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“A True Paradise”
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Nature's Paradise
Ranked #2 of 7 Marigot Bay B&B and Inns
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Seattle, Washington
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“A True Paradise”
Reviewed October 23, 2012

My wife and I visited St Lucia for the first time earlier this month as a brief escape from the notorious Seattle climate.
After initially researching options through various resorts on the island, I stumbled upon Nature's Paradise (via Trip Advisor actually) and was immediately drawn to the intimacy - not to mention the outstanding reviews.

A few things that need to be stated up front. Nature's Paradise is not a resort. It is not for those who wish to experience a foreign country partitioned off from the culture or those who prefer to view the action from afar. On the contrary, this B&B is for those who wish to immerse themselves in the natural environment of St Lucia (it is called Nature's Paradise, after all). Nature's Paradise is located up a steep hill overlooking Marigot Bay, a hike away from any restaurant, grocery, or other establishment. It's beautiful and scenic, and very private hillside.

This brings me point two: as another reviewer already stated - you will need a rental car. For some this can be tricky considering the British driving style, but believe me it's worth it and you will become accustomed to the driving after a few short minutes. Having a vehicle gives you the freedom to do what you want, when you want it, and also empowers you to explore more of the island and break away from the groups. I have to give credit to Dave for stressing this point. The rental was worth every penny.

Now, for the accommodations itself.
From the moment you arrive in Nature's Paradise, you feel as though you have entered… well… Nature's Paradise. After the long flight and drive, we were well worn in from the road and needed relaxation. Dave and Wanda warmly greeted us with fresh squeezed tropical juice and kindly toured the house, cottages, and gardens with us (we were also graced with the presence of their two cats Mango and Papaya, who we were visited by regularly). After a brief tour Dave walked us down to the Banana Cottage, located just down the hill from the main house. We were instantly taken with the amazing view, the hush, and the remoteness of it all. Immediately the weariness of travel washed away and we were ready for our vacation.

The cottages are quaint and functional. Each comes with a nice bed, couch/chair, full kitchen, fridge, and full bathroom. It's worth noting for some here that these are not hotel bathrooms. They have a few very minor quirks that come with being as remote and secluded as you are – primarily with consistently hot water and pressure. This was minor for my wife and I but I note it as some may take issue with this. Keep in mind the days and nights are very hot so a tepid shower is actually preferable.

Breakfast is served every morning in the main house at 8am. Dave and Wanda are gracious hosts and use this time to learn more about their guests, plan the day, and organize any outings as required. Dave is a great resource for the island's history, restaurants, and culture. More than anything I urge those who stay at Nature's Paradise to put trust in Dave to help you plan the trip that is right for you. He is a personable and knowledgable guide who is keen on avoiding crowds/tourist pitfalls and giving the best possible experience to his guests.

The afternoons can be as busy or as free as you like. We opted to spend our time taking advantage of two of the available Eco Tours Dave will book on your behalf – the first being a day filled with roadside coconut tasting, snake charming, a hike to a secluded natural hot mineral bath (fueled by the islands volcanic activity), and a beautiful lunch overlooking the islands iconic Pitons. The second: a full day sail, snorkeling trip, and gourmet lunched cooked on the boat by your personal crew - all booked through a Marigot Bay local restaurant, Chateu Myggo, and recommended by Dave. It was absolutely splendid and the day ended up being one of the highlights of our trip.

We spent the late afternoons and evenings lounging around Nature's Paradise's beautiful pool, overlooking a stunning sunset, beach, and distant banana plantations.

In the dusk, the surrounding jungle comes alive with hermit crabs, frogs, lizards, and bats. We would often sit on the deck of our cottage and listen to the sounds echoing up from the forests around the hill. The air itself seems to vibrate with life and one can truly feel a sense of awe and wonder for the environment you are surrounded it. It is at once engaging, exciting, and peaceful.

All told our St Lucia adventure was incredible, made all the more so by Nature's Paradise: the location, the accommodations, the hosts. My only regret was not staying a second week!

