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- Not a huge island, not alot to do, nice for a walk, will take maybe 30mins-ish to walk from one end to the other and up the fort and the hill, which will give you really good views of the bay.
There are a couple of small but really nice beaches (you will need to pay if you want a sun lounger) but the water is clear and the beaches completely sandy.
Nice small restaurant on there, we got some chicken wraps and they were fresh really nice with friendly staff.Written 5 December 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Zakiya was our host, and words can't describe how wonderful she was. This woman deserves a raise times 10. The food was absolutely amazing and worth the trip alone. But when I come back I want to make sure Zakiya will be there!! 5 out 5 easilyWritten 20 September 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- From the outside it is not impressive. Inside is a completely different story. Beautiful and well maintained. Definitely worth seeing.Written 2 August 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Hired driver for the day - this was one of the stop points , lovely place .Good bars / restaurants scattered along the wayWritten 8 August 2022
- Being in nearby Rodney Bay we felt we had to go and see what the street party was about.
To be honest I felt a little apprehensive about the area and the fact that we were going somewhere with so many people about, however I need not worry. We went fairly early around 7.30 and asked our taxi to come back for us at 10 as we are not late birds.
The party was only just getting started when we arrived and only seemed to start get going around 8.30ish. This gave us a perfect opportunity to get our food ahead of the crowds. My husband couldn’t resist the half lobster at EC100 seemed very reasonable. I being the fussy eater opted for chicken and noodles. Whilst my husband was in heaven with his lobster I not being a lover of garlic didn’t really enjoy mine as everything was laced heavily with garlic.
There are loads of people selling drinks from little stalls however we opted to go into a bar to get ours which were really reasonable EC20 for a local rum and coke and JD and coke.
Music I was expecting to hear lots of Reggae music however it was more UK dance music which really got the crowd going.
Tips wear cool clothes, don’t overdress and flat shoes as the streets are very uneven.Written 6 November 2022
- Good guide for the 'volcano'. If you have been to others, like Rotura or Yellowstone then you will not be overwhelmed, but you're here & might as well see it, if you're doing the mud.
Come early or later, avoid the rush. I think this actually did make a difference to my skin. It was a bit of fun, so why not?Written 1 December 2022
- Brilliant fun - a must do experience.
I had so much fun, that it became a everyday activity with my children. Just do it everyone would say! and then do it again and when you need a break, stop and chat to the life guards - Dalton, Earl and Aden, who can give you the insights to St Lucia, local news and much more.
Great times & memories that I did not expect, thanks to all at the park.Written 11 November 2022
- The gardens are beautiful. The tour of these gardens are done with a guide (who work for tips). Our guide was extremely knowledgeable about the plants. Although, he seemed almost robotic and rushed in the way he described everything. Probably because he's done the tour many, many times before. While walking around, we saw other people enjoying the gardens without a guide. Going at their leisure. Which made me wonder how that came about, since I felt we were somewhat rushed through. Perhaps they stayed after their guide left? Perhaps they had been there before and requested not to have a guide? I don't know. Had this not been the last stop on our taxi tour for the day and we were tired and still had a 1.5 hour drive back to our hotel, I may have asked if we could spend more time. We ready to get back to the hotel and hit the pool.Written 27 June 2022
- We visited here on the way back from our Catamaran tour, would definitely made a separate visit had we stopped off earlier in our holiday - very pretty.Written 27 July 2022
- Know all about the ground from TV in the UK but nothing treats you like a visit. Ground looks amazing and staff were very friendly. Well worth a little detour espies you like cricketWritten 2 March 2022
- A stop for many of course, tour groups after tour groups. Lots of local vendors available to sell items as well. Not a long stop but a beautiful one for a photo op.Written 19 June 2022
- I saw the cable car ride on the TV back home and knew it was something I wanted to do when visiting St Lucia. Pick up was great and on time from our hotel and transfer wasn’t actually too long, about half an hour. On arrival we were met by our guide JC a charming and funny young man who was very knowledgeable. The cable car ride is so peaceful and scenery from the top point is amazing so I’m glad I did this trip. You are later provided with a free drink before being put on the bus to return to your hotel. Nice way to spend a few hours and on a plus side the higher up you travel in the cable car the cooler it gets. A bonus as the weather was so humid during our stay.
Only things I didn’t enjoy, prior to getting on the cable car you are put into a group of 8 and need to line up so they can work out who should sit where in the car. This is to evenly distribute the weight. I understand this needs to be done but felt like being back at school being picked for the sports team. We were sat in the middle of the car (obviously to balance the car). The cable cars have a roof cover to keep you dry ish however the middle seats are directly under where the cable meets the car and there is a hole in the roof cover for this. By the time I got back down I had oil dripped on my white top from the hole.Written 7 November 2022
- Paul has a little slice of Heaven on a secluded beach that has zero tourists- just locals and travelers interested in authentic cultural experiences. We learned so much from Paul- he showed us how to cook a traditional meal using vegetables he grew on his farm. He told us abt the history of the island, the slave trade, his ancestors and how they taught him abt medicinal plants and Caribbean cooking. He gave us a tour of his farm and the forest but we still had plenty of time to just relax on the beach. We felt like we experienced the real St Lucia for a day- it was the highlight of our trip!Written 15 February 2020
- The volcano is more like a giant crater. Not what we expected, but still pretty cool. Be prepared, it smells like rotten eggs, but you will get used to it.Written 20 July 2022
- This beach has a little of everything for everyone. Entrance is in the middle of the beach near "Spinnaker's" restaurant. Spinnaker's is a great beach restaurant/bar right on the beach serving local cuisine as well as a good burger and plenty of beer/drinks. For a quieter & more relaxing beach experience when entering the beach by Spinnakers take a left and head south. It's a very peaceful section of the beach with calm water. Walk to the White lifeguard stand and ask for Mervin, he can set you up with a beach chair and umbrella . He can get you buckets of local Piton beer as well. Very nice guy and the umbrella & chair combo are well worth it. There are several vendors at the main entrance by Spinnakers and several walk up/down the beach but a simple "No thank you" is all that's needed. I do recommend getting a coconut from "Bernard" he walks up & down the beach selling coconuts (he cuts them open with a machete and gives you a straw to drink with it. He also mixes an amazing rum drink with the coconut water which is delicious. Bernard may be one of the nicest people we've met on the island. Another recommendation is getting a roti from "Liz". She also walks up & down the beach and makes homemade roti's (chicken or fish) and they are fantastic. She also makes a homemade hot sauce that is out of this world. The last person I'd recommend is Jackie. She is hard to find, tucked back in the beach between Spinnakers and the life guard stand to the left. She braided my daughters hair and is a very sweet lady. Super kind and gentle. Most of the locals are very gentle people with kind dispositions. I agree with what others say in that you can expect to be encountered to buy something right when you enter and that can be annoying and isn't my cup of tea...however the 4 people I mentioned above are the cream of the crop and by planting yourself to the south part of the beach it's much calmer and peaceful.
For activity our kids rented Jet-Ski's on the beach and also enjoyed the water park on the very north side of the beach. You really could spend an entire day on this beach and do water sports/activites, rest/relax, have food & drinks, etc. It's a pretty beach with views of Pigeon Island. The northern part is more crowded with activity and the Southern half is calmer/quieter and you can enjoy both.Written 9 May 2022