Top Recommendations for Prince Harry

A catamaran cruise to visit Diamond Botanical Gardens and the Pitons with a stop on the return for snorkelling or he can sit back with a Chairman’s Reserve on ice, taking in the beautiful coastline of Saint Lucia.

Anna-Marie BinnsCJL Travel,           AnnaB@cjltravel.com

For our action orientated Prince, I would highly recommend zip-lining! The adrenaline pumping activity would be ideal for our action Prince, as he would see the natural beauty of the land of Saint Lucia including the magnificent Pitons. We would like the Prince to see the beautiful landscape as well as the beautiful people of Saint Lucia.

Nicholas Harding-McKay, Travel Designers, nick@traveldesigners.co.uk

He needs to trek up Gros Piton Mountain. An absolute must for everyone especially a strong Prince! Stunning views, local history and culture, great workout and with the detour to the deserted beach on the way back down for a cooling dip in the sea.

Laura Nash, Rayburn Tours, Laura.Nash@RayburnTours.com

 

 

 

As our lovely Harry is a bit of an action man, I would ensure that he stays in both the North and South of the island. Probably start in the north, with a stay in the Rodney Bay area, where he can sail and also when back on dry land can investigate the remains of the forts on Pigeon Island. He can then take an island safari to see some of the amazing inland flora and fauna and of course he must try one of the amazing zip wire experiences on the island.

I would then suggest that he has a few days in the south of the island where he can stay in one of the beautiful secluded hotels or villas and I would challenge him to climb one of the amazing Pitons. He can visit the stunning drive in volcano and the beautiful botanical gardens. He would also, I'm sure, want to check out the amazing diving before moving on to his onward flight.

Ann Barber, Travel Counsellors
ann.barber@travelcounsellors.com

I would love to see Prince Harry dancing away at Gros Islet 'Jump Up'. He would love it! The atmosphere is electric, it’s an authentic street party where tourists and locals alike, party into the early hours of the morning sipping on the finest rum and eating good fresh bbq food.

Samantha Morrison, Travel2
Samantha.Morrison@travel2.com

Enjoy a meal at Jardin Cacao Restaurant on the Fond Doux Plantation, to taste sumptuous Caribbean cuisine in beautiful surroundings, this really is the place to go! And as Prince Harry loves to dance, he can dance the night away in between drinking cocktails. Time permitting, he should take a cookery class or a cocktail making class or both.

Norma Fenwick, Your Perfect Travel
norma@yourperfecttravel.co.uk