1-800-223-1108

Facebook Follow Anse Chastanet Twitter Follow Anse Chastanet Pinterest Follow Anse Chastanet Instagram Follow Anse Chastanet

HOME

Reservations

Accommodations

Romance

Cuisine

Kai Belte Spa

Activities

Events

News & Reviews

BOOK NOW!

Events
Rates Promotions Call 1-800-223-1108 Stay Connected
   


Special Events

June is the Month of Mango at Anse Chastanet

June 24-28, 2016 - Tentative event details below

MangoDid you know that there are more than 24 different kind of mangoes growing in Saint Lucia? And even better, they all will be ripe to eat in June which is why we declared June the month of Mango.

Guests staying at Anse Chastanet Resort will delight in our many mango based culinary activities and services offered during the month of June. Guests may partake in weekly mango tasting classes showcasing the varieties of mango available on the island of St Lucia. Together with our resort mixologists, learn how to make the perfect Mango Martini, Mango Mojito and Mango Daiquiri, to name just a few.

Together with the Chef de Cuisine, participate in our interactive classes to make mango chutney and mango jam and take the results of your cooking experience home with you. And in our spa, you will be able to experience mango body scrubs, wraps and massages.

In our boutiques, find an exotic array of candles, soaps and other mango delights and souvenirs celebrating our Month of Mango.

Last but not least, visit our organic farm Emerald's to see our mango trees and the great variety of other organic produce grown there. Did you know that our consulting chef Allen Susser is the National Mango Board spokesman and is the author of the The Great Mango Book?

In our restaurant you will have the option to sign up for a spectacular 5 course mango gourmet dinner and of course many of our dishes served during the month of June will have mango ingredients. The month of mango culminates in our Mango Madness Festival which takes place from 24-28 June 2016, where you can meet Chef Allen Susser and the entire culinary team personally during a string of events.

See how delicious mangoes get turned into mouth watering delights such as Mango Passion Fruit Jam below.

Mango Madness Festival

JUNE 24 - 28, 2016

Mango Madness or 1001 Things You Could Do With A Mango Before You Die has been brought to life by the resort's consulting Chef Allen Susser and his team, celebrating the many varieties of mangos available in St Lucia. Allen Susser who is the author of a Mango cookbook and the definite authority on mangos, will host the event personally. The activities include a mango chutney work shop, mango cocktail party, Mango tasting and demonstration Mango Madness cooking class - the highlight being the "Night of 1000 Mangos" dinner at the Treehouse Restaurant. Participants in the Mango Madness will join in mango field trips to the resort owned organic and historical plantations of Anse Mamin and Emerald.

Mango Chutney“Our Cuisine at Anse Chastanet is a celebration of the bold flavors of the world's tropical cultures", says Chef Allen. "The cooking is fresh, simple and succinct. There is always flexibility for the seasons, and availability of local products. As a chef my passion is taste. The bottom line here is that food comes to nature and the nature of taste." Allen Susser personal culinary viewpoint has been established since 1986 upon opening his groundbreaking Miami restaurant Chef Allen's. The New York Times called Allen the "Ponce De Leon of New Florida cooking". Chef Allen's new New World Cuisine is fresh and flavorful, like a tropical vacation on a plate. His vision of what the future holds is a culinary fusion of cultures that share similar landscapes, tropical ingredients and diverse spice boxes.

Allen is currently the spokesman for the National Mango Board, and serves as President of the Miami, Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association. He is a prestigious James Beard Award winner and received an honorary Doctorate of Culinary Arts from Johnson and Wales University. Allen was Chef of the Year for Share Our Strength for his community involvement to End Childhood Hunger, as well as currently active on the Board of the Daily Bread Food Bank. His published works include New World Cuisine and Cookery, The Great Citrus Book and The Great Mango Book.

