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Best Beaches in Antiguq,Martinique,St Lucia, Barbados

Best Beaches in Antiguq,Martinique,St Lucia, Barbados

Jan 14th, 1999, 05:42 PM
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Amy
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Best Beaches in Antiguq,Martinique,St Lucia, Barbados

Going on a cruise (Celebrity Galaxy in March). We love the beach but which ones are the best in Antigua, Martinique, St Lucia and Barbados?
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Amy
 
Jan 15th, 1999, 03:14 PM
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For your stop in St. Lucia; book the Day Catamaran Cruise from Castries (where your boat will be) to Soufriere; a quaint fishing village at the foot of the twin Piton mountains: Grand and Petit Piton. This part of St. Lucia is the BEST part; just gorgeous and you cannot miss what St. Lucia's beauty is all about. The cat cruise consists of the following: board in Castries harbour, party and cruise on boat the
1 1/2hrs to Soufriere (amazing scenery); off boat you head to the Drive in Volcano to witness St Lucias in active volcano (bubbly and smelly -but interesting); then to the Botanical Garden and the Diamond Waterfall; then to a local restaurant (included in price) called the STILL overlooking the mountains and the town of Soufriere, for a taste of local St. Lucian cuisine (quite good); then back to the boat for a cruise to Marigot Bay (beautiful); then snorkeling included (or just swimming) at Anse Cochon beach (best snorkeling during our stay in St. Lucia), then the boat cranks up the music a bit and you party till you get back to harbour. A very full (fun-filled) day...........and you'll see plenty in one day - enough to make you want to return!
 

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