Still Beach Resort

Address: PO Box 246, Soufrière, Saint Lucia | Resort
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This resort, located on PO Box 246, Soufrière, is near Morne Coubaril Estate and Brig Unicorn Day Sail.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Still Beach Resort Soufrière

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Soufrière

Day 112 - Castries, St. Lucia

A travel blog entry by cinnamongirl13 on Apr 27, 2013

11 photos

... we saw quite a bit of the island. The drive was up and down mountains on very twisty roads and thank goodness I know the acupressure point for motion sickness or else I might have gotten sick! The morning took us to 3 different look out points along our leisurely drive. We ended up at a reproduction 18th century plantation where we had lunch and enjoyed the music of a local steel drum band. After lunch we took a tour of ...

Dolphins and Soufriere

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Feb 12, 2013

5 photos

... isn't an entry fee, but you're supposed to get a guide and pay him, so I did. The site and guide were pretty worthless. Basically, the side of the volcano collapsed and so you can see right in where the steam still rises and you can smell the sulfur in the air. It's similar to Yellowstone or New Zealand, but much smaller in area. The only addition is that here there is a sulfur pool that you can go sit in (which I didn't as I've been in enough ...

Exploring the Caribbean the easy way -on a cruise

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Apr 15, 2012

1 comment, 129 photos

... Celebrity Showtime in the Theatre featured Kevin Jordan, a black comedian, ex-LA cop, whose act featured a police flashlight with which he picked out members of the audience and gave them a hard time. He was quite funny, with some good lines about the lack of black faces in the audience, and why young kids were in the audience, and why a 31-year old was travelling with his parents.

We had another late departure from the restaurant, but failed to kick on afterward, on account of the long day, and possibly the rum ...


A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Dec 14, 2011

46 photos

... them we were the only people there – apparently most of the tourists who come up here are from the cruise ships that dock in Castries and don’t arrive until about 11am each day.

Mario asked me if I’d tried the local beer, Piton. I said I hadn’t but that now seemed as good a time as any, so I bought us a couple (US$3 each) and we drank them while sitting on the bench out front of the ticket office. The first tourists arrived just as we sat down, ...


A travel blog entry by lukesmithers on Apr 07, 2011

... They haunt the island, the trees, with their esophagus-filled umbrella heads. This island is dying. Its cries are the waves that slap against jagged rocks. Its screams, the thunder. The fisherman cries, too. He cries for a mother poisoned by her own children. And, there in the tree, where I sit on a branch below its brain, I scratch my nails against its long neck.

Note: This is not about St. Lucia, though my visit to St. Lucia did provide much inspiration. ...