"Overall, such an amazing trip! If you need anything at all – don’t hesitate to call Janus. We loved our time In St. Lucia and can’t wait to come back Ben and Charlie"
First and foremost, thank you Janus for being such a gracious host! We couldn’t have asked for a better stay on the island!
If you’re like me and the very first you did was pickup this book…..Take a deep breath. The journey to get to the villa is an adventure itself. Like someone else has said, take a trip into town ASAP and get acclimated.
(Hint: the best grocery store is on church street!). Also, google maps app is super handy to get around with (you didn’t need data to use it).
BE WARNED! – it’s better to follow signs for attractions on the island than to GPS them! We typed in Tet Paul on Google maps and it sure did not take us there! Lesson learned.
:) Martha’s Kitchen was closed while we were here, otherwise I’ve heard really great things about it!
A few other tips and insights.....
Overall, such an amazing trip! If you need anything at all – don’t hesitate to call Janus. We loved our time In St. Lucia and can’t wait to come back
Ben and Charlie
Fly in at 4:00, one of Janus’ driver’s picks us up @ the airport in a very pimp ride.
Said driver is also a tour guide of sorts stopping to show us random and beautiful parts of the island on our way in to the city.
Petit Peak for Dinner, best pasta I’ve tasted to date.
"Feeling over the moon, climbing Gros Piton Tomorrow."
Gros Piton - Beautiful views but it kicked my ass quite literally. Worth it? Yes, but I just did it and I am a bit delirious because we ran out of water. DON’T DO THAT.
Anyways, feeling much better (rum helps). Another guide/driver of Janus took us by a BBQ join in the city. Blue walls about a clock or two away.
THIS BBQ CHANGED MY LIFE, can’t remember the name……Chilling by our pool all day tomorrow with desperado’s and Ladera for dinner at sunset.
Lazy and sunburnt by the pool till 5:30, booz run at the local market then dinner at Ladera. MG - best views and food. Get ready to drop some $Tho.
- Kyle says it was worth the $ since we conquered the piton yesterday (Still hurts).
Trek through town to the beach and a few errands tomorrow #vacationallieverwanted.
Up and at it around 10am just in time to hit Fedo’s for some delicious food and walk to the pharmacy for sunscreen then went to the bay/hummingbird beach. Rented chairs and put them in a shade by the loading dock. VERY NICE, ate again and had cocktails at Hummingbird’s Restaurant which was delicious. The chef came out and let us try some raw cut sugar cane. We went back to our chairs but they were being used so we just laid somewhere else for a bit then got a ride home after stopping at Big yard for some BBQ (we like to eat if you can’t tell)
Up early pack everything and get a ride to Anse Chastanet Beach! We walked to Anse Mamin where it was $11.00 per chair USD and the bar opened at 9am food at 12, very good burgers but I recommend BYOB to save $
No snorkeling today, red flag waves were crazy big but it was still relaxing and fun to watch.
We walked back to Anse Chastanet as the sun was setting and enjoyed their bar and restaurant very much. May sleep in a bit tomorrow, sunset cruise at 4pm
Friday TGIF walked down to Fedos for lunch then through the town for some Souvenirs and Boarded a sunset cruise with Mystic Man around 4pm. It was so beautiful. Double rainbows, great people. They had rum punch. We got beer and sweet potatoes fries at Pier 28 right after.
AMAZING NIGHT ready for all day at sugar beach tomorrow.
DAY 7 (OUR LAST DAY) :(
Sugar Beach by 10am got front row in the shade on the public/free side. Beautiful Day! Great snorkeling, pricey drinks and food. I recommend bringing snacks and beer/rum instead. We got picked up just before sunset went to Petit Peak again for dinner which was great. Overall best trip of our lives. I wish I could start over and relive it again and again.
We’re going to start saving and come back asap.
We love you, Janus!
We love you, St. Lucia
Kyle & Leslie
"We take a trip every year during this time and St. Lucia is by far my favorite place to date! Serrana Villa was our home away from home and Janus was a spectacular Host."
We chose Serrana Villa for our birthday celebration and couldn’t be happier! The place is a dream and has everything we could have imagined. We think the pool really, makes the villa spectacular and enjoyed swimming with a cold drink while watching the sun go down (and the bats J). We are very adventurous and appreciate the fact that there was always something fun to so and something beautiful to see! Take it all in and ENJOY!!!
