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This is located right next to the Grande St Lucian which provides a safe and short walk from the resort. The fee to enter is $8 per person and very much worth the small fee. There are two different “peaks”/paths that can be taken that...More
Shuttle Bus from Bel Jou to the Park Gates, climbed up to the fort and then a hot trek to the point with some great views. Had a wander around the old barracks and cook house before going down to the beach and the restaurant...More
This had short hikes up the two hills that gave you wide ranging views across the island, down the west coast and even of Martinique. The paths are steep at times, and you have to carefully step up and over rocks at others. Admission is...More
Pigeon Island is not an island at all. When Rodney Bay Marina was constructed it made the sand build up to form the causeway. There is an small entrance fee, even if you just want to eat at one of the restaurants inside the Fort...More
We loved it here so much we came twice! The first day we did the hike to both peaks which was easy because we took it slow, the walks are both very short, just a bit steep. There is a really lovely cafe at the...More
We spent a couple of hours on Pigeon Island.
First walking up to the Fort with it's excellent views of the bay.
Then down to relax on sun beds by the sea. Swimming is safe for all age groups.
Snorkelling equipment to hire for 10...More
Hi, I'm going with some of my female friends and we're looking to have an active vacation in St. Lucia. We're considering staying Soufriere. If you've been to St. Lucia, could you tell me if this itinerary is realistic? Thursday, March 16, 2017 3:00 pm everyone arrives Rent car Dinner in Soufriere Friday, March 17, 2017 Pigeon Island National Park Castries - lunch, shopping Marigot Bay - dinner Saturday, March 18, 2017 Anse Chanset resort Scuba Beach Massages ...More
March 04, 2017|
Hi, Your itiniery will work. I would question why travel all the way (90 mins ew) to Pigeon Island/Castries in such a short visit. Pigeon Island is great but shopping is really a non event in SL. Your Sunday is a bit crowded so you could do some of that on Friday instead? If you do do Castries have lunch at the Pink Plantation House. Great lunch and art/pottery gallery all in one STEVE
Staying at Ginger Lily - walking? (10 Replies)
Hello, I'll be staying at the Ginger Lily this month for a few days and, not being able to hire a car as I don't drive, I was wondering how easy it will be for me to get around on foot? I am hoping to be able to walk to local restaurants and beauty spots. Also, I really want to visit Pigeon Island National Park. Would it be easy enough to get a bus service from near my hotel to here? Anything else you can suggest is much appreciated. I'm totally new to St Lucia :) Thank you! ...More
July 02, 2008|
Based at Ginger Lily you're a short walk to quite a few restaurants and bars in the Rodney Bay area. As to beauty spots if you mean a salon there should be one at one of the Rex Resorts on Reduit Beach or perhaps Bay Gdns Beach Resort. SLU is a very special island, you're in for a great holiday. As a single woman traveling around by yourself I'd advise you to take the same precautions you would with strangers at home. If you're in SLU on a Friday night and consider going to the Gros Islet...More
Soufriere, St. Lucia
Rhythm & Spice Festival 2013 (2 Replies)
Tout moun invited to St. Lucia Hotel & Tourism Association's Rhythm & Spice Festival 2013 Sunday 15 December 2013 11 AM Pigeon Island National Park Rodney Bay, Gros Islet
November 21, 2013|
We are in St Lucia on that day, Congomon.... What time ? Sue