Pigeon Island, Saint Lucia (Photo: Angela N Perryman/Shutterstock)
4.0 / 5.0
Cruise Critic Editor Rating

By Cruise Critic Staff

Port of Pigeon Island

Pigeon Island -- which after being joined with St Lucia's mainland several decades ago is technically no longer an island -- has been designated both a national park and a national landmark. Historically it played a significant role for St. Lucia during war times, and is described as something of a living museum, with its various ruins and nearly unspoiled natural beauty. Visitors will also find excellent snorkeling and diving here, as well as a number of other outdoor activities.

--By Shayne Thompson, Cruise Critic contributor

About Pigeon Island


Pro

Pigeon Island itself is a significant cultural and historical landmark in St. Lucia

Con

The island has been designated a national park and all visitors incur an entry fee

Bottom Line

Pigeon Island offers visitors the chance to delve deeper into St. Lucia's landscape and culture


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