Post # 1
Me and my fiance are looking at going to either costa rica or st. lucia. I have gotten alot of info on costa rica so now looking for any info on st. lucia. We are wanting some romantic time and seclusion but also activities such as water sports, ziplining, horse back riding, etc. We want to make sure where we go has activities to keep us entertained as well as good bars and resteraunts. Please post your thought! Thanks in advance
Post # 3
Never been to St Lucia but we did book our Honeymoon for Sandals La Toc the first week of November! Im so excited! They do have zip lining and a bunch of different tours you can go on. But id love to hear about more stuff to do so I hope people give you good information! =)
Post # 4
do some searches up on the search bar – there are lots of past posts from other Bees who have gone that might give you some great info.
Have fun – I’m a little jealous, I would love to go to St. Lucia sometime!
Post # 5
They went to St. Lucia on the bachelor the season with Vienna. I remember because everytime the bachlor said St. Lucia I cringed the way he said it. You could look back on what they did – they did some prettttty fabulous things while there lol.
Post # 6
We went to St. Lucia for our’s and loved it! We stayed at Sandals. We did a tour that took you to a waterfall, snorkling and through a garden, then to the volcano mud baths. We enjoyed the day. We also played golf at the resort. We mostly relaxed by the beach. We also did a candlelight dinner on the beach. That was the most romantic thing ever! It was just us and the waiter!
Post # 7
I’m staying at Sandals La Toc and Ladera Resort at St. Lucia in June. I’ve heard great things about the island. It looks very beautiful from photos, and it looks like there is a lot to do. I want to go whale watching, snorkeling, zip lining and hiking. Can’t wait!
Post # 8
Review–Sandals La Toc/Regency St. Lucia (long)
I posted this review last year. There are plenty of activities and tours, but no bars or restaurants outside the resorts. There are 3 Sandals on St Lucia but the food probably tastes the same at all of them. You definitely do not want to explore outside the resort on your own.
Post # 9
We also went to a Sandals property in St.Lucia for our honeymoon and had a very different (super positive) experience from Georgia Bee. We visited all 3 ressorts and all 3 beaches and swim up bars, did snorkeling at 2 differnt locations, water sports, made our own excursion and ate at several of the sit down restaurants across the properties. We also never felt the island was unsafe or poor. In fact, having been to Jamaica in the same year, it is notibly less poor than Jamaica. It is generally considered one of the safer islands from my research. Also, there are some really nice restaurants on the island from what I heard. Another honeymoon couple we met raved about a restaurant they went to one night but we were happy with the resoort food and could not justify spending $$ to go out when we already had an all inclusive ressort.
My review is here: http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/st-lucia-sandals-review-time