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I had such a great time on this hike. It is arduous at times but so beautiful. I would recommend going with a guide or at least a group. You do need to use a rope/climbing gear to get in/out of the crater and it...More
Let me preface this by saying do NOT do this unless you are physically fit and able to do strenuous moving, climbing, hiking for MORE than 5 hours straight. THIS WAS THE BEST THING EVER!!!!! We had Paul as our guide and he was just...More
The difficulty of this hike depends purely on your fitness level and expectations. I had a really hard time figuring out what kind of hike this would be when reading reviews because there were people on both ends of the spectrum, a few saying it...More
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed the hike/climb! Challenging and fun! It was a gorgeous hike through the tropical forest. The views along the way are amazing and make the hike/climb worth it. Make sure that you are in great physical condition. Of our group...More
My husband, son and grandson hiked to Mt. Liamuiga while in St. Kitts. They are "seasoned" hikers and needless to say, this hike was very challenging. They enjoyed their hiking guide, James, from Greg's Safaris. My suggestion is to be "in shape" for this hike....More
My wife and I took a group of teenagers up to the top of Mt. Liamuiga last week, and it was one of the highlights of our trip to St. Kitts. We hired Poincaina Tours, and Hilton was our guide. He is known as Volcano...More
If you're an active person and explorer, then this hike is for you! Hiking Mount Liamuiga was the highlight of our trip to St.Kitts. You're hiking through a beautiful tropical rainforest. The journey on the way up and the view at the top is memorable...More
Liamuiga is a dormant volcano that gets its name from Kalinago (the Native name for the island meaning “fertile island”). The crater is about 1 mile in diameter and has a depth of about 500 to 900 feet depending where you are on...More
I’ve been wanting to do this hike for a while and it did not disappoint at all!
Such a great climb up to the summit, climbing over rocks and exposed roots, under and over fallen tree trunks, through heavy foliage and mini canyons.
Good hike, I did it with my dad and he is 68, so not very complicated. You just need good shoes as it is mostly in real rain forest. I don’t know, why someone needs guide, it is single trail without any complications. The view...More