A couple tips:
-Utilize your full kitchen to plan a couple meals back at the cottage. Pick up some fresh fruit or food from the local markets. Enjoy some time at the cottage and really settle in.
-Ask questions. As already stated, Dave is your resource. Learn more about the island and it's rich history. Talk to the friendly locals. They have a great demeanor and the conversations I had with some were very memorable and provided perspective.
-Because of the remoteness of Nature's Paradise, I caution those checking their toiletries/essentials with the airline to pack some small essentials/extras in a carry on. I only mention this because American Airlines lost my wife's bag en route. This meant going without a change of clothes and some essential toiletries until the next daily flight to St Lucia over 24 hours later. To Dave/Wanda's credit, they offered my wife a change of clothes and some base necessities while we waited for the airline to taxi the bag across the island to the North side. Again - something to keep in mind as it was not easy to simply get replacements due to the remote location.
-As another reviewer pointed out, there are some great beaches right next to the airport in Vieux Fort. It's definitely worth checking in for your flight, then heading out to grab lunch at one of the local restaurants on the beach.

Evan

  • Stayed October 2012, traveled as a couple
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Yorktown, VA
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Reviewed September 3, 2012

This was our second time back to Natures Paradise for a two week celebration of our 25th anniversary. The first week totally lived up to the expectation we had from being there once before (2010). We were the only guests and spend a lot of time together with Dave, who again showed that he has a good knowledge of St Lucia.
We were somewhat disappointed when a couple with a two year old showed up at Natures Paradise for the last 6 days of our stay.
We decided to give it a try, but after breakfast we realized that this was not going to work for us. We luckily found another place in Marigot bay, that was available immediately, so we could continue to celebrate our anniversary, the way we originally planned it (no children allowed); in a tranquil environment.

  • Stayed July 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 26, 2012

The best vacations are those where you don't feel like a tourist. While there are few opportunities to escape this fate in the Caribbean we found that experience here at Nature's Paradise, and in St. Lucia.

Our planning started with some frank emails and discussions with Dave over the phone. The first thing to accept over everything else is that you need a car. Period. This was a poInt of contention between Dave and I, but once I accepted the addition cost I vowed to make the most of it. As Dave and other reviewers will tell you, Nature's Paradise is atop a hill ... a big hill. Perhaps it's a mountain, but I digress. You're not walking up and down said hill several times a day for a week to see the sites. But what gain in return is so very rewarding. The car gives you independence and mobility (and a bit of a 4x4 adventure), and the Nature's Paradise location offers you a remote, hidden gem that feels private, local and comforting. My wife and I felt right at home.

To the North lies Maragot Bay, a 10 minute drive, and stunningly beautiful. You're offered birdseye views of it on your drives up and down, during your stay in the cottages, and from the main house. We never tired of it. Marigot Bay is small, but provides a perfect blend of restaurants, beaches and hidden spots. And don't forget to stroll the docks to view the yachts sailing in from around the world. At the very end of the dock lies JD's Mangrove Restaurant. While Dave's other recommendations are nice, this one stood out. Enjoy candlelight dinner by the docks with top-notch food and service.

To the South lies the Roseau valley, and home to St. Lucia's award-wining rum distillery. You're offered views of the valley from the patio, and at poolside. A chance opportunity allowed us to see a barge from Guyana delivering molasses to the distillery.

The grounds around Natures Paradise were well planned and executed by Dave and Wanda. Words can describe it, but won't do it proper justice. The cottages are perfect, private, and very comfortable.

On day 1 we took a drive to a grocery store inland to pick up snacks and refreshments for our cottage. We experienced our first adventure out into the local economy, and face to face with native Lucians outside the tourist hotspots.

We blended our week with a mix of guided trips with Dave and personal adventures out in the 4x4. There's much to tell, but it's best left for our diaries and personal memories. What I can recommend is to explore, learn and appreciate St Lucia while you're there. If you want a pretty sunset, there's plenty to be had. Eat at the small, local spots (where native Lucians eat), stop at a roadside stand to buy bananas or coconuts, drive inland to the nature preserves, explore, and get lost. Dave can provide more guidance if you prefer. He and Wanda have a wealth of information.