Thank you for a WONDERFUL vacation. I couldn’t imagine it to be any better. We take a trip every year during this time and St. Lucia is by far my favorite place to date! Serrana Villa was our home away from home and Janus was a spectacular Host. He made sure we had everything we needed and even brought us some local homemade bread one night!
I will forever cherish the memories my husband and I made here! THANK YOU!!!
Pittsburgh, PA. USA
Stanley (Up Champs Penguins)
The Villa is incredible! Such a great home base – very relaxing, peaceful and secluded. It’s at the top/end of a very steep, pot-holed filled road. Janus lives right next door, and the side of his house faces the pool which I wasn’t expecting but we never saw anyone or felt bothered by this.
Other guests weren’t lying about keeping food off the counter in the kitchen. The tiny hard to see ant will find it! We put most things in the fridge and the rest in the oven and that solved the problem. The kitchen is stalked with a few plates and bowls, lots of glasses/cups and pots/pans, a micro-wave, blender, toaster, coffee maker, measuring cups, electric hot water kettle and several other utensils.
The plunge pool is amazing and when it runs into the afternoon/evening it sounds like a waterfall- very peaceful. There is a computer with a desktop computer, laundry room outside and under the house (washer only, some detergent is there) and clothes line under the house to hang things to dry.
The guest room is small with just a bed and small closet and the bathroom is down the hall. Great Bathroom! The master Bed & Bath is very spacious with a large closet and double sinks.
Ok enough about the Villa amenities. In short it is a gorgeous Villa, very private and super Comfy. We slept great. The bed and pillows were very comfortable and with A/C on, it was perfect. Now on to
‘’What to do!’’
We arrived at the airport at 2:30pm. We were through customs super-fast (the only plane there) grabbed our bags and went outside. There are lots of vendors / business establishments at the airport. We were looking for Janus’s car rental services to pick up our car but couldn’t find it. Then we realized his employee Bobby, was with the group of people waiting to pick up guests and he was holing a sign with our names on it! He took us to the car, gave us our permits, showed us the basics and we were off! It was about 1 hour drive to the Villa. Thankfully Bobby led us there or we would have been so confused and lost! He even waited while we got some groceries at a large grocery store on the way. When we pulled up at the Villa Janus came out and gave us the warmest greeting, continuously calling us his ‘’new favorite people’’ He seems to genuinely love what he does and we knew he meant it when he said we could call him anytime.
He showed us everything we needed to know and even had some ripe Mangoes and Papaya in the kitchen for us. We were exhausted from traveling so we decided to stay in for the evening, get settled and enjoy the villa. Having free wifi and Netflix is such a great perk to this place.
We slept in then walked to town mid-morning. Go the end of the road the villa is on then go left then take a right at the stop sign and that will take you into town and down the water. Its about a 20 minute with sidewalks only here and there. There is a great cheap bakery (purity Bakery) and grocery store on church street (runs by the church you will walk by on your way into town). We went to Zaka’s Café which is up the street next to Pitit Peak. Half pond of coffee is U.S $18, smoothies (which are more like just fruit juice) are U.S $6. They have a ton of small hand painted wooden masks you can buy for U.S $30. Service was fine but not overly welcoming.
We weren’t prepared for the kids walking around with the animals made out of palm leaves. They give you one or make one in front of you and then of course want money for them. Even if you say you don’t have enough ash they will insist you keep it and then you just feel bad. So either don’t take it in the first place or be prepared to give them a few bucks. They were all super friendly though and fun to talk with. There’s also a friendly guy down by the water which sells beautiful handmade necklace for U.S $10-$15 (negotiable) The locals are all friendly but can be a little bit pushy/over eager to help. They had private cruises available hut for a half day they were U.S $38 and up!! We went in lifestyles to scout souvenirs then made the hot walk back to the villa. Ate a late lunch in, relaxed all afternoon, then dinner at Ruby’s. We got the Haiwano Pizza and it was good. The vibe was wired---cute little tables but they were playing really bad Spanish music videos. We never met the owner. The waitress was nice but didn’t really make conversation. No desire to go back.
