is unexplainable. I would say if you are in good shape- DO this!! We also were lucky to see a lot of wild monkeys while we hiked.
Reviewer: I survived the Volcano
This excursion is a ruff one. It is physically demanding. Make sure you are hydrated before you go on this excursion. Also make sure you have plenty of water. And third make sure you are in great shape.
A wonderful exercise to get rid of the kilos gained on ship. The first half of the path is OK for all, but once you hit the second half you will remember all the promises to quit smoking from the last ten years of your life. If you manage to get to the top, pray to have a clear sky and you will forget all the pains you suffer to reach there.
As a family, the five of us made this incredible journey. My two girls, aged 13 and 11, had a hard time managing the climb, but our guide helped them ""tough through it."" My only complaints are that we didn't get enough time at the top of the Volcano and we always felt rushed by our guide. Would I do this again? No, once is enough... Been there, done that, WISH i would have been able to get a t-shirt. Would I recommend it? Yes. It was a great day trip and an excellent change of pace from the cruise ship.