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What to do in St. Lucia?

Discussion in 'Caribbean Ports' started by spyder209, Mar 4, 2010.

  1. spyder209

    spyder209 Active Member

    I didn't book an excursion for St. Lucia and was wondering if there is any good shopping near the port? Also, is there a beach nearby that we can get a taxi ride to so we can lounge around all day?:sunny:
  2. Mbandy

    Mbandy Well-Known Member

  3. Lee00

    Lee00 Active Member

    It all depends how long you are going to be in port. Where the ship docks there duty free shopping as soon as you get off the ship. Take a look, but I would use the shopping at the port as last resort. You may find the same things in town much much cheaper, but if you don't you can hit them up on your way back to the ship.

    There are a couple of really nice beaches that are close. Choc Beach and Reduit (redwee) Beach. Both are very nice. This link will give you better details of what's close to port.

    I'll be around to help answer more questions.
  4. spyder209

    spyder209 Active Member

    Thanks LeeOO. I couldn't get the link to work, but we are just wanting to check out some of the town, grab some lunch at a local place, and relax on a beach with beautiful water. Which beach to do recommend?
  5. Lee00

    Lee00 Active Member

    You can grab a taxi right off the ship and head over to Rodney Bay Village. Lot's of places to eat, shop and the beach is walking distance. The link you tried was disabled. I thought it was cool since there is another link posted about where to go. The one I left was broader and more up to date.
  6. Jeanie

    Jeanie Well-Known Member

    Rodney Bay Village is very nice
  7. cruisetochill

    cruisetochill Active Member

    My recommendation would be beautiful Vigie beach, which is just a mile or so north of the Point Seraphine pier.
  8. brobinson

    brobinson Active Member

    We are going to do a zipline. We did one in Alaska and it was wonderful! We heard this one was great, as well.
  9. brobinson

    brobinson Active Member

    We are doing a zipline in St. Lucia. We did one on an Alaskan cruise a couple of years ago and it was wonderful! It helped me conquer my fear of heights.

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