Cruises from Pigeon Island
Pigeon Island is a 40 acre islet with artificial causeway built in 1972 joining it to Gros Islet commune, on the northern tip of the island-country of Saint Lucia. Saint Lucia is part of the Lesser Antilles in the eastern Caribbean Sea. The island as a whole has switched hands between the British and French throughout its existence. Pigeon Island is volcanic with two hills, with a humid tropical climate.
It is now a national park under control of the Saint Lucia National Trust. To the south is Gros Islet Bay, home for sailing boats, and a sandy beach along the causeway that offers a landing.