Highlights:
Nature's Pardise:cottages, gardens, pool, views
Marigot Bay: restaurants, strolls along the dock,driving up and down the mountain, rum at the small beach bars
Anse La Raye: strolls, locals restaurant, the "fish fry"
Ti Kaye: best beach in St. Lucia
Pitons: lunch at Ladera, stunning views
Millet Forest: guided tours
Castries: watching where the tourists go- then heading in the other direction. Great local food at the small "shacks" just outside of town
St. Lucia: mountainous, twisty roads, lush landscapes, interesting history

And on the last day, before you jump on the plane, spend a few hours on the beach at Vieux Fort, just south-east of the airport. I think this was Dave's recommendation. Good call Dave, and Thanks!

(actual trip was in Feb, 2011, but Trip Advisor doesn't let me go back that far)

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  • Stayed February 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 10, 2012

We loved Nature's Paradise! We were only there for 2 nights, but we would definitely recommend it. David and Wanda were lovely hosts and made our trip to Marigot Bay just perfect! My Mom and I were traveling around St. Lucia for 6 days, seeing as much as possible, scouting out places for my wedding next year. Each morning we began our day with the best breakfast on the island- fresh mangos, pineapple, papaya, banana, and homemade breads! Nature's Parade is located on top of the hill overlooking the bay and without a car it can be hard to get up and down. David graciously drove us down to town and picked us up both days since we didn't have a car. This was such a nice thing, since my Mom was not really up for a trek up and down the twisty hilly roads! I would definitely recommend getting a car if you plan to stay here- it will make it a lot more accessible. We spent our first day relaxing in Marigot Bay having lunch and swimming! Its a lovely bay with a little ferry that will take you across to any of the many restaurants. Our second day was spent with David on a private tour of Soufriere! This is a must! We enjoyed every minute of the trip from the waterfalls, botanical gardens, soaking in mineral baths, sulphur springs, and a fabulous lunch at the Ladera Resort overlooking the Pitons (our favorite lunch spot!)
Don't miss out on this oasis in Marigot Bay! You can't find better hosts and will love relaxing on your cottage patio with the birds and and floating in the pool!

Stayed June 2012, traveled with family
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Thames Ditton, United Kingdom
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Reviewed May 30, 2012

Nature's Paradise is in a perfect location for exploring St.Lucia and with Marigot Bay just down the hill for lovely romantic dinners/sunsets in the evenings.

Dave and Wanda were lovely hosts being so friendly and full of information about the Island. They were very attentive and generous. The breakfasts they prepared for us every morning were very yummy and included freshly baked bread/cakes and delicious fruits and freshly squeezed juices.

We stayed in Avocado cottage which was lovely. The views from the veranda are stunning. It certainly is for nature lovers! the cottage is set in a beautiful tropical garden with so many birds, geckos, frogs and Mango and papaya the cats!

Hiring a Jeep is a must to get around as the cottage is secluded but that's what makes it so special, peaceful and romantic!

Oh and the swimming pool is beautiful, private and just what you need after a day exploring.

If you plan to eat out in Marigot Bay. I'd highly recommend the steak at JD's restaurant (NOT JJ's, people confuse the two) it was mouth watering! Also Shrimp kebabs & mahi mahi at Chateau Mayo are really good.

Also ask Dave to take you to the hidden mineral baths!

We had an amazing holiday and would definitely recommend Nature's paradise.

  • Stayed April 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 24, 2012

We loved Nature's Paradise! It was an ideal "home base" for our nine day honeymoon in St. Lucia.

Dave and Wanda really went out of their way to make everything "just right" for us. Seamless pickup from the airport, transportation to a restaurant before our jeep arrived, a lift to the jeep rental place on our second day, an orientation session over a map of the island, a nice breakfast each morning, tips on the best snorkeling beaches and where to rent snorkel gear. We definitely had the sense that we were "taken care of," and if we needed anything we could just walk up to the main house and ask.

Also, the cottages really are quite private from the main house, so we really were able to drop in to our own private honeymoon paradise. The clock on the wall has days of the week around it's edge instead of hours of the day, which is a great metaphor for the kind of relaxation we were after.

We did the South/ Soufriere tour with Dave, and I would highly recommend it. That got us familiar enough with driving around, getting to the South of the Island, and finding a restaurant in Soufriere that we were then comfortable driving down again on our own later in the week to hike Gros Piton mountain. Dave's very knowledgeable about the history of St. Lucia, the current politics and vegetation and locals and is a great storyteller. That day definitely gave us a stronger connection to the island. Then we spent the rest of the week exploring on our own (via our jeep - absolutely necessary to get to dinner, let alone to the nice beaches and hikes).