Today was fantastic! We did a castaway tour with Zion Lion Farm with Paul Clifford and his sister JoAnne. If you want an authentic St. Lucia experience, this is a must do! It’s U.S $400/couple but includes so much. Got picked up from Soufriere at 9:00am by water taxi (Captain Jannick) and dropped us off on a very secluded beach where Paul and JoAnne were waiting for us. Jannick showed us the bat cave (so many bats) on the way and we saw Jade Mountain, Ladera and Sugar Beach and the Pitons
The beach at Zion Lion Farm was incredible…so picturesque and peaceful. Paul & Jo-Anne immediately made us felt like family. JoAnne showed us some local vegetables and talked to us about everything we would be having for lunch. Paul gave is a cooking demonstration, showing us how they prepare some of the local vegetables, how they make their own carben to cook with, how everything is cooked in the traditional coal pots etc. He even showed us how he serapes all the coconut out of the shell with his machete, so cool!
Everything we had to eat was grown locally from his farm (about hour up the mountain) and we had fresh tuna fish that he had caught that morning. The meal was incredible especially the coconut rice and we feast under a traditional grass hut right on the beach, just the two of us the whole day (9-3:30) was just for us and there was hardly anyone else on the beach. Paul made us some cocktails and we drank fresh Pineapple juice. After the incredible lunch Paul took us on a walk where e showed us all kind of fruits and local medicinal plants and explained their uses (to treat headaches, hypertension, asthma etc.) Paul & JoAnne had some crazy stories to tell!
At the end of the short hike, we got to drink water that was flowing out of the depth of the volcano. We stopped at a beautiful stream on the way back. Later we went snorkeling on the ocean and spent the rest of the afternoon on the beach. Paul gave us a freshly picked pineapple to go back! It was an incredible day. Can’t recommend a tour with Paul enough (Look up Zion Lion Farm on trip adviser).
After we got back to Soufriere, we went back to the villa to relax, then we went to Pier 28, don’t recommend, there was no ambiance, no new food was mediocre and service was lacking.
Today it was raining. I walked into town by myself (hubs wanted to sleep) and only got a few cat calls, felt very safe. Got more sweets from Purity Bakery but got rained on pretty hard on walk home. Around lunch time the rain cleared and we headed out to see some sights!
Tet Paul Nature Trail- Just do it! Gorgeous views, easy ‘’hike’’. Tour comes with a guide and picked some fruits for us to taste along the way. We were the only ones there!
Diamond Waterfall & Botanical Gardens – This is a must do in my opinion. Almost skipped it because we didn’t find it sounded interesting but it was phenomenal. The vegetation is to lush, colorful, dense and beautiful. I must have taken 200 photos! We didn’t get a guide which was great because we could take our time and move at our own pace. There was hardly anyone else there. It was all so breathtaking and a great time. We also really enjoyed the gift shop. I several little local made soaps and an awesome Christmas Ornament. We each got an ice-cream bar and I shared mine with a friendly little black bird. We took our sweet time and spend 1 ½ hours there total. So, glad we went, don’t miss it!
Sulphur Springs & Mud Baths – We did this because we felt like we should. An experience you don’t want to miss. The water is black and smelly, and is 100 degrees F. But its relaxing and did make my skin feel softer. We covered ourselves with light and dark mud they had available in a bucket. Go at 5/5:30, it wasn’t crowded and was pretty peaceful.
We stayed in for dinner and enjoyed an incredible purple clouded sunset from the deck and great day exploring.
It rained and sprinkled all day off and on but we enjoyed a great day at Anse Mamin Beach. We each got a scrumptious (but expensive) burger which was totally worth it! Then swam and relaxed on the beach, the water was warm and the waves were fun! We tried to snorkel but the water was super cloudy, maybe from the rain? The beach was quiet in the morning but busier in the afternoon with a ton of party boats playing loud music going by. We rented chairs 2 for U.S $33. They were the nicer chairs and we got towel service. Unfortunately the chairs under the huts are for resort guests only :( Would have been nice with the rain. On the way home we stopped by torille Falls (not a must see in my opinion) it’s a wonderful waterfall that you can get into. Its cold and feels like a ton of bricks hitting your head. U.S $3 per person. Many locals there. Okay nothing special.
Spent the rest of the afternoon/evening at the villa
P.S -road to Anse Chastanet/Anse Mamin is similar to road to Serrana Villa but it has hairpin turns and the side of the road is a cliff going into water with not guide trails. Terrifying.
Mystic Man Sailboat Cruise – 9:00-12:30!! We kept going back to see if they had any openings and finally they had. Only 4 of us on the catamaran. Just remember to keep your eyes on the land…I got seasick and a cold lemon-lime beverage saved me. We snorkeled in front of the Ti-Kaye Resort. Great Morning and worth the U.S $66 per person.
