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Coco Palm Resorts, St. Lucia

Beautiful St. LuciaBeautiful St. LuciaTired of unrequited resolutions? Forget them, pigeon, you're already breathtaking, and 2008 is the perfect year to start living your "Island Girl" fantasies.

 

Follow the to the conga line to beautiful St. Lucia for an intoxicating bounty of white sandy beaches, trippy restaurants and a fresh fruit mani and pedi at Coco Palm's C.Coco Palms ResortCoco Palms Resort

Park your stuff at Coco Palm's Resort and discover all St. Lucia has to offer with their "Explore St. Lucia" package. Here's what you're in for:

 

  • 20% savings from now until December 15, 2008
  • 4 nights accommodations for 2 people
  • Snorkeling or scuba diving at Anse Cochon with a private guide
  • Day cruise to Soufriere, which includes a visit to the sulphur springs near the Pitons and lunch at The Still
  • Excursion to Anse La Raye Fish Fry street party on Friday night (must be booked for a Friday night accommodation)
  • Full day "Rhythm of Rum" tour, including transportation to Rousseau Valley and, of course, free samples
  • Dinner for 2 at Ti Bananne Caribbean Bistro (on-site restaurant)
  • Authentic Creole breakfast for 2 at Ti Bananne
  • Rates start at $1517.50 per person based on double occupancy

Coco Resorts

Rodney Bay Boulevard, P.O, Box GM 605
Rodney Bay Village, St. Lucia
Phone: +1 758 456 2800

Got your escape plan mapped out yet? Tell us where you're going to live your island fantasies!

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