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Snorkel, swim and explore 18th-century ruins on a full-day visit to St Lucia's Anse Chastanet Resort. Arrive via powerboat to this luxury rainforest estate, where two volcanic sand beaches await. Lounge beneath palm trees, admire views of one of the UNESCO-listed Piton peaks, and snorkel among colorful finger, flower and brain corals and crustaceans. Following lunch at the property's Jungle Beach Bar & Grill embark on a guided tour of a nearby former French colonial plantation, which even appeared on The Bachelor. 


  • Full day at Anse Chastanet Resort with snorkeling
  • Take a powerboat cruise to the resort and lounge on the black volcanic sands of Anse Mamin beach
  • Snorkel in a sheltered bay with excellent visibility and observe a diverse array of coral reef and other marine life
  • Capture views of the Pitons, a UNESCO World Heritage site
  • Visit the elegant ruins of an old French plantation, the site of a rose ceremony episode from The Bachelor
  • Snorkel gear and safety briefing, lunch, entrance fee, and use of beach and shower amenities included
  • Boat ride and round-trip transport from most North Island hotels (Soufrière and Castries) included

What You Can Expect

Snorkel Adventure with Beach Time at Anse Chastanet Resort in St Lucia

Snorkel in St Lucia!

Customer Reviews

Michelle C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2015

Wonderful trip! Great snorkeling and then lunch at beach

Nicole m L

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better March 2016

Boat was late to the dock to pick us up. Listened to the staff talk too loudly all the way down to resort. Boat was all metal and not comfortable. At resort were told at 12:30 boat would take us to other side for lunch. I went snorkelling and came up at 12:00 to see everyone on boat and my husband yelling at me to hurry up.....I guess they decided to go early. They then seemed to forget to pick us up. We got tired of waiting for boat to take us back and decided to walk back at 1:30pm. They really need to organize this better. The boat is used for dives between driving us around and while I guess that makes them more money, it messed with the tour schedule and I found it completely unprofessional.

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