"It was a toss up of where to stay in Soufriere or Rodney Bay. We are so glad we decided on Janus’s lovely apartment here in Soufriere"
Our family came here for a week, not knowing what to expect because it was a toss up of where to stay in Soufriere or Rodney Bay. We are so glad we decided on Janus’s lovely apartment here in Soufriere. The views are amazing, the area beautiful with so many amazing things to do and places to explore. And Janus was just amazing as our host. The fresh bread and fruits were so unexpected and very much appreciated.
There really hasn’t been anything or any plae we didn’t enjoy. We snorkeled at sugar beach which was good and also at Anse Chastanet, where the coral reefs were very cool. Not sure which was better because we were in curacao a few months back where snorkeling was amazing. We liked the beach at sugar beach better than Anse Chastanet (Too many boats) but loved Anse Mamin Beach + hard a great burger there. We ate at the tapas restaurant and bayside sugar at sugar, both were good but quite pricey for lunch, as was Dasheen.
Went to Botanical Gardens & Diamond Falls nice, but disappointed that you can no longer go into the falls.
Went Ziplining at Mourne Courbaril which was a blast for our first time Ziplining. I’m deathly afraid of heights but you feel so secure that I was able to do it and so glad I did.
A little Gem we found was the Piton Falls, it was magical there, so glad we decided to go down there, and on your way to the falls. You have a great view of the Pitons.
Drove into Castries & Rodney Bay to try Splash Water Park on Reduit Beach, had a great time, but the drive to and from was a trip!
Had dinner at Petit Peak ( Pasta + Ribs) at Petit Peak, we all enjoyed the food there. And for our last night we had dinner at Boucan, just amazing. Quite expensive but worth it for our last farewell dinner.
We hope you enjoy your time in Janus’s lovely apartment and take time to soak up all the magic that this wonderful island has. We are sad to be leaving
“Oh Definitively do the Sulphur Springs & mud bath. So amazing!
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.