Lunch at Pitit Peak – WONDERFUL…I’m not sure why this had so many mixed reviews. Food was good and cheap (lots of options for U.S $10 or less) service was friendly and the breeze right on the water was amazing. Had a great local feel. Totally recommend for good and food and great atmosphere.
We tried to run a few errands but it was a holiday so a lot was closed. We run into our Buddy Dennis down by the dock. We bought a necklace from him on one of our first days. I helped him make a little sale y introducing him to the lady on our cruise who said she was looking for jewelry. He was grateful so he gave me three more necklaces for free!
Dinner at Mango Tree Restaurant (at stone-field Resort on way to Sugar Beach) Dinner doesn’t start until 6:30, but we made a reservation for 6:00 for dinner so we could watch the sun set.
AMAZING!!! HIGHLY RECOMMEND
Stunning views, great service, great staff, good food, half the price of Jade Mountain. It’s an outdoor restaurant and we had so much fun watching all of the little lizards, especially the one on our table eating the bugs for us. The staff is in no rush, all very relaxing, peaceful evening and the perfect final dinner for us!
Time to go Home! We’re going to hit Martha’s for lunch on our way t the airport.
Our stay has been exceptional- sorry for the longest journal entry ever. We will miss this gorgeous Villa and wonderful people here but we can’t wait to be reunited with our two small boys (ages 1 & 3) Thanks for a week to Remember!!!
Day 2 in the Amazing Villa! My Boyfriend and I are only there for 2 short nights! Read through the pages before and you will find all the information you need but there is a list of our Favs:
1. Sugar Beach – Go see Randouf for a cool snorkeling tour with drinks ($80US for 2 people, need to bargain or else they’ll charge you $100.
2. Martha’s Tables – Garlic Shrimp was the BOMB!!!
3. La Tille waterfall – met the coolest Rasta Man Andi, taught us some creole slungs and taught us how to jump into the water on the hanging pope swing. Cute puppies will greet you!!
4. Sunset at Ladera – Pricey for drinks but food is average price, same as anywhere else but portions are smaller!
Serrana Escape - St Lucia Vacation Rental Villa
Janus was a great host! We wished the place was available for longer. Two Days in Soufriere is a bit top short. Off to Castries Next!
We enjoyed our stay in this Villa 😊
All the way from Canada, Vancouver B.C
Your Savy travellers
Vanessa & Jed
Motivational Quote from a wise Rastaman in Praslin:
Not one man alive should interfere with you enjoying this Island! -KRIS
We came to Serrana Villa from Scotland to celebrate my husband’s 50th birthday. We loved the stunning views from this ‘’James Bond House’’ and Janus was the perfect host, even bringing us Mangoes, pineapples and fresh bread. He was friendly and welcoming and also provided our hired car for the week which we also recommend.
After spending a night at Laborie Beach, we enjoyed Serrana and many of the other attractions the area has to offer.
What we did:
Thanks for a wonderful home for our time in Soufriere Janus. We will never forget it!
Laura and Ewan
Janus, thank you for a wonderful stay at Serrana Villa! We had a wonderful Honeymoon here! Perfect combination of relaxation and adventure. Thank you Janus!
Janus, thank you for a wonderful stay at Serrana Villa! We appreciate all your hospitality, advice and surprises like mangoes & Coconuts! Our first day here we felt out of our comfort zone. We didn’t know where to get groceries, where the roads were, how to go to different places. Janus assured us by the end of our stay we would know the area and feel like locals. He was definitely right! Serrana Villa is a beautiful home with gorgeous views and has everything you need to settle down and make this place your home. We had an amazing week! We rented a car which we would definitely suggest doing. It allowed us to make out own schedule.
Some places we really enjoyed:
Places we enjoyed Eating: (in no order)
Places we didn’t enjoy:
Janus gave us a cell phone which allowed us to make local cellphone calls. Very helpful! Also keep all food in the refrigerator to avoid ants. They are very small and hard to see, but they will find your food.
We had a wonderful Honeymoon here! Perfect combination of relaxation and adventure. Thank you Janus!
Laura & Alex
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA 😊
St. Lucia has been wonderful – especially Soufriere! Thank you for your hospitality and the gorgeous Views at Serrana Villa.
Day 1: We landed, drove in from UVF. It was a national holiday so not much was open but Janus had the villa stocked for us!!
Day 2: Breakfast at Sugar Beach, followed the Sulphur Spring & Waterfall with Volcano Tour. Then we had a couple’s massage at Spa at Sugar beach (5/5). Lunch at Martha’s Tables which was excellent & affordable local food (4/5). At night, we took a boat (eco dive) to Marigot Bay and had a very nice dinner with Lionfish and mushrooms (5/5).
