Swimming in the infinity pool overlooking Soufriere while listening to Mr. Lionel Richie….What could be better?
Swimming in the infinity pool overlooking Soufriere while listening to Mr. Lionel Richie….What could be better? Literally nothing. This Saint Lucia Vacation has been absolutely perfect.
The food has been utterly delightful, the views breathtaking and service the best ever.
Shane was beyond helpful and truly the backbone of this experience, we could never have planned a vacation so organized and problem free. My mom likes to call him our “Super Man” as he kept us on schedule and organized throughout. Shane boy went above and beyond every single day and always had a smile on his face.
The food recommendations were excellent and we especially loved Hotel Chocolat, Ladera Resort and our favourite, Chef Ramsey.
While Hotel Chocolat & Ladera had undoubtedly some of the best views ever, nothing compared to Chef Ramsey’s Creole Chicken.
The delicious meal had been waiting for us after our long flight with chicken so good that the only natural response was to have it again a couple nights later. I will be dreaming of that Chicken.
Yesterday we hiked the Gros Piton, a real challenge. My dad was convinced we could beat the four hour time, we could not (we came close).
The views were unimaginable (as was the leg pain) and the feeling of accomplishment was like no other. The morning we gave our legs a break and went on the ATV tour. The guides were so kind and knowledgeable and we had a great time. They took us to a private black sand beach that was truly pictureseque.
My dad had a great time and lived his young self’s fantasy, he definitely felt cool and young again, definitely his highlight of the last few days. We also did the mud baths which were super fun although it was quite busy.
Also, I will never stop raving about St. Lucia Cucumbers, you must try!
In summary, it has been a fantastic short stay.
- The Johnsons
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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.