Mago Estate Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Soufrière
Several of the locals I have spoken to whilst being in St Lucia have suggested we visit Hotel Chocolat, a hotel and cocoa plantation in Soufriere. The hotel runs tours of the plantation, and part of the tour includes the opportunity to make your own chocolate bar from local produce. David and I both love food, so we signed straight up. I figured that we could justify eating a bunch of chocolate on that day, given that we had climbed Gros Piton only the day ...
... rainbow of colors including 'sexy pink'. Also, I suspect that waterfalls, mud baths and sulphur pools are uncommon features of botanical gardens.
Our next stop is the crater of the the ancient volcano Soufriere, or 'sulphur in the air', from which the town takes its name. While no longer a threat, the volcano last erupted in 1766, the fountains of steam are continuous and the volcano is still studied ...
... We disembarked after the 15 minute drive. It was a much larger resort, on par with Antigua. It also had the best beach of the three on the island. We walked the grounds and then took the next shuttle back. On the way back to the room, we walked along the beach area to see if there was any chairs with the umbrella. We found one (the beach area is very narrow, and the water where we sat came up & under our ...
... dressed up in a furry dolphin suit and was dancing around and having his photo taken with the passengers, it was 87º for goodness sake!
As you can see from the photo, he threw off his head,sit down in the shade and rehydrate, poor bugger.
I was directed to ...
... and relaxing afternoon - swimming, snorkelling and exploring ashore, before having a meal and drinks on the boat. At 11pm Mel, Christian, Rob and I decided to row ashore to a bar at the end of the beach where we could hear a steel band playing. Beni's Bar was small, but very atmospheric with great music, a small crowd who were all dancing, and the unmistakeable aroma of marijuana filling the air. The steel band were excellent, one of them only ...