Day 3: All day at Sugar Beach. The views are beautiful and the floating lounge/rafts are great. However, their rental is very pricey ($50USD/PERSON). Therefore, we stayed in for dinner. Enjoyed the view at Serrana.
Day 4: Chocolate tour and bar making at Hotel Chocolat. The experience was a highlight. The guides are knowledgeable and engaging. We highly recommend. We ate lunch there as well and really enjoyed it (4/5). Afterwards we hiked Tet Paul Nature Trail, which has gorgeous views, well worth the time (1.5 hours).
Day 5: We hiked and recommitted Gros Piton. The trail entrance can sneak up on you, no go slow. The Cost is $35USD/person. Be sure to pack at least 1L of water per person with snacks. The guides are great and the view is breathtaking. The total time it took us was 3.5-4 hours including tie at the peak. Go early as the heat can become oppressive. We returned home to nap and clean up before driving to Cap Maison for dinner in Rodney Bay/Gros Islet (driver time 2 hours). The view and food are worth the drive (5/5).
Day 6: Much needed rest & chill after hike and drive.
Day 7: Brief visit to Anse Chastanet & Anse Mamin before returning to Rodney Bay for a private said with JUS’ SAIL. JUS’ SAIL is Awesome!!! A great crew and ship to enjoy time on the water. We strongly recommend.
Day 8: All day at Anse Chastanet & Anse Mamin. The chairs were either for resort guest or near the dive shops are free. Snorkeling was from $11USD/person/hour. It was very relaxing. The burger at the beach bar were good (3.4/5). We returned, cleaned out before dining at Jade Mountain. This dinner was truly exceptional, ambiance, view, food and staff were all tops!!!! (6/5).
Day 9: Return Home… :(
Our stay in St. Lucia was wonderful!!
1. Rent a car. Get a 4x4 because some of the roads are winding, steep, rocky and full of pot holes! It is super nice to be able to get around on your own and make your own schedule.
2. If you go to the bank to exchange money, the require 2 forms of ID. They specifically wanted to see my Passport and would not let me use 2 driver’s license.
3. Buy a couple of liters of water and keep in the fridge. You can always refill water bottles easier that way.
4. Don’t leave any food on counters or you’ll get ants!!
Janus and staff were incredible and very hospitable and we loved our stay at Serrana Villa!!!
Sarah & James
St. Lucia, what a beautiful island! Serrana Villa provided an amazing stay, way better than any resort could have. Our 9 days on the Island were a true getaway from the busy life of home.
Some of the things we loved about the Island are as follows;
1. Sugar Beach – Best view, between the Pitons, Absolutely Stunning!
-Bay side bar had the beast eats, but on your way, there see if Martha's Kitchen is open… Home cooking to die for!
-Next to the public side of the beach, hit up the local making smoothies, they are delicious and run about $20EC.
-When you enter, and are finding a place to sit, open your towels down in the shade, right in from of the bar. Chairs are $50US/person.
-Janus taxi driver took us to and from both times we visited
2. Anse Chastanet/Mamin Beach
-Best Snorkeling of all the beaches, hands down.
-Can get a little crowded on the small beach, but just head north of the road for 10 minutes to Anse Mamin.
-If you are hungry, stop by the beach grill and grab a creole burger and wings. Amazing to say the least!
-Took a taxi ride there by road and a water taxi back to Soufriere.
Tet Paul Nature Trail - Must do!
-Amazing Views of Both Piton Mountains without too much effort – 40 mins -1hr to go through, guides are informative and answer any question.
-Took a taxi to get there
Botanical Gardens / Diamond Water Fall
-Close to Serrana Villa
-You do not need a guide and can walk at your own pace.
-We did not do the Bath
-Waterfall is beautiful and perfectly worth the entry fee!
Mystic Man Tour (ALL DAY)
-Best Day and Money Spent – U.S $110/person
-Pick up on Pier in Soufriere in the morning, snorkeling and lunch in Marigot Bay all included.
Docked at 4 back in Soufriere. Rum Punch + Piton Beer on ice, never tasted so good out on the water.
-Gros Piton Climb - Fun Hike up the Mountain, we wanted to do early in the morning (7:30am). Great Guide, Chad made the climb a fun experience with laughs sweats and heavy breathing. Views at the top are amazing.
