Thank you Janus for your vision and for bringing this home to travelers appreciate not staying at a overpriced resorts and having beautiful private accommodations.
We stayed 3 nights to explore the area of Soufriere. Janus is very friendly and happy to be having travelers and providing. it’s so nice to have a great host.
We travelled with our 3 young boys. the Sulphur springs and mud baths was a favorite, soaking in the warm mineral water and covering in mud really did seem to be good for the skin and was fun for the boys also! helped my husband’s psoriasis.
Sugar beach is beautiful, and worth a visit but maybe by water taxi is better if you want to drive there its $50us. At the beach, they make you stay in a small little patch of sand – 90% of the beach is for viceroy guests only and they patrol to make sure you abide.
We walked down to have an adventure out of it. It was a long hot walk down a steep road and we were regretful of the choice when it was time to come back. paid $10us to park in a private parking at the top.
if you are a hiker and in shape it’s no different than hiking to the beach, if you want to save the money. if you plan a day of it and plan to eat there then it is worth it to pay $50us because it is a credit toward food and drink, their way of ensuring you spend some money there!
We were not much impressed with the waterfalls. they are all very small and tourist traps, not like what we have enjoyed on other islands and you must pay on entry to each one; we were expecting rainforest and swimming in the falls.
Mango tree was awesome for dinner, wish we had gotten there before sunset as the view likely would have been incredible! very pricey but it was the best meal we had here, worth the treat. Soufriere is a stunning area, candy for the eyes. we stayed north of the island for the first half of our trip in Castries. It is a different vibe. we enjoyed Margot bay and taking the water taxi to the picturesque bay beach.
Also, did the Tet Paul natural hike. it is a very easy tour, not much walking, and was easy for the kids. Nice to get a guide to show you native flora fauna. the photos you’ll take at the top view point are totally worth the trip there. People will tell you your photos are too good to be real!
Sargas is a beautiful villa, views are stunning! location is great. beds are comfy, kids loved the pool. Thank you Janus for your vision and for bringing this home to travelers appreciate not staying at a overpriced resorts and having beautiful private accommodations.
We would highly recommend to anyone traveling to St Lucia.
Melissa, Phil , Owen, alder, & Wyland
Saratoga , NY usa
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.