Whether you see the Pitons from the Tet Paul Nature Trail or take in the view from the summit of one of its peaks, it’s hard to say you have been to Saint Lucia if you have not visited this amazing World Heritage site. These mountains are also uniquely placed to provide some of the best snorkeling and dive adventures on the island at their base. These ancient volcanic plugs form a natural deep water bay within a protected marine reserve of turquoise clear waters. The Pitons are powerfully alluring and home to four popular dive sites that provide plenty for snorkelers to see too. For more information on the top snorkeling and dive sites on the island visit www.stlucia.org.