July 21- 26
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
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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.