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Anse La Raye, St. Lucia
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This beach is amazing. I wish I was still there! The water is cool and the Black sand beach is lovely.

Thank Andrea B
Reviewed June 30, 2018

We stopped here for a while on our way back to the resort. It was an amazing time. The beach was clean, the sand was soft and free of rocks. There was a large variety of fish and other ocean creatures to keep us entertained...More

Thank dfarnham2018
Reviewed April 30, 2018

My husband and I took our three kids snorkeling here and it was amazing. See my review of Ti Manji Restaurant at the Ti Kaye resort for tips on how to enjoy a day of snorkeling here. Much better snorkeling here than at Anse Chastenet...More

Thank Jennifer B
Reviewed April 6, 2018

If you are visiting Anse Cochon drive to Ti Kaye and go to the reception. You will pay to drive your car down to the parking at the beach. The price includes sun loungers and only adults have to pay. The price you pay to...More

2  Thank tlassen2016
Reviewed April 5, 2018

Great beach to snorkel from. Good sand and great amount of colourful fish to see. Can be visited by boat or car, but access road is pretty bumpy so be careful!

1  Thank Julie M
Reviewed March 22, 2018

We had enough choices at the beach bar and the beach dudes were always there to help get you food and drink delivered right to your chair. The beach is public, so be prepared to be bombarded with tourists by water tours. They only stay...More

1  Thank Cathy S
Reviewed March 18, 2018 via mobile

The beach is pretty enough and there is snorkeling but too many large boats arrived and pulled in very close to the shore. This made it much less tranquil.

Thank susan m
Reviewed February 22, 2018

We got here in the morning before some of the tour boats arrived. It’s a beautiful small beach. We drove in to the Ti Raye Resort and accessed the beach on a $10 USD day pass. The road is rutted at spots so drive slowly,...More

Thank Ruth Ellen S
Reviewed January 18, 2018 via mobile

Beautiful spot to relax on the beach and do some snorkelling. We actually had better a better selection of fish here than further up the coast near the Piton’s. The beach was really quiet while we were there for the afternoon and the locals weren’t...More

Thank Ryan O
Reviewed December 22, 2017

We had rented a boat for 1/2 day when in St Lucia and the boat drivers brought us to Anse Cochon Beach for some beach and snorkeling fun. Snorkeling just close to the beach itself was sooo gorgeous. Highly recommended if are to pick some...More

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Lynn I
August 13, 2015|
Response from At0165 |
We litterally just got back from here. We rented a car, a sedan, and made it barely. There is about a 2 mile stretch of really crappy roads. Once you get to the reception area, where we parked there are about 190 steps... More
Lynn I
August 13, 2015|
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Response from Saintlysinner | Reviewed this property |
Hi we stayed at the Ti Kaye resort and the road is very bumpy. However if you go slow in the van it should be ok. We had a one litre car and managed it slowly but surely. With the car park it depends where you park if you... More
January 4, 2015|
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Response from MommyTess | Reviewed this property |
We snorkeled from a boat, so I do not know. So sorry!