From the views to the pool to the service, everything was top notch. Here is how we spent our time!
My Husband and I had such amazing time staying at this villa. From the views to the pool to the service, everything was top notch. Here is how we spent our time!
Day 1: After Being picked up at the airport we stopped at the local supermarket to grab some food and drinks! Once we got to the villa, we unpacked and got ready for dinner at Dasheen. It was amazing, food is great and views are on point!
Day 2: jermal picked us up around 7:30am to start the Soufriere tour with a local breakfast sandwich and juice. We made stops at Tet Paul Nature trail, the sulphur springs, mud baths, torille waterfall and ended with lunch at a local buffet. All od it was amazing. Jermal took beautiful picture of our entire journey as well! We ended the day with dinner at Hotel Chocolat! The View and sunset were pretty! Food and drinks we good but small portions.
Day 3: We had planned on hiking the Pitons but it was storming too badly so we slept, made breakfast and watched a movie! We ordered pizza for lunch and then took a walk down to down before the chef came over to prepare dinner! This is a must do! The food was just amazing! Highly recommend the seafood trio!
Day4: we were picked up by Jermal around 7:45am to head to ATV tour. The tour was so much fun- the black sandy beach is breathtaking. Highly recommend! We hang out by the pool all afternoon and then walked into town for dinner at Orlando’s. this was one of my favorite nights. Orlando is such a nice guy and treated us to a spectacular experience. Highly recommend!
Day 5: Last day… We are hiking the Pitons this morning and then heading to Sandals to finish our stay. This has truly been a once in a lifetime experience and I am so glad that we booked the Saba Villa for our honeymoon. It has exceeded our expectations!
Thank you Janus and his team for everything
Kate & Dale
Kansas City, MO
WEATHER IN SAINT LUCIA
While most places in the world have four well-defined seasons, its proximity to the equator means that this is not really the case for the island of St. Lucia.