ST. PIERRE - A HISTORIC CITY

ST. PIERRE - A HISTORIC CITY


Starting At:

$79.99 / Adult (ages 13 and over)
$59.99 / Child (ages 4 - 12)

*Prices may vary by sailing

Port:Martinique

Duration:4 Hours

Activity Level: Moderate

Moderate

May involve varying amounts of activity (long walks, rough terrain, basic water play. May not be recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes recommended.

Minimum Age: 1 Years

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EXCURSION DETAILS

Travel through a rainforest to a rum distillery where you will enjoy a tasting before seeing the historic city of St. Pierre.

Starting At:

$79.99 / Adult (ages 13 and over)
$59.99 / Child (ages 4 - 12)

*Prices may vary by sailing

Port:Martinique

Duration:4 Hours

Activity Level: Moderate

Moderate

May involve varying amounts of activity (long walks, rough terrain, basic water play. May not be recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes recommended.

Minimum Age: 1 Years

Travel through the rain forest to one of the best Rum Distilleries of Martinique, with a stop at Balata Church. Then discover Depaz Distillery, and learn about the production process, with a tasting. Shortly after, arrive in Saint Pierre—the most famous place in Martinique, albeit for tragic reasons. The town of Saint Pierre was destroyed by a volcano eruption in 1902 killing 30,000 people—the sole survivor was in fact a prisoner who was being kept in an underground dungeon. Saint Pierre is now France’s 101st City of Art & History. Visit the vulcanology museum; then return to Fort-de-France passing through fishing villages, including Le Carbet, Bellefontaine, and Schœlcher Village.

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Travel through the rain forest to one of the best Rum Distilleries of Martinique, with a stop at Balata Church. Then discover Depaz Distillery, and learn about the production process, with a tasting. Shortly after, arrive in Saint Pierre—the most famous place in Martinique, albeit for tragic reasons. The town of Saint Pierre was destroyed by a volcano eruption in 1902 killing 30,000 people—the sole survivor was in fact a prisoner who was being kept in an underground dungeon. Saint Pierre is now France’s 101st City of Art & History. Visit the vulcanology museum; then return to Fort-de-France passing through fishing villages, including Le Carbet, Bellefontaine, and Schœlcher Village.