We did most of our eating at the villa and made see of the nice Kitchen. We made a lot of Pit stops at the grocery store, bakery and coffee shop. It was nice to ware up, make some coffee and have breakfast out on the deck looking down on Soufriere and up the Pitons
-Martha's Kitchen (on the way to Sugar Beach)- Must DO! Open on Weekdays
-Bay Side Bar - Sugar Beach Finger Foods.
-Pitit Peak - on the water in Soufriere , great Pasta
-Pounty's Pizza - Sweet Sauce, so good. Better than Ruby's. Open Friday plus Saturdays, 6pm. Order at the Window.
-Ruby;s Pizza & Grill - Quiet and close, can get spendy for what you get. Order the Booze instead of the soda water, its cheaper.
-Beach Grill-Crave Burger, the BEST! Order the BBQ wings too. We loved the Sauce.
-Fedos- very close walk from the Villa, very reasonable and very filling. Local all goes here! And they were right.
Head there, fix lunch early so you have the whole menu to choose from.
-ZAKA's Coffee and smoothies and extruts, very good coffee and we bought a half pound for in the morning at the Villa.
Stopped for smoothies on a hot afternoon, for the walk back up to the Villa.
Soufriere in St. Lucia in the place to be when traveling to St. Lucia. Do not be afraid or hesitant to travel into town @ any hour of the day. Residents are very welcoming and friendly. On the last night, we even go to take in some Soccer @ the Stadium. Everyone was having Fun! You do not get the experience of the Island on the resorts. We had a lovely time here at Serrana Villa, enjoying the pool view and all the comforts of home.
Janus was a tremendous host who is available at any time of the Day. He has a great group of employees that are punctual.
Thank you Janus!
George & Amanda.
The villa had everything we needed. The location is perfect! In fact, I’m not leaving (you can’t make me…okay maybe you can ?
Our eight day “home away from home” was wonderful!! The villa had everything we needed. The location is perfect! In fact, I’m not leaving (you can’t make me…okay maybe you can 😊 ). I can’t say enough about all your drivers. They are prompt (very), reliable, but most of all very nice and informative. We were too wimpy to drive on the left so we had drivers for everything we could not walk to. If you can drive comfortably here, I would. That is our only regret. Although the drivers were always available, we would have enjoyed the freedom to explore (maybe next time)..
As far as what to do, we agree that Tet Paul is a must. We didn’t get to the waterfall (next time). We loved sugar beach and anse chastanet. We paid $100 at sugar beach for the chairs and shade. It was comfortable and relaxing and for us it was worth it. We also stayed overnight one evening at Anse Chastanet Resort. We do that every time we go away (stay somewhere else one night).
We had dinner at Jade Mountain ($500 dinner, but with good wine). It was very nice and the food was excellent. Also the beach restaurant there has excellent plantain and sweet potato chips with guac!
Next time I would like to spend a day at Anse Mamin. We walked there for exercise but didn’t’ stay. It was very pretty and I hear the burgers there are the best.
I should also mention we did a sunset cruise (Mystic Man Tours $66pp). the was def a highlight. It was so much fun! We saw so many dolphins, great must, not crowded, finger foods and plenty to drink. If we had more time I would do one of their day excursions. Now our favorites…dinner 😊
Dasheene – Views were amazing!!! Food was not. Music was great both times we went. So…, go for drinks and apps and the music.
Boucan – Great Views, great food “Except curry chicken, not good). They put chocolate in almost everything so really, lest be honest, how bad could it be (Lava choc cake was amazing).
Jade Mountain – Great views, great good and service $$$...
Petit Peak – Walkable (Although we didn’t). only place open on good Friday. Fun little place on the water. Food was okay but not great. Had an island feel so we liked that.
Hummingbird – Food was good, not great. Planned to go to Orlando’s but it was closed. Good service.
Lunch at Sugar Beach Tapas – Great lunch (twice). With great views. Relaxing!
Mango Tree – Great Views and great food. The fish of the day was fantastic! Beautiful views, nice servers. Went here on our last night but wish we did it earlier because we would have gone back.
We at breakfast at Serrana Villa most days (shopped downtown first day). Enjoyed having quiet breakfast out at the beauty of St. Lucia.
Janus and his team were fantastic. (Hopefully one day he can come to beautiful Cap May NJ and we can reciprocate 😊 ).
We really enjoyed our “Talks” with Janus!! Good luck with everything.
Until Next Time.
Mike + Susan
Cap May NJ