We are beyond glad that we opted to stay here instead of a resort, because Janus’s concierge service is even better than any resort could offer.
Bridget & bill 1st part of honeymoon
WOW! What an amazingly perfect way to kick off a honeymoon. We are beyond glad that we opted to stay here instead of a resort, because Janus’s concierge service is even better than any resort could offer. The villa is perfect for relaxing with unparalleled views and centrally located to whatever your’re trying to accomplish on your trip!
Arrived around 3:30. Ran to grocery store (by car) for some essentials. Had a 7:30 reservation at Mango tree- fun ambiance and live music but would pass on next time. Food was not very good for the price.
land and sea tour with Solomon. Solomon was amazing. He is able to set you up with any tour you want in St. Lucia. He picks you up in his car to take /escort you to the mud baths ad waterfall and then brings you to his boat for snorkeling at Amse Chastanet and Sugar Beach. All private and all before the crowds! This is truly the best way to see St. Lucia like a local. Can’t recommend Solomon enough! His mom even delivered us dinner later that night!
lots of fun laying by the pol and relaxing! The views and villa are too amazing not to spend a day or several just enjoying. Walked into town later for a drink at Whispers and dinner at Pier 28. Both were okay- real spot was the new beach bar area. Tons of locals and great casual food on the beach!
Janus even came by to bring us fresh coconut!
Hiked Gros Piton. It is not easy! Very doable. If in good shape but still rigorous. Good hiking shoes and 6l water! Very worth it.
Came back to relax at the villa and had Dillon (Janus's driver) take us t Mango tree, groceries, anywhere! St. Lucia Uber) pick us up for Dasheen at Ladera. Our favorite place to eat by far. More on the expensive side but the food was great and views were way worth it. Highly recommend
Thank you Janus for everything
Bill & Bridget
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.