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Recent St. Lucia reviews

  • Perfect!

    "We stayed at The Landings for our wedding week and it was a fantastic home away from home for us to have as a base during a very busy and fabulous week! The unit is beautiful, nicely equipped, and very clean and spacious. It is very close to the beach and the beachside restaurant, as well as one of the pools. We cooked a couple of times in the unit which worked out great to save some cash. The beach at The Landings is lovely - we visited a bunch of resorts that wedding guests were staying at and none of them compared. The people who work at The Landings were lovely and it was just a wonderful stay overall. We did not want to leave!! In St Lucia we recommend doing an all day boat tour to Pitons/mud baths etc (we went with Joe Knows Tours). Restaurants we tried and loved were Spinnakers, Jacques and 1461. Thank you to Karen and Dan for everything and for a wonderful stay at your beautiful place, we hope to be back soon!"
    Guest: Karen W. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 16, 2014
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  • Best Anniversary Ever

    "We could not have been happier with the decision to celebrate our 25th anniversary at Cap Pavilion. As other reviewers have noted the location is incredibly beautiful and private. Quite often the hardest decision was where to enjoy our time; the sitting room, the portico, the pool, or the sun deck. After several days it became clear that each had its optimum use; morning tea, sunset, sunrise, mid-day heat, and reading. We arrived on Saint Lucia with an extensive list of restaurants we intended to enjoy. At the end of our stay we had not visited one restaurant. Upon our arrival we were treated first to a gourmet snack and then a dinner prepared by Sandrine. They were fabulous! On day two we decided to sample another day of Sandrine’s cooking. We thoroughly enjoyed the multi-course dinner served in the formal dining room complete with mahogany, linens, china, silver, and candles. The room itself is a very open design void of a fourth wall so you can enjoy the fresh air and the view across the courtyard to the lights of Rodney Bay below. Our definition of the perfect restaurant is built around great food, attentive service, beautiful views, and minimal disruption from neighboring tables. There was no reason to look any further, we had found near perfection in Sandrine and Cap Pavilion. Sandrine agreed to shop, prepare, and surprise us with the menu for the balance of our stay. We could not have been happier for breakfast, lunch, dinner, rum punch, etc. In fact, the relationship eventually morphed into part restaurant, part cooking school. On numerous occasions I found my wife in the kitchen with Sandrine getting lessons on various preparation techniques. The surrounding natural areas were another very pleasant surprise. The photography and hiking opportunities right from the villa were most enjoyable. There is a network of trails (some of which are passable in a jeep) at the bottom of the road that follow the Atlantic coast. With just a three to four mile hike one can enjoy all types of topography; deserted sandy beaches, cactus fields, surf pounded rock structures, and even wild horses. If you follow the trails south along the coast you will come to Case en Bas beach which has a quintessential bamboo beach bar, Marjorie’s….great place to stop for a cold drink. A little further south is Five Dollar Beach (to get a feel for the area, google: The Man Who Won’t Sell Paradise)."
    Guest: John B. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 18, 2015
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  • Two Weeks in Paradise!

    "We recently returned from two weeks in paradise on the island of St. Lucia. Our vacation there was one of the best we ever had! It was wonderful to escape from a Canadian winter to temperatures ranging in the high 20’s (in Fahrenheit that would be in the 80’s). What a picturesque place St. Lucia is! We come from the landlocked prairies and so we were in awe of the scenery: mountains, the jungle greenery and the Caribbean. We had read glowing reviews of David and Wanda Wallace’s Nature’s Paradise. We were not disappointed! Nature’s Paradise is situated up a mountain just outside Marigot Bay, possibly the most beautiful place in St. Lucia. We stayed in the Avocado cottage. When we were at ”home”, we spent most of our time on the wraparound porch, overlooking the sea and Marigot Bay. Imagine waking up every morning to that view. The cottage has a kitchen, great for weekend breakfasts and for some eat in meals. The Wallaces provide a great breakfast from Monday to Friday. We were served tropical fruits, including juice made from the lime trees that grow on the property. There are also cheeses, local baguettes, Wanda’s amazing banana bread and muffins along with some of the best coffee we have ever had. It’s over breakfast that we had the opportunity to ask David and Wanda about the island and share with the other guests (a maximum of eight guests in the two cottages and two suites in the main house) various places and restaurants that they had visited. It was so interesting to meet couples from neighbouring provinces as well as from Oregon, Boston, and Britain. One couple mentioned they wanted to rent a catamaran for the day. We decided to split the cost and had a wonderful day seeing the island from the sea. We stopped at Sugar Beach for about an hour and later on for some snorkeling. We raved about this trip so much that when another couple arrived they, too, wanted to take a cruise. They opted for a half- day excursion and we, along with another couple, shared the cost. We would not have considered going on a cruise had it not been suggested over breakfast. David was able to make the bookings for us. David took us on an Eco Adventure, which we highly recommend. We visited a botanical garden and David, so knowledgeable about the vegetation, was an excellent guide. We went to a hot springs and spent some time in the pools there. The day ended with a visit to a volcano."
    Guest: Maureen S. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 23, 2015
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  • Great location for vacation and wedding

