Bel Jou Hotel

Address: PO Box 296, Castries, 89131, Saint Lucia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on PO Box 296, Castries, is near Fort Charlotte, Fort Shirley, Central Library, and The Cabrits Historical and Marine Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Castries

    Advanced Open Water Diver.

    A travel blog entry by kim-davis on Jun 07, 2015

    2 comments, 32 photos

    ... s mid-west coast. I was by myself with the instructor, a lovely Swiss guy called Marcel. We had a great time swimming along the sheer underwater cliff face of the Petit Piton. We saw heaps of beautiful, colourful coral, and a plethora of fish. We were even followed by a large spotted moray eel for a few metres, which was pretty exciting. I turned around for some reason, and saw him gliding along behind us. However, by the time I got Marcel's attention the eel had ducked ...

    Welcome to Victoria Hospital

    A travel blog entry by kerry.blackett on Apr 20, 2015

    3 photos

    ... Spa Resort and made ourselves comfortable on the beach outside. We spent the afternoon sunbathing, drinking from fresh coconuts, and cooling down in the beautiful sea. When we had enough of the beach we moved inside the resort and pretended we were residents and got a drink and used the hotel pool.

    On getting home we found out that some of the medical students that weren't new this week were having some drinks. We made a ...

    1958 Finally a "City"!

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 11, 2015

    27 photos

    8 hrs, 5.6 kms Before coming here I had the image in my mind of endless soulless sprawling tourist resort saturating each of the Caribbean islands. I've been actually pleasantly surprise to see very little tourism in Trinidad, Grenada or St Vincent--other that yacht sailors and quick cruise ship stops. But then again... nothing wrong with some tourism, right? And so, when I land in St Lucia, I'm actually happy to see there's a lot of tourism going on here. In ...


    A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Mar 13, 2014

    2 photos

    ... much he would charge to take us - $20. We clarify that that is $20 US and that's for the cab, not per person. Yes and yes, so we climb in.

    Holy mackerel! St. Lucia is twisty and hilly! Turns out that our driver, Quincy, is from Anse-La Raye and that it is a nice fishing village. He stops along the way to run into the market and buy some Windex and off we continue. We get to Anse-La Raye in about 45 minutes, and arrange for Quincy to come back in 3 hours (at 2 pm) ...

    A week of beaches

    A travel blog entry by ksmith630 on Feb 01, 2014

    8 photos

    ... he said... Charged a fair price though! We walked down to the beach zigzagging between the two pitons (the two large peaks that we climbed the other week if you had forgotten) yo this beautifully secluded resort on sugar beach. Probably cost close to $1000 a night, but definitely where I would go if I could afford it. The beach was stunning and the snorkelling was equally as pretty (though not quite coral bay standard). Unfortunately no underwater camera to ...