You can see all over. The nations capital. Another thing you have a great view of the cruise ships. Lastly the view is lovely
About Morne Fortune
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Great view from the top,and insight into the living conditions of some off the locals.Makes you think how lucky we tourists are.
An attractive historic site above Castries. Well worth visiting for an inspiration get into previous conflict history on the island. Many of the old buildings have been reused and are now part of the community college. Whilst there is some signage and interpretive trail would...More
This is worth visiting for the views of Castries. Unfortunately there isn't much in the way of signage to help you get here nor is there much (anything) to explain where you are and what the history is about. Too bad.
Morne Fortune or 'Hill of Good Luck' is the mountain, which rises behind the capital, Castries, giving spectacular views of the city below. On the way up - car or taxi recommended, you pass the British Colonial style Governor General's Residence, which is worth a...More
A short stop is all you really need here, just to make some nice photos of Castries, its harbour, your cruise ship (?), etc. On the top of the hill there are some old military buildings, a college, a war cemetery, some canons and guns,...More
A beautiful place on the outskirts of the capital city. The view of the city and Castries bay and from the look-out point is amazing.
Well we revisited this interesting area above Castries on the wettest day imaginable. It was still a fascinating glimpse into the military past of the island. Our superb taxi driver, Sadiq,came with us and waited while we went with the guide onsite. These men are...More
This was a stop on our tour of the island. We took many pictures here. A must do is to purchase some fresh bananas. They are so sweet and absolutely wonderful.
St. Lucia is filled with numerous vantage points and this is no different. The view from Morne Fortune allows you to have a panoramic view of Castries and the harbour. There is no need for a long stay, a few minutes is all you need...More