    "We had our wedding at Beau Rivage and stayed for 9 nights. We had 7 guests who stayed for a week. It was a great size. We had our wedding ceremony and reception on site and it was wonderful. The photos on the website were reflective of actual - no surprises. It was as beautiful as the photos shown. Sue was easy to work with and very helpful prior and during with answering a lot of questions about the villa, St Lucia, and wedding planning. We haven't been to SL before and she and Kris (house manager) made the planning much easier. The house manager/concierge, cook and housekeeper as part of the rental were great add's and one of the reasons we picked Beau Rivage compared to other villas. Very convenient to get recommendations for tours, restaurants, have reservations made, transportation arranged, and 2 meals cooked per day. We did a catamaran and rainforest tour and most nights ate in the Rodney Bay area. Would recommend the catamaran tour to all. For the first night, we arrived in the evening and took the option of grocery pre-stocking and a meal cooked so we just had to heat up and relax that evening. I'd recommend it. All the staff was helpful to prepare for the wedding. They helped with decoration, partnered with the wedding planning services and catering restaurant to coordinate. We had the wedding on the deck and it was beautiful. We were also able to get to the nearby beach for additional wedding photos. The location was also the perfect size for a reception for a party of 9. It was convenient and less stressful to have everything from make up and getting dressed to ceremony, reception/party right there without having to travel. It also kept the schedule more flexible. The furniture, silverware, glassware ...etc available helped save on rental cost and sound system worked well - DJ was able to set up easily. It was a private, relaxing location - great to have own pool and tiki bar. Also nice that the villa had safes for jewelry I brought for the wedding. The house also has a security system. The only challenge was mosquitoes/bugs which I was told was unusual for January but it did rain for few days (which was unusual) first days when we were there. We had the central area AC turned on (for extra cost) and that helped but some guests got a few bites. Overall great trip - would recommend for vacations, reunions, and intimate weddings!"
    Guest: Sarah Y. Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: February 20, 2015
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St. Lucia Travel Tips

Traveling to St. Lucia Vacation Rentals

Hewanorra International Airport (UVF) is located near Vieux Fort, approximately 40 miles south of Casties. This is the larger of the two international airports on St. Lucia. The other airport known as George FL Charles Airport (SLU) is located just outside of Casties. UVF host most major international airlines. There are regularly scheduled flights that operate on a variety of North American airlines directly to St. Lucia. Leading European airlines have flights several times weekly between St. Lucia and London, providing easy access for European travelers. On the island, the easiest way to get around is by taxi. If you want some more independence to be able to explore on your own, you might consider hiring a car during your stay.

Attractions and Activities near St. Lucia Resorts

St. Lucia’s main attractions are its beautiful sandy beaches and warm tropical waters. The beaches are kept in pristine condition and the perfect place to hang out all day. There you can sunbathe and read a book or enjoy people watching as you laze back on the sand. There are several beach bars where you can enjoy cocktails at sunset and stay to enjoy a delicious dinner if you so choose.

The scuba diving in St. Lucia is legendary. The warm tropical waters, crystal clear visibility and abundance of corals and marine life make diving here a superb experience. There are several reputable dive centers on the island. You can hire equipment from them or bring along your own. The dive rates generally include diving cylinders, air fills and weight belts. You will need to take proof of your diver certification with you. If you are not yet qualified, St. Lucia provides the ideal marine environment in which to learn to scuba dive. Many of the dive centers are registered dive schools and can provide you with a certification course during your stay.

For those that prefer to stay on top of the water, there are many other water sport activities to keep you occupied. Sailing cruises will take you out to enjoy the ocean. Often, they will anchor off a remote beach where you can swim ashore and enjoy a picnic lunch. Other excursions will take you to shallow reefs where you can snorkel and enjoy seeing colorful corals and reef fish. Deep sea fishing charters are readily available and include all equipment required. Windsurfs are available for rent from many of the beachfronts. Advanced sailors will want to head to the waves off Cas en Bas and Vieux Fort. Novices will want to stick to the calmer waters off the west coast until they become more accomplished. Waterskiing and parasailing are available at many of the resorts.

If you want to explore the island interior, you can choose from a variety of excursions. Those who are energetic can enjoy a thrilling mountain bike ride. There are guided tours available for both novice and advanced riders. An alternate mode of transport is to explore on horseback. Enjoy a variety of trail or beach rides on well-trained horses. There are numerous hiking trails on the island that invite exploration. There are also ATV trails which take you through the lush countryside.

Visitors to St. Lucia Villas

People who typically travel to St. Lucia are those that enjoy fun in the sun. It is a great tropical destination, offering a wide variety of attractions and activities. Because of its tropical beauty, it is also a popular destination for weddings and honeymoons.

Best Time of Year to Visit Marigot Bay Vacation Rentals

St. Lucia enjoys a year-round warm tropical climate. The summer months tend to be very hot and this is also when the most rainfall occurs. The only time to be cautious of traveling to St. Lucia is between June and October when tropical storms occasionally blow through the region.

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