Friday, June 24th

Mango Cocktail Party at the Piti Piton Bar 6:30pm-7:30pm

The abundant varieties of Mango’s are our inspiration for the weekend celebration. Join us to kick off the festival. Chef Allen will host an interactive mango display to tantalize your taste buds and introduce you to the flavors of Saint Lucia. Come share a Mango Mojito along with our mango canapés
(Complimentary to Anse Chastanet guests)

Saturday, June 25th

Mango ChutneyA once in a lifetime Mango Tour of Nick Troubetzkoy’s Emerald Gardens Hosted by our Consulting Chef Allen Susser 9:00 – 11:00 am.

Starting off with a walking and tasting tour of our own Organic Garden at Emerald Estate to see first hand our Jade Cuisine concept; “From the Farm to the Plate.” You will see the sultry natural habitat of our mango fields – Learn why mangos are the most popular fruit in the world from our mango expert – Chef Allen. Enjoy a relaxed tropical snack and more mangos on the back porch of the farmhouse. Please sign up with Guest Services.
(US 35 per person cover charge, all prices subject to 10% Service and 10% VAT)

Night of 1000 mangoes: Mango Dinner at The Treehouse Restaurant beginning at 6:30 pm.

This will be a luscious, silky and rich mango dinner - A Five-course spectacular Mango, Seasonal and Sustainable Menu matched with wines.
(Mango Dinner set menu US 95 + optional wine pairing per person, charged by the glass all prices subject to 10% Service and 10% VAT.)

Sunday, June 26th

Mango Mixology Class - Sunday at the Beach bar from 4:30 - 5:30 pm.

For those who enjoy Caribbean rum, explore the fine craft of mixing mango cocktails using basic techniques and tricks of our bartenders. Learn how to make Mango Mojitos, Mango Coladas, and our most popular Coco Doo in our Mango Mixology Class. If you already have a favorite from our Cocktail Menu, we would love to show you how it is made.
($35 per person; sign up at Guest Services. All prices subject to 10% Service and 10% VAT)

Monday, June 27th

Mango Chutney

Mango chutney workshop: starts Monday at 3:30 pm located at the beach grill

Learn how we preserve the exotic flavor of mango with spices in the age-old tradition of chutney making. Enter the mango, preferable a fresh picked one—any variety will do. And imagine your paradise. There is no clever chemistry in detecting ripeness. It’s about a feel (gently) and a smell (go to town). Color has less bearing here than in the real world, and that is as it should be. The mango-pantone is rich, filled with green, red, purplish-red, yellow, spotted, or any combination of the above, and comes in all shapes and sizes. This will be hands on with sample jars for you to take home.
(Please sign up at Guest Services, US 25 per person cover charge, all prices subject to 10% Service and 10% VAT)

Lunch on our Private Beach at the Jungle Grill at Anse Mamin

Take a water taxi over and enjoy a leisurely lunch grilled under the palm trees and mango trees. The menu is simple and delicious featuring freshly caught fish, mangos, mango salsas, mango slaw and salads.
(Jungle Grill a la carte rates apply)

Tour the Plantation at Anse Mamin with our Special Guide Meno at 1:45 pm.

The grounds include an old and tropical plantation called Anse Mamin. The plantation was originally a sugar cane plantation in the 18th century, until changing hands turned towards Cocoa plants. The cocoa plants are still numerous on the grounds for guests to see and for us to produce our own estate chocolates. In Anse Mamin one can find turmeric, cashews, tamarind, mango, avocado, oranges, tangerines, guavas, papaya, coconut, breadfruit, yams and sweet potatoes. See the mango trees throughout the Plantation. The superior taste and quality of the ingredients as well as the connection to the earth is the culinary motivation. By happenstance Anse Mamin is a wonderful organic resource.
(Complimentary to all guests)

Tuesday, June 28th

Tuesday Evening Managers “Jump Up” Mango Greeting Cocktail Party at 6:30 – 7:30 pm.

Come join us at the Trou Au Diable beach bar for exotic, tropical and Mango cocktails and passed Hors D’Oeurves that reflect the wonderful flavors of mangos.


