Thank you Janus- an ambassador for St. Lucia. Warm, welcoming and a champion of his country plus a clever entrepreneur.
Thank you Janus- an ambassador for St. Lucia. Warm, welcoming and a champion of his country plus a clever entrepreneur. We’re not going to outline to usual suspect as there is already enough.
Many Island Nature reserve – by Vieux Fort. Most a variety of rare birds +plant life. Access is restricted by organized tours through St. Lucia National Trust. Avoid $82EC PER PERSON. A boat ride takes about 5-10 minutes. 454-5014 or 7122966. The views enable you to see the south of St. Lucia together with the crashing waves of the Atlantic.
Laborie- small history community with a pretty quiet beach – good if you want to stay away from crowds and tourist resorts
Fond Doux - $10 usd pp tour of coffee, banana, mango, citrus, coconut plantation including snacks. The guide ‘’Clinton’’ was so enthusiastic, we thought he might erupt like a Piton. This enthusiasm was infectious and we land this to with the better tour the hotel du chocolat ‘’heskey’’ owned operation.
Anse Cochon beach (ti-kaye next)- $10 entrance + $6 to sulouges , $10 towards your lunch. Uncrowded and beautiful. Plenty of shade. There was less of the institutionalized resort segregation that exist in Sugar Beach
Place Kassav (Anse La Verdire)- Bakery producing mouth-watering cassava bread with smoked herring, salfish to sweet-delicacies such as anomies, chocolate, ginger. A hearty snack - $3 usd
Very lush and tersely island with a stray creole culture.
May _ Alex Fues
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