The Best weekend getaway
Aug. 30 – sept. 2 2019
We arrived late on Friday night from UVF, didn’t stop at Massey Stores as recommended but did stop at cool Breeze gas station for essentials to get us through the night. To put surprise Janus r=provided juice and water for us which was really nice of him.
The apartment is clean, well kept, and had all essentials required to prepare breakfast. On our way up we noticed all the tourist attractions, so I’d say it is an ideal location especially if you intent to visit these attractions. We rented a vehicle from the airport, it was most convenient, and I didn’t mind driving.
Took the Tet Paul Nature Trail walk – us$10 per person. The tour was great, tour guide very informative, the views were amazing. A lot of IG worthy pics were taken. This was a good way to start the day. Nice local meal & fresh fruit juice. The price was reasonable. It's located after Diamond waterfall. Took a drive north of the Island. Rodney Bay Mall area & Reduit beach & Castries Market& town stop (nice church square). Dinner at Valelse Bar at the end of the street.
Our first stop was Diamond Waterfall & Botanical Gardens, lots of plants to see and of course the waterfall is fantastic. We skipped the mineral bath because we were headed to the Sulphur Springs next. I suggest you get your souvenirs there, I did not notice any items being sold at any of the attractions we stopped at (I am a collector). Sulphur springs & Drive in Volcano. This was amazing, a true wonder. As our tour guide said you haven’t been to St. Lucia if you if you have not visited this attraction. The baths were good, Best Facial ever.
The last stop Anse Chastanet Beach Resort for dinner. On the way up there are a couple of places you can stop and take photos of the Pitons. Dinner was pricey but worth it for us.
Back home to reality. LOL.
Thank You for your accommodation, we had a great time. My mom & I thank you. One island to another 😊
Nathifa & Marlene- Trinidad & Tobago
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.