Grey & Amy. USA
We had a great time here in Soufriere for the second half of our honeymoon in St. Lucia. (First half was in Marigot Bay)
Diamond Botanical Gardens & Waterfall – Beautiful- walking distance from here
Soufriere Beach by Humming Bird Resort- walking distance, lovely beach and water feels great and refreshing, we went 3x
Snorkeling at Sugar Beach – incredible, so many fish, feel like swimming in an aquarium. Took a water taxi there for us$40 so didn’t have to pay an entrance fee.
Gros Piton Hike- guide sets an easy steady pace, so not so hard if you are in shape, but coming down can be a bit tricky so we were a bit sore the next day, but worth it, great view and accomplishment hiking in a rainforest.
Sulphur Springs & mud baths- felt great after the Gros Piton hike relaxing, great for skin.
Fedos – affordable, good food, close
Gens Mwen- along water front, very good and affordable- saltfish and fids and chicken roti, cheap.
Pier 28 – great wings – cheap
Belle Vue-great calalou soup and fish fries but pricey for more entrees
Zaka’s – great coffee and smoothies
Mango tree-was our spurge – buffet ($50 per person) was incredibly delicious with an outstanding view of the Pitit Piton
Street foods – fun to try! Fried bakes, sandwiches
Bakery on the street down to the beach- great bread and scones
Bought candies and fruits, peanut bottle types. Treats from a lady at I think it was called carneys bar on the way down to the beach (buy fruit from the street)
Thank you Janus and your team for a great stay! You all were very helpful with rides and reservations! Very friendly and helpful team we had an awesome time. Thank you!
Greg & Amy Larson
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.
Tips, and Insights about the best things to do, places to go, people/things to avoid