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
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.
Best Things to Do in St. Lucia According to Our Guests and Locals