Keep Fit or Chill at the villa
Chill by the pool or burn some calories on the elliptical and bike in the Games room. Alternatively, take a walk in the National Park right behind the villa. Here you can get to the very top of the hill and enjoy true 360 degree views of St Lucia and Martinique.
If you prefer something competitive without burning calories then why not play some pool and poker in the Games room.
Yoga mats are available in each bedroom.
Located below Akasha is Cariblue beach. You can walk down a small path or drive, and park at The Body Holiday car park. The Body Holiday is consistantly rated at one of the top all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean. They offer a day pass, with fantastic value including drinks, food and use of some water sport facilities.
For golf enthusiasts the only 18 hole course in St Lucia is 3 minute drive away. This was acquired by Sandals in 2017 but available to the public.
It offers super views and has been re-designed by Greg Norman. We can book tee times for you.
St Lucia is recognized as one of the best places in the world to dive. Spectacular day or night dive sites are just off the island, ranging from easy to challenging. Let us arrange your dive with fully qualified PADI instructors.
Hike The Pitons
The iconic Pitons rise majestically 771m from sea level and are a designated a world heritage site. Climbing the pitons can be a great challenge, take a hike with a recognized and knowledgeable local guide. We recommend an early morning hike as the weather can get hot quickly and make it even more challenging.
The Caribbean Sea is a calm place to enjoy a day (or half day) out on a boat – motorized or sail. Boat trips we organise are all crewed by experienced sailors, keen to show you the best beaches, snorkelling sites, dolphins and much more.
These boat trips can be combined with a visit to the sulphur springs and or mud baths. On the day you can anchor in one of the bays and enjoy a picnic on a beach or dine in one of the many restaurants.
This is a 40 acre national park and has a long historical significance for St Lucia. Originally an island but a causeway was built to it in the 1970s. Here the English and French fought many battles. You can still see some of the old fort ruins.
You will also find a small beach ideal for children. In the park there is a great restaurant, Jambe De Bois, suitable for all ages. It is open for lunch and dinner.
Just by the entrance of the park you will find numerous local restaurants and bars.
A great way to see the island’s green landscape and its rain forest. Alternatively, you can take the helicopter transfer which not only flies you over the rainforest, it also reduces your transfer time to/from the international airport to the villa.
There are two sites where you can participate. Both are located in the rainforest. While you are here, take a trek through the rainforest to maximize your enjoyment.
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