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Our catamaran put anchor here briefly to drop off some folks, although I didn't didn't off and sight see, I did like that there were none of those dudes in the bumboats calling out and trying to sell us crap.
Would I return? Yet got...More
Transfer to the beach for a day on your own should be just that (as per their description.) Instead, the bus (no air conditioning, outside temperature 90 plus, inside unbearable,) stopped 3 times on the way to the beach. Picture taking (10 minutes,) vendors on...More
I recommend you visit Marigot bay for a couple hours. You can snorkel to the north of the bay closes to the rocks. It’s not deep, the waters were calm (when I was there) and great for kids. There are buoys and ropes across it...More
We stayed for a week on The beach side of Marigot Bay. It was much quieter And accessible only via boat!!
There is a car Park near The pier where you Can leave your car free of charge. The little ferry runs constantly taking visitors...More
Marigot Bay is a great spot to spend a day while in St Lucia. Located just south of Castries, it’s a beautiful harbor for the local fishermen and yachts. Know as one of the best harbors during storms for yachts in the Caribbean, it’s a...More
We chartered a boat for a week and Marigot Bay was a great stop. The beach is small but very nice. If you purchase a drink from Doolittles you have full access to the beach chairs. There's a nice market to purchase provisions. We stayed...More
No real beaches at Marigot bay. There are some good restaurants around the resort, but you should count on bringing your own fun and night life. That’s what we did. Across the harbor from Capella resort is a little park... More
No real beaches at Marigot bay. There are some good restaurants around the resort, but you should count on bringing your own fun and night life. That’s what we did. Across the harbor from Capella resort is a little park with a tiny beach. The locals who hang out here can help with your fun. Ask for a guy named “Discount “. He’s a good guy. His real name is Camillius. He and his friends caught us some fresh snapper and barbecued it on the beach for us and also provided us with a delicious salad fresh from his garden. It was a great evening. The St. Lucian people are some of the nicest people I have ever met. They are very friendly. We loved it there, mainly because the locals and resort staff were so nice.