Feteisha Summer Tour
Crop Over + Anguilla Summer Festival + Spicemas
August 01st to August 14th, 2024.
Join the summer celebrations with Feteisha as we revel in three spectacular carnivals over the course of just 14 days: Crop Over, Anguilla’s 50th Summer Festival, and Spicemas. Let’s party!
Prepare yourself for an extraordinary summer adventure like no other! Feteisha is thrilled to extend a warm invitation to all party enthusiasts to join us in celebrating three exhilarating carnivals in the span of just 14 days. Our journey begins with the vibrant and electrifying Crop Over festival, followed by the historic Anguilla 50th Summer Festival, and culminating in the fiery rhythms of Spicemas. If you’ve ever experienced Feteisha’s energy and vibe, you know that this summer is going to be nothing short of spectacular.
Crop Over, Anguilla’s 50th Summer Festival, and Spicemas – these three iconic events will be your passport to a whirlwind of music, dance, and culture. With Feteisha as your host, you can expect an unparalleled level of enthusiasm and fervor that will keep the party spirit soaring high. Our aim is to create unforgettable memories as we revel in the rhythms of the Caribbean, and we’re inviting you to be part of this pulsating celebration.
What’s included in your Feteisha Summer Tour experience?
Your choice of single or double occupancy at:
- Barbados: South Gap Hotel, Aug 01 to Aug 07
- Anguilla: La Vue Inn, Aug 07 to Aug 11
- Grenada: Coyaba Beach Resort, Aug 11 to Aug 14
Airport Transfers and Ground Transportation
Pick-up from and drop-off is available to and from both airports on the island. We arrange daily transportation (private or group) from your accommodation to the events on your itinerary in comfortable, air-conditioned vehicles. Additional transportation services are available on request at an additional cost.
The flights from Barbados to Anguilla and from Anguilla to Grenada are already included in the arrangements. Please keep in mind that you need to book your flights for your arrival in Barbados and your departure from Grenada separately.
Female backline or male costume from Zulu International in Barbados, Feeloje Experience in Anguilla and Lavish the Band in Grenada. You can upgrade to a frontline costume subject to availability. Costume pickup and delivery are included. You’ll be parading through the streets in your stunning costume, grooving to the delightful tunes played by live bands and talented DJs. Plus, there will be a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, as well as food, available all day long to ensure you stay energized and refreshed.
J’ouvert Morning Experience
J’ouvert promises to be an unforgettable experience. We’ll be joining Caesar’s Army A.M. Bush in Barbados, and Lavish the Band in Grenada in the early morning for the J’ouvert fete, where we’ll revel in oil, paint, powder, and water.
In the specially lighted caverns at Harrison’s Cave, view the majestic stalactites and stalagmites which have been growing from the floors and ceilings for many centuries. Cascading through the caves, the crystal blue waters form magnificent pools and waterfalls, filling the senses with sights and sounds of such pure wonder.
St. Nicholas Abbey at Cherry Tree Hill
St Nicholas Abbey is located in Saint Peter, Barbados, and is a plantation house, museum and rum distillery Colonel Benjamin Berringer built the house in 1658. This house is one of only three genuine Jacobean mansions in the Western Hemisphere. It’s similar to the English Jacobean-era manor houses of the first half of the seventeenth century, the period between the Tudor and Georgian styles, beginning in the reign of James I.
Oistins Fish Fry
Friday night Fish Fry is an absolute MUST when visiting Barbados. Locals and tourists gather in Oistins for a fun evening of fried fresh fish, dancing and reggae tunes.
Anguilla Poker Run
The Anguilla Poker Run stands out as one of the Caribbean’s freshest boat party experiences, offering a fusion of delectable cuisine, vibrant music, stunning beaches, and an exhilarating dose of adrenaline. Attendees embark on a journey that encompasses beach-hopping across five pristine shorelines, each hosting a unique set of activities.The adventure commences at Johnno’s beach bar, where you can indulge in a delectable breakfast to kickstart the day’s festivities.
Grenadian “Oil Down”
Oil down, Grenada’s national dish, is a melting pot of its cultural history. It is made of local veggies, salted meat and aromatic spices. It’s a dish prepared cookout-style at social gatherings, where everyone brings something to put into the pot.
An enchanting waterfall embraced by lush ferns and verdant foliage. This magnificent waterfall stands at a height of 30 feet, continuously fed by the refreshing waters flowing from the nearby mountain streams. These waters gracefully cascade over a rocky ledge, creating a pristine pool below that glistens like emerald, especially on sunny days.
Grand Etang Lake
Nestled within the heart of the Grand Etang Forest Reserve lies the captivating Grand Etang Lake, a naturally formed water body cradled within the crater of a dormant volcano. This freshwater lake sits at an elevation of 530 meters above sea level and spans approximately 36 acres in size.
Meet and Greet
Get to know your fellow Soca Islanders who will be jumping alongside you for the week.
- Lush Cooler Party
- Mimosa Breakfast Party
- Bliss Summer Inclusive
- Limerz Cruise
- Eyes Wide Shut
- Anguilla Poker Run
- Beach Parties
- Sunny Side Up All Inclusive
- Biggest White Party
Professional photos by our group photographer who will be with us for all the events and the street parade.
So, mark your calendars and pack your fetting shoes because Feteisha’s summer carnival experience promises to be a once-in-a-lifetime journey through the heart of the Caribbean’s most vibrant festivities. Whether you’re a seasoned carnival-goer or a first-time reveler, our events cater to everyone. Join us and let Feteisha’s infectious energy and unbeatable vibe make this summer an unforgettable celebration of music, culture, and pure joy. It’s time to dance, laugh, and create lasting memories – see you on the carnival route!
Feteisha Summer Tour payment plan.
Initial Deposit: 15%
Final Payment due on or before May 03, 2024
Soca Islands provides you with the most flexible payment plan making it super easy and affordable to book your Feteisha Summer Tour experience by asking for payments in three installments. Your 15% deposit is due upon booking, followed by 35% of the total cost due 30 days after booking. The remaining 50% is due 60 days before your trip.
For bookings made between 90 and 60 days before the start date of the experience, 50% of the total cost of the experience must be paid upon booking.
Bookings made between 60 days and 30 days before the start date of the experience, 100% of the total cost of the experience must be paid upon booking.
Feteisha Summer Tour travel information.
Time Zone: GMT -04:00
Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar, 1.00 USD = 2.60 XCD
Driving: On the left
Electricity: 110V and 220V
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When it comes to navigating St. Vincent and the Grenadines
- Taxi: The most convenient mode of transportation is by taxi, readily available on St. Vincent and the larger islands like Bequia, Mustique, and Union Islands. While the government sets taxi rates, taxis typically don’t have meters, so it’s advisable to agree on the fare with the driver before embarking on your journey.
- Car Rental: Rental cars are an option on St. Vincent, but it’s important to note that the roads can be quite challenging to navigate due to their narrowness and occasional potholes. Additionally, driving is on the left side of the road.
- Public Transport: Public transport primarily consists of minibusses and vans. Hailing a bus is similar to flagging down a taxi, and drivers will let you know if their route aligns with your destination. Bus rides are cost-effective, but keep in mind that they can be crowded and slow, as they serve as the primary mode of transportation for locals.
- Ferry: Several ferry companies provide daily services connecting the islands of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Ferry schedules and routes can vary depending on the season, so it’s essential to check with the ferry company for the most up-to-date information before planning your island-hopping adventures.
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Where to Stay in St Vincent and the Grenadines
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