To Future Guests
This has been the most amazing vacation of our lives! Jermal is amazing and takes care of everything to make our stay special.
Our first night my husband and I went to have dinner at Ladera. It had a spectacular view and the food was delicious. The next day we did the Jermal tour of Soufriere. We had breakfast mango tree and went off on the tour.It was one of my favorite days on the island. Jermal is also an amazing Photographer. The pictures at the mud baths and waterfall looked like it was taken by a professional. He also took us to eat lunch at a local restaurant “The Dream Bar” it is a must go if you want to experience local food. At night we went back to Mango tree for dinner.
On day 2, we decided to be brave and climb Gros Piton. It was tougher than we thought. I am still sore by the time im writing this. After that we had lunch and Piton here by the beach. At night we had chef Ramsey come and cook for us. The food was great and chef is a very upbeat guy. You cannot go wrong with him.
On day 3, we took it easy since we were so tire from the hike on the previous day. We went to the Botanical Gardens and it was beautiful! The waterfall takes your breath away. Also the mineral bath was pretty good for our Sore muscles. We went to the Paradise hotel beach after.
There is this boat juice bar and their Pina colada is a must! Beat Pina Colada ever!!! After a relaxing day at the beach and in the pool we went to eat dinner at Orlandos. Great food, great chef, great environment! 5 star!
This trip has been amazing! The house, the view, jermal, the food and beauty exceeded mine (and im sure everyone’s) expectations
Thank you Janus for everything!
1. Ladera Dinner
2. Chef Ramsey Dinner
3. Orlando’s Dinner
4. Dream Bar lunch
5. Mango tree breakfast
6. Juice bar @ paradise hotel beach – pina colada
7. Botanical Gardens
8. Mud Baths
10. Nature trail
11. Enjoy the Awesome House
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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.