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Far better experience than Sugar beach, however we did not snorkel at Sugar beach. If you are trying to go out for a day then make it here at Anse Chastanet. You have a lot of laying out space and plenty of room to snorkel....More
We visited Anse Chastenet as a day trip from Marigot Bay in a hired boat. Once there, two of our group took a scuba diving lesson and went for a dive. (The rest of us just relaxed and enjoyed the beach, which was quite nice.)...More
This beach is supposed to be the best for snorkeling. It wasn't any better than Sugar Beach. The water is rougher here and there were less fish. Yet, the coral is just as covered in silt and dull. Overall, it's nice for a swim and...More
We stopped by to check out the black sand beach. It was pretty, but nothing too exciting. There are many boats in the area dropping off snorkelers and then just hung out in the water. So it seems a bit crowded. We chose not to...More
We got dropped off here as part of a boat tour. We were not anticipating not being able to walk a beach with boats continually dropping people off to snorkle, smelling exhaust continually. I umbrella and 2 chairs $33.00!!!!! We explained we will be staying...More
Best to have your own (4WD) transport to go there cause the access road is pretty bad (although every vehicle will be able to go). The beach itself seems to be owned by a resort but is accessable for everyone. The beach itself consists of...More
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It is about an hour and a half drive - not very far but slow because it is mountainous. The beach is at a very fancy resort and anyone can swim there and enjoy the fabulous accessible coral. You can take a boat there from... More
It is about an hour and a half drive - not very far but slow because it is mountainous. The beach is at a very fancy resort and anyone can swim there and enjoy the fabulous accessible coral. You can take a boat there from Soufriere - lots of water taxis available at the dock - only about a 10 minute boat ride. This is a good option because the road into the resort is not in great shape.