Capital and Beach Extravaganza

4 Hours | Starting at $15

Adult (from hotel)
$35
Child (from hotel)
$18
Adult (from cruise ship)
$20
Child (from cruise ship)
$15

Take a complete tour of the Historic Capital City of Basseterre and also visit Timothy Hill, which will give you a panoramic view of the South East Peninsula.

Rates
  • Cruise Ship Pick-Up:
    • Adult $20
    • Child $15 (Under age of 12)
  • Hotel Pick-Up:
    • Adult $35
    • Child $18 (Under age of 12)

Duration
  • 4 hours

Pickup Instructions

All Cruise ship tours start and end at Port Zante where the ship docks. If you are arriving via cruise ship, our tour starts one hour after your ship docks. However, we ask that you meet with us a half hour after your ship docks so that we can get all the administrative affairs out of the way first.

We will contact you directly regarding transportation if you request pick-up in the reservation form.


About the Tour

We will give you a complete tour of the Historic Capital City of Basseterre; we will also visit Timothy Hill which will give you a panoramic view of the South East Peninsula stretching out towards our sister island Nevis. The Peninsula is a narrow strip of land that divides two bodies of water; the Atlantic on the left side and the Caribbean on the right side, you have to see it to believe it. From the hill you can also see the Frigate Bay Valley with beautiful homes jutting out of the hill, golf course stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the Caribbean Sea and the coconut palms waving in the sun.

Onwards to the beach where you can splash in the warm and crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean.

Activities at the beach include water sports such as snorkeling, water skiing, sailing and much more. For those who just want to sit back and relax, all the amenities are available at the beach: bathroom, change room, beach chairs, umbrellas, restaurant, Beach bars and much, much more.

We visit beaches such as Friars Bay (Carambola Beach Club), Ship Wreck, or Cockleshell, depending on the situation at Friar’s Bay which is our first choice. If the beach is overcrowded, we go to another beach in order to accommodate our guests.