Our trip of a lifetime is coming to an end! I don’t we could have fit in and more adventures if we tried!
Our trip of a lifetime is coming to an end! I don’t we could have fit in and more adventures if we tried! We spent a lot of time on ‘’Margories;; on Cas En Bas Beach up North. Higggniy Recommend for a Lowkey time getting to know locals, and traveling, Kite surfers. Possibly our favorite event was Horse Back riding from here to Donkey Beach.
We also spend a lot of time in Rodney Bay. The Mall and Marina area areas both have a lot of good restaurants! But primarily we visited a lot of beaches and resorts in this Gorgeous area of Soufriere. Anse Chastanet was one of our Favorites because they didn’t charge is to Enter. They had the best snorkeling and cocktail list. Sugar Beach had the most breath-taking views between the Pitons. We had dinner at their 5star resort during the sunset; it was really top norch service. You have to pay a $50 deposit on your day but it’s worth it. Also, the Sulphur springs and mud baths are a great way to connect with mother nature and the culture of this Island.
They both are quite pricey and touristy but if you travel to the Pitit Piton Waterfall and Mineral baths it’s a little more -true to form. While you’re in Soufriere make sure to visit Fedos. Traditional food with lots of locals. Right place to immerse yourself.
1. Magories, Cas En Bas Beach
2. Anse Chastanet
3. Sugar Beach
4. Mud Baths @ Volcano
Best advice – rent a car and see as much of the island as possible! But avoid Castries during rush hour 😊
Cait, Sam, Will & Steve-O
Portland, Maine, USA
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