Our Stay At Serrana Villa In St. Lucia's Soufriere - I totally understood why now as did my husband because this place is beautiful and so worth the wait!
Somehow I talked my husband into waiting almost a year and a half after our wedding to take our honeymoon because Serrana didn’t have any available dates!
I totally understood why now as did my husband because this place is beautiful and so worth the wait! Janus was a wonderful host and rescued us on the 1st day because we were trying to find the villa and we became lost. A few days ago Janus took us around to view the other beautiful properties he own.
While you are here, head over to Sulphur Springs(drive-in volcano) this is a must!! Don’t be afraid to try the mud bath it is such an experience.
While in St. Lucia we visited Anse Chastanet beach, the water is clear and the staff there are very helpful. You can rent beach chair for U.S $12 per person. Make sure you bring a towel or two the hotel charges U.S $6.00 for 1 towel.
After coming from the beach we jumped in the pool and went to dinner at Dasheen located on the grounds of ladera resort. The food was okay but the view I believe is what you really pay for… it is breathtaking .
Our last day or night was dinner prepared by Chef Ramc. He prepared a delicious meal, we finished every bite. You have to experience chef ramc for yourself. The Janus experience as I would like to call it, is second to none!!!
pier 28 (open from 1pm- 10:00pm)- have the best wings and fries
Fedo’s (open from 9:00am- 5:00pm) closed on Sunday, serves authentic local food. Great spot for breakfast although they serve lunch as well
Valelse (sports bat) the staff there are very friendly and the food is not too bad
Gen’s Mwen (open from 10am until) we only visited for breakfast but they have a full bar set up and serve lunch and dinner
P.S – If you rent a vehicle, I definitely recommend it. Within 5 days, but certainly before we didn’t need the gps system anymore because we started to learn our way around
Alicia & Richard
(cant wait to stay in SABA)
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