Rainforest Cycling Adventure in St. Lucia

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From $66.67

6 reviews   (4.83)

Price varies by group size

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Pricing Info: Per Person

Duration: 2 hours

Departs: st lucia, st lucia

Ticket Type: Mobile or paper ticket accepted

Free cancellation

Up to 24 hours in advance.

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If you want to experience the real St Lucia, this is the tour for you. Cycle through unique forest trails and witness up close the beauty of the rainforest with its lush vegetation and interesting wildlife. Make sure you bring your camera because the photo opportunities are endless. The main attraction, Errard Waterfall, is the highest waterfall on the island and, arguably, its most spectacular. A dip in the pool at the base of the waterfall will leave you feeling refreshed and invigorated. This tour will give you a new appreciation for the beauty of the island.

What's Included

Air-conditioned vehicle

Bottled water

Hotel/port pickup and drop-off

Tour escort/host

Use of bicycle and helmet

What's Not Included

Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)



Traveler Information

  • ADULT: Age: 12 - 99

Additional Info

  • Minimum height: 50"/1.27m Maximum weight: 250 lb./115 kg
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Dress: closed shoes required for safety; shorts/trousers recommended
  • Not recommended for child aged 11 and under

Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.

What To Expect

Treetop Adventure Park
The tour begins with pickup from ship or hotel; pickup time depends on location. An air-conditioned bus ride down the picturesque East Coast is a great sightseeing opportunity. A friendly, knowledgeable guide informs and entertains throughout the 40 minute ride.
Guests are allowed a refreshment break; complimentary juice and bottled water are provided and a variety of other drinks are available for purchase.

The guide then directs guests to the to the bike shed, where each guest is given a bike and a helmet. Cycling starts on the bike trails in the forest, meandering first through the botanical gardens, then along the river and across a bridge; the activity level increases as the tour moves onto the country roads, which include several hills. A detour back into the rainforest leads to a welcome stop at Errard (Sault) Waterfall - the island's highest accessible falls. A short ride back through the forest and along mostly flat road leads back to the Welcome Center.

• Admission Ticket Included


KeeNyree, 02-03-2020
This was an extreme level adventure. We rode up and down hills with lots of roots, rocks, and slippery mud. It was not for a novice. You should also be in good shape because the hills are very difficult. It was a lot of fun. Very scary and too much for me but for people that like bike riding, I think they would love it.
Stanley_C, 04-05-2019
Beautiful setting, knowledgeable guide. Loved it! This facility is awesome; lots of options besides cycling as well.
Cycling adventure
elviraOG, 23-08-2021
We had a really good time. Tupac our cycling guide was amazing, he was very knowledgeable about all the different plants and fruit trees in the park. We had a great day which ended in the waterfall with some coconut that Tupac got for us from one of the trees.
Best Honeymoon Excursion for Us
jenniferbC891KC, 30-01-2022
This was our favorite excursion when visiting with Sandals in St. Lucia!

"Sunshine"/Erica our tour guide was entertaining and informative on the ride to the biking location.

My husband and I received an unexpectedly private rainforest biking tour with Marvin which was absolutely incredible. Not only were the rainforest views and going in the waterfall once-in-a lifetime, but Marvin made the experience exceptional. He was genuine and kind. He went above and beyond with being friendly, entertaining, knowledgeable, and giving us the true perspective of a local. Since we had biked before and could keep up with him (although he was great at tailoring to our speed and skills), he took us on some extra sightseeing views. He gave us a cinnamon leaf as a keepsake and taught us about that. By the end of the bike tour, we felt like good friends and even exchanged numbers and social media with Marvin.

We can not say enough good things about this experience overall!
Very fun, a unique experience!
Melissa H, 26-06-2019
We were picked up at our hotel and they were on time which was greatly appreciated! Our tour guide, "Sunshine", gave us great information as we took the 45 min drive to Dennery. She was a lot of fun and engaged everyone on the bus. Upon arrival, there were 6 of us on the cycling trip and "Sunshine" was one of our tour guides (very happy to have her!). We rode a short while up a very steep paved incline and then rested, took pictures, and ate fresh mangoes. We then rode back down the steep incline to a section where we left our bikes and hiked through the forest to the waterfall area. It was little rocky, but not too bad. The waterfall wasn't much, but it was very high. Again, we ate a different type of mango, then hiked back up to the bikes. This is where we went on the real jungle biking! We had our younger son with us (12 yr) and the trek was too difficult for him. It's true mountain biking with many large rocks, huge tree roots to navigate and slick surfaces. "Sunshine" took our son under her wing and helped him navigate -we were so thankful that she took the extra time to help him so the rest of us could enjoy the trek. "Sunshine" went above and beyond to help everyone and make sure we all had a great time. Although the actual biking was only about 45 minutes, it was very unique and fun. When it states 4 hrs - that includes travel to/from hotel, biking, hiking, waterfall, and resting. Highly recommend.

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