Our very very very favorite spot was Pigeon Point, about a 40 minute drive from Nature's Paradise. Beautiful beach, not too many people, beach chairs and snorkel gear for inexpensive rental, fantastic snorkeling just 20 meters off the beach (the second beach, further from the welcome gate). And the restaurant there was our favorite too - great pina coladas and fresh fruit juices, nice sandwiches and rotis, fun outdoor seating built of driftwood and old ship parts, and some extremely adorable cats.

Another highlight was a daytrip to Gros Piton. Driving to Soufriere was easy (we had gone with Dave previously so the road was familiar), then in Soufriere we asked for directions and somebody hopped into the car (a nice guy; and Dave had mentioned this sometimes happens and is OK to let happen) - he helped us find the two remaining un-marked roads that led to the Gros Piton trail head. We tipped him a few bucks and seemed happy to have gotten a lift to the Pitons, and the directions were helpful.

The Gros piton hike was much more challenging than we'd expected (but really fun), and we're regular hikers! It seems that the technology of "switchbacks" hadn't made it to this remote part of the island, so the trail just... went... straight up. It's steep! Lots of clambering over rocks, and climbing up steps built of roots and branches. They require you to follow a guide for $60, and it's worth it. Took about 3.5 hours round trip (up and down), and though strenuous it was really fun, very pretty, some great views, gorgeous rainforest, and felt like we "really earned it" when we got to the tippy top for the grand view of the island and ocean.

Another highlight! Were the finches that are all around Marigot Bay, and especially the finches at Nature's Paradise. They are very cute, have a lot of personality for a small bird, and fly in pairs (a black & red male with a brown female). They also love eating crumbs left for them, and some will even come to your hand to eat for a moment.

Restaurants - there are a handful of restaurants in Marigot Bay, and all are good. A touch pricey, but I think that's mostly because a lot of food ingredients need to be imported (St. Lucia grows bananas, mangoes, and not much else). We tried almost all the restaurants, spending around $70 per dinner (for two people, i.e. $35 a head). On the last night we found the best though - Julietta's. It's the most modest decor, but the best cooking, a little hard to find but ask Dave and Wanda. Dave recommended the coconut shrimp which we had and was awesome, along with some curried chicken.

