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Anse Couleuvre

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Anse Couleuvre

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Southern Caribbean Tour: swimming with turtles, bats, Diamond (weather permitting).
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Southern Caribbean Tour: swimming with turtles, bats, Diamond (weather permitting).

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South Caribbean outing, swimming with turtles:<br><br>Embark on the Scheherazade to explore the south of the island and its jewel, the Diamond Rock (depending on the weather).<br><br>Visit of the bat cave.<br><br>Fishing villages and wild coves.<br><br>Swimming and observation of turtles in their natural environment.<br><br>Masks and snorkel<br><br>Small committee request by email
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Sonia Faryna J wrote a review Feb 2020
Barrie, Ontario, Canada26 contributions10 helpful votes
...worth driving to. Then a brief walk through forest/jungle that includes crossing a narrow, rocky stream on foot (so wear the right shoes) before arriving at a small but beautiful beach where you can actually see a line between grey and black sand. Abesutiful, natural place.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Stijn T wrote a review Jun 2019
91 contributions12 helpful votes
Anse Couleuvre is a nice beach, there is a waterfall nearby (1,4km), and a possibility to hike a bit around. It's possible to camp there. If you wanna camp, please bring earplugs for the waves and the animals in the wood. They make a lot of noise. Its getting dark soon. So be on time. The road to the Anse Couleuvre is one of the worst I saw on the island. You can drive max 20km/u, otherwise you car will break down. Also be focussed as the road as it is small and cars come and going in both directions. Avoid driving here at night. There is no bar or shop nearby, so take your own food and drinks.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Tanuldab wrote a review Jun 2019
Prague, Czech Republic19 contributions7 helpful votes
The beach wasn't crowded and its surroundigs are very interesting - near the beach, there are remainings of an old farm. I also recommend going to the waterfall through the jungle (the footpath starts near the parking lot). You will see lots of lizzards in the jungle, as well as interesting plants (there grow naturally plants that are regarded as houseplants in Europe). The downsides (just FYI): the beach is a little bit far from the parking lot (aprox. 10 minutes walking), there are no restaurants in the area. Driving could be little bit difficult as well, the road is curvy and narrow. But all the positive aspects outweigh these downsides :)
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Date of experience: May 2019
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JoVermont wrote a review Feb 2019
vermont123 contributions22 helpful votes
Not as popular as other beaches, probably due to the large waves and rough surf, but if you are a good swimmer this is a beautiful beach. Black sand, lots of interesting topography, the best snorkeling we found on the island (go up to the north end of the beach near the point, lots of coral and fish) and plantation ruins on the walk down. Not crowded. People mention the drive and parking, this place was so much easier to navigate than Anse Dufour!
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Chris d wrote a review Feb 2019
12 contributions1 helpful vote
Windy roads leading up. Our daughter was nauseas leading up there. Small parking lot at the bottom. 400m walk to the beach. Nice little walk with some ruins on the way. Beach was nice. A little bit of sargassum but not enough to stop the kids from swimming or to notice the odour. Overall fun time. Very picturesque.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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