The apartment itself is beautiful, modern and spacious.We would love to come back to St. Lucia one day for 2 weeks
15-22 March 2018
The apartment itself is beautiful, modern and spacious. Child friendly balcony, however due to the location a car is a must. We hired a car during our stay and couldn’t have managed without it. Especially as our daughters are very young and both in push chairs.
Places we visited:
Sugar Beach- We drove there and pain$100 US dollars to go into the resort which included a meal, but we were quickly thrown off the resort side of the beach as hiring sun loungers (from the hotel) would have been another $100 US dollars! There is a public area to the beach which is free (including no charge for sun beds) and we were advised that you can get to Sugar Beach via water taxi from Soufriere sea front (opposite the police station) for about $20 US dollars. If we’d been there longer we would have gone back this way and saved a lot of money! It’s a beautiful beach, good for swimming and worth the visit.
Botanical Gardens- Only a short drive away, 7 US dollars each and pleasant place to visit and walk around.
Drive in Volcano- Very interesting to learn about the history of the volcano and reasonably priced.
It’s also possible to have a mud bath while you’re there but we were unable to do this as the children were too young.
Places to eat:
We would love to come back to St. Lucia one day for 2 weeks (this holiday was supposed to be 2 weeks, but we missed our flight because of the snow ☹
Paul, Caroline, Ruby and Poppy Haggath
This was our first time to St. Lucia but hopefully not our last.
The view from Sapphire 2 has been amazing. Janus and Jamal has taken great care of us.
We did a private boat and land tour with captain cliff that I would highly recommend. Our tour guide took us to Sulphur Springs, a waterfall & Marigot Bay.
Tet Paul Nature Trail is a must see!!
Janus and his people are amazing. If you need anything just ask him.
1. Get small US bills if you are using them
2. Eroline’s Supermarket is close by!
3. Walk to Cagney’s Bar
4. Taxi a water taxi over to Anse Chastanet
5. Hang with the local- bbq is yummy
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.