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Wallilabou Heritage Park and Falls

Wallilabou Heritage Park and Falls - Barrouallie, St Vincent and Grenadines

Duration: 4 to 5 hrs
Location: Barrouallie, St Vincent and Grenadines

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Wallilabou Heritage Park and Falls- Size doesn’t matter with this site. Though relatively small, the fall and its small pond is quite enjoyable for all ages ... More info ›

Wallilabou Heritage Park and Falls- Size doesn’t matter with this site. Though relatively small, the fall and its small pond is quite enjoyable for all ages. The fun-sized waterfall is complimented by a tree sheltered recreational park. You have not lived life to the fullest if you have not been there. Facilities include information/welcome booth, restaurant, bar, bathrooms, gazebos, benches and parking.The other stops on this tour are as follows: Fort Charlotte, Fishing Town of Layou and Barrouallie, Pirates of the Caribbean Movie Set at Wallilabou Bay and Buccama Beach.

Wallilabou Heritage Park and Falls- Located on the leeward coast of the island, 2 minutes drive from Wallilabou Bay- site of the film set for The Pirates of the Caribbean movie. Size doesn’t matter with this site. Though relatively small, the fall and its small pond is quite enjoyable for all ages. The fun-sized waterfall is complimented by a tree sheltered recreational park. This was also the water catchment area for the water operated Arrrowroot Factory that cease operation in the early 1980's. It is now a major stop for cruise customers traversing the leeward coastline because of its cool setting and clean washroom facilities. You have not lived life to the fullest if you have not been there. Facilities include information/welcome booth, restaurant, bar, bathrooms, gazebos, benches and parking. The other stops on this tour are as follows: Fort Charlotte, Fishing Town of Layou and Barrouallie, Pirates of the Caribbean Movie Set at Wallilabou Bay and Buccama Beach. 

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The set of the Pirates of the Caribbean Tour (Walliabou)

The set of the Pirates of the Caribbean Tour (Walliabou) - Barrouallie, St Vincent and Grenadines

Duration: 4 to 5 hrs
Location: Barrouallie, St Vincent and Grenadines

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$50.00

The set of the Pirates of the Caribbean (Walliabou)- This site is the actual set for Port Royal of the infamous movie, “Pirates of the Caribbean”. Watching or hearing about the movie is one thing, experiencing it is another! There is an abundance of props and costumes remaining onsite so one can dress up and look like a real life pirate ... More info ›

The set of the Pirates of the Caribbean (Walliabou)- This site is the actual set for Port Royal of the infamous movie, “Pirates of the Caribbean”. Watching or hearing about the movie is one thing, experiencing it is another! There is an abundance of props and costumes remaining onsite so one can dress up and look like a real life pirate. There are lots of photos and shooting schedule from the movie that was done in 2002 (part#1) and 2005 (part #2 & #3). If you haven’t already seen the movie, that is definitely going to change after this visit. The other stops on this tour are as follows: Fort Charlotte, Fishing Village of Layou and Barrouallie, Walliabou Recreational Park and Buccama Beach.

The set of the Pirates of the Caribbean (Walliabou)- This site is the actual set for the Pirate town, Port Royal, of the infamous movie, “Pirates of the Caribbean”. Watching or hearing about the movie is one thing, experiencing it is another! There is an abundance of props and costumes remaining onsite so one can dress up and look like a real life pirate. There are lots of photos and shooting schedule from the movie that was done in 2002 (part#1) and 2005 (part #2 & #3). If you haven’t already seen the movie, that is definitely going to change after this visit. Facilities include parking, restaurant, bar and washroom. The other stops on this tour are as follows: Fort Charlotte, Fishing Village of Layou and Barrouallie, Walliabou Recreational Park and Buccama Beach.

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