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Anse Cochon Beach

Anse La Raye, St. Lucia
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US$121.00*
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St Lucia Full-Day Catamaran Sightseeing Cruise With Snorkeling
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  • Excellent47%
  • Very good36%
  • Average8%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible1%
11 Feb 2017
“Nice sandy bay with good snorkelling”
26 Jan 2017
“OK Snorkeling”
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Anse La Raye, St. Lucia
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Reviewed 6 days ago

The entrance to Ti Kaye is on the right at the top of the 2nd large hill as you leave Anse La Raye, headed south. They have a good sign. Yes, the road to the resort is paved, but quite bumpy. But what you get...More

Thank LonestarSpartan
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Not really much else to say that hasn't been said already, we drove down and paid the $10 per person fee, but this only applies to adults so our kids didn't get charged, we used the vouchers they gave us at the restaurant. We spent...More

Thank fronty
Reviewed 11 February 2017 via mobile

The first problem is to find it ! Turnoff the main road that goes to Ti Kaye resort. It is rough and steep in places, but if you go slow it is ok. When you get to the resort gate, you have to pay US$10/person...More

1  Thank BELMONTIpswich
Reviewed 26 January 2017

We stopped here for about an hour on dive/snorkel tour from Marigot Bay. We were dropped near beach and then floated along North side of cove to where the boat was waiting for divers over the sunken ship. Saw nice coral (don't touch) and fish...More

Thank a_traveler_too
Reviewed 7 January 2017

We rented a car for a week and drove from Rodney Bay. Was expecting the rough road down to the beach, we cheered in the car when we arrived. Paid $10 each resort fee at the gate, but this is redeemable at the beach restaurant...More

Thank Mike C
Reviewed 3 January 2017 via mobile

We came here as we had heard about snorkeling. It was the best we have found on the whole island. There were a few vendors but they were very respectful and kept their distance. A few trips came in from cruise ships early afternoon when...More

Thank andy_tracymadgwick
Reviewed 11 December 2016

My wife and I stopped here on 2 different occasions taking private boat tours to snorkeling destinations, and we loved it. There are no roped off areas here like there are at Sugar Beach and Anse Chastenet, and you can freely snorkel anywhere in the...More

Thank MJMCPA
Reviewed 3 December 2016

Other reviewers have downgraded this beach because of the pesky vendors, or the fees levied by the Ti Kaye resort. They just aren't doing it right! If you go down on a tour boat, you might as well paint a target on your back. And...More

Thank Fe_Flyer
Reviewed 31 August 2016

Great sport for snorkling on the right side of the beach there is a natural reef with lots of tropical fish and beautiful corals. First time seeing octupus.

Thank France P
Reviewed 6 July 2016

Awesome staff is amazing beautiful snirkling and rainbow with his birds. You will enjoy the slow pace

Thank geogtalbert
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Lynn I
We are renting a van to get to the beach, can a van handle the road to Anse Cochon? We are also coming with my father who is 84 and can't do a lot of stairs, are there stairs or a path down to the beach from the public parking? Also, how long of a walk is it from the parking lot?
13 August 2015|
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Lynn I
We are renting a van to get to the beach, can a van handle the road to Anse Cochon? We are also coming with my father who is 84 and can't do a lot of stairs, are there stairs or a path down to the beach from the public parking? Also, how long of a walk is it from the parking lot?
13 August 2015|
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Response from Saintlysinner | Reviewed this property |
Hi we stayed at the Ti Kaye resort and the road is very bumpy. However if you go slow in the van it should be ok. We had a one litre car and managed it slowly but surely. With the car park it depends where you park if you... More
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Lauren24
Hi, How much was it to hire sunbeds? Thanks, Lauren
4 January 2015|
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Response from MommyTess | Reviewed this property |
We snorkeled from a boat, so I do not know. So sorry!
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