All in all a very fun and memorable trip!
~Daniel & Karen

  • Stayed May 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 6, 2012

On March 26th, this year, my wife and I deplaned at Hewanorra Airport and we were greeted by plus 30C temperatures. Quite a contrast to the minus 4C we'd left behind at Pearson International. The customs and airport personnel were very amicable and in no time we exited to meet Joe-Joe, the taxi driver that the owners of Nature's Paradise, David and Wanda Wallace, had sent to meet us. The drive up the east coast showed us our first glimpse of this beautiful tropical paradise and the impact of volcanism in creating a challenging mountainous region of great beauty.
David Wallace was at Nature's Paradise to greet us in his usual cheerful manner. He showed us to Banana Cottage and we were immediately taken with the fantastic view and ocean panorama. The cottage has everything needed for a perfect stay. It is spacious, has a top quality bed that meant an excellent sleep, the shower was large and the shower rose sprayed out a perfect water spray. There is an adequate fridge, a stove and lots of cupboard and closet space. As well, there is a large fan which ameliorated the heat of the day and kept us comfortable at night. The bonus, though, is the verandah which, at the height at which the property sits overlooks the ocean below, provides an outlook to be dreamed of. As well, the area is in shade for most of the day - an ideal spot to have a lunch, read a kindle or book, snooze or just look out at the yachts and passing vessels. As well, if you were as lucky as we were, you might just see a couple of whales not far off shore. Look north, too, and you'll get a glimpse of Martinique.
Our first breakfast was on the patio of the main house where we met to other guests. Wanda and David provide a very filling repast of island fruits, like, papaya, pineapple and mango as well as fresh baked breads, muffins and preserves. All of this topped off by a refreshing glass of juice and some of the best coffee we've tasted. Following that we were always a tad early for breakfast as we were looking forward so much to the food.
I should add that on that first day we stood chatting by the pool that has an even more fantastic view and Wanda very kindly brought out to refreshing rum flavoured drinks.
We didn't rent a car; but that wasn't a problem for we had Joe-Joe's taxi available and we went on a few very interesting tours, one of which was admirably conducted by 'Eco-Dave'. He drove us to the Botanical Gardens and the drive in volcano at Soufriere. Amazing tropical plants, exotic growths, Diamond Waterfall, mud baths, boiling muddy water, steamy landscapes and sulfur dioxide smells. In between, this trip was topped off by a lunch at Dasheene's Restaurant at the Ladara resort that sits high between the two Pitons. It was a totally amazing, memorable experience all round and highly recommended. David was also kind enough to run us down to the harbour when we needed to go and he took us inland to the grocery store.
One morning we were picked up at the harbour in Marigot Bay for the ride to the the Rainforest Aerial Gondola Ride. This open air, eight seat gondola quietly rides one through various forest levels culminating in a height of 1300 feet. The guide was very informative and it is well worth the trip.
Our culminating trip was the Sunset Cruise out of Chateau Maygo - this was a wonderful way, under sail, to see St. Lucia from the Caribbean Sea. Captain Kevin and 1st. Mate, Anthony, were very diligent in looking after the two of us. It was relaxing, refreshing and certainly gave us a feel for those who had ventured forth in the early days to explore and encounter the islands. Well worth the cost.
The restaurants of Marigot Bay are also well worth a visit. Based on recommendations from David and Wanda we ate at the following places - Julietta's - try the coconut shrimp; Chateau Maygo - terrific cocktails, shrimp kebab and mahi-mahi; Rowley's - great for lunch and people and boat watching; JD's - excellent location on the water, great waitresses and an excellent cuisine. Finally and on our last night we took the short ferry ride to the best of the bunch - The Rainforest Hideaway - our table, at night, was right on the open edge of the restaurant looking out across the harbour - very romantic - and the waitress was so friendly and helpful. With wine accompaniment we dined on pan-seared scallops [mouth watering perfection], crusted mahi- mahi [delicious], coconut and mango cheese cake and special coffee. In all a magnificent meal on the last night of our stay.
In conclusion, Nature's Paradise is the perfect spot to stay and it is run and organized by two of the most able, competent and nicest people you will ever meet. It is a top notch spot and we highly recommend it. This was a memorable week's vacation

Room Tip: Both cottages and the room in the main house are equally top class.
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  • Stayed March 2012, traveled as a couple
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Property: Nature's Paradise
Address: 1 Marigot Heights, Marigot Bay, St. Lucia
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Location: Caribbean > St. Lucia > Castries Quarter > Marigot Bay
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Beverage Selection Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Kitchenette Suites Swimming Pool Airport Transportation
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Ranked #2 of 7 B&Bs / Inns in Marigot Bay
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Hotel Class:3 star — Nature's Paradise 3*
Number of rooms: 6
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NATURE'S PARADISE at Marigot Bay A St. Lucia Eco-Lux vacation with a breathtaking Caribbean Sea view. Avocado Cottage and Banana Cottage are located on a quiet ridge high above the sea at Marigot Bay. The spectacular view of the Caribbean Sea creates the mood. Marigot Bay is what you have in mind when you think "Tropical Paradise". Our lush Tropical Gardens surround your private one-bedroom Cottage. Palms and Bougainvillea offer shade and color. You awake in the morning stunned by the breathtaking brilliance of the Caribbean - a turquoise like you have never imagined. PARADISE on a BUDGET Your Cottage is designed with romance and privacy as the keys to a great vacation. The French Provincial Four-Poster Queen-Size bed is draped with netting from Thailand. Constant trade winds make air conditioning unnecessary. Our large ceiling fans guarantee your comfort. The roofing is high and angled to allow plenty of light and airflow. The bathroom features a glass block shower and a built-in hairdryer. The sliding glass door opens onto a large balcony with those fabulous ocean views. Our Tropical Breakfast (Mon - Fri) begins at eight and lasts until you have finished dining on our fresh breads & muffins. Fresh fruit is always available. The seasons dictate which fruits are on the table. Dining is in the Villa. NATURE'S PARADISE Eco-Lux, Adventure, Relaxation, Romance. ... more   less 
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