 

2016 Coral Spawning at Anse Chastanet

Predicted August 25th & 26th, 2016

Last year's event details:

brain coral spawn

SOUFRIERE, St. Lucia (September 7th, 2015) Anse Chastanet’s experienced scuba team predicted this year’s coral spawning to occur on September 5th and 6th and as usual they were on right on cue. On the first evening, the spawning started with the elkhorn corals at around 9:15pm followed by the brain and boulder star corals, which again spawned in large numbers this year. On the second evening of the spawning, scuba divers could observe the ruby brittle star fish which also spawned in large numbers.

Observing the brittle stars is similar to watching a magic act as they appear so suddenly. The spectacle starts with one and within a blink of an eye the reef is teeming with a vibrant red as their numbers grow. Their goal is to climb to the highest points to release their eggs to make sure they can drift away freely. In the process they will use any means necessary including climbing sea urchins to get higher on the reef.

red coralThis year, scuba divers could again observe a number of worms in particular one set of mysterious worms for which there is no official classification for as yet. The unique thing about these worms is that when they get in contact with something the bluish worm appears to explode in what looks like thousand of tiny blue eggs while the red ones explodes in a cloud of what appears to be sperm.

If you have missed our coral spawning this year there is always a chance to see it next year. The Scuba St Lucia team predicts the dates for 2016 to be August 25 and 26. For more information and reservations contact us at scuba@ansechastanet.com or call 1-800-223-1108

View some of last year's event below

 


Spices of the Caribbean 2016, October 14-18 (Event details to be announced) - 2015 Event Details Below PDF

Spices

Spices

Download 2015 - PDF


Discover Chocolate - December 9-13, 2016 (tentative event details below)

Anse Chastanet Estate Chocolate Festival

We would like to introduce you to the world’s favorite aphrodisiac: Chocolate. This will be delicious, interactive chocolate experience featuring our own estate grown cacao. The cacao has a history in St Lucia that dates back to the early 1700’s. The Cacao trees where established in Anse Mamin and Emerald Estate including over 1000 Cacao Trees. We have been harvesting and producing cocoa for many years supplying the local market and culture as well as becoming a part of the international commodity of Cocoa.

December 9th

Chocolate enthused Cocktail Party in the Emerald Restaurant 6:00 7:00 pm

This is the Launch for our own Nick Troubetzkoy’s Emerald Estate Chocolate. Our Chocolate is hand crafted with organically grown cocoa beans from Nick Troubetzkoy’s Emerald Estate here on St Lucia. Three generations of care and local technique have taught us to select exceptional quality cacao beans that are hand picked at their peak maturity and ripeness.

We are a Bean to Bar organic single estate boutique chocolate maker. James Beard award winning Chef Allen Susser has pioneered this signature intense chocolate taste with exotic tropical aromas. Our secret is authentically hand crafting small batches of our own cacao beans, slow roasted and stone ground. Emerald Estate Chocolate is to savor.

Start your evening with the alchemy of chocolate hosted by Chef Allen. He will introduce you to the world of chocolate. You will see freshly picked Cocoa pods, and toasted beans and taste a variety of Emerald Estate Chocolate bitter sweet and sweet chocolates. Enjoy a complimentary signature “Chocolate-tini”. (Complimentary for all guests)

December 10th

Join our Morning tour of Nick Troubetzkoy’s Emerald Estate Cacao Plantation and Emerald Organic Farm. Chef Allen will host a chocolate workshop. 9:00 - 11:00 am

The Estate is a Cacao Plantation dating back three generations. It also serves as the organic farm that supplies all the fruits and vegetables for our Anse Chastanet Caribbean inspired Cuisine and served throughout the Resort. At the farm we will go through the production of cacao beans including pod picking, fermenting, drying rails and then a discussion on the alchemy of making chocolate. You will experience the local chocolate tradition of St Lucian Chocolate Tea. Taking part in a chocolate demonstration and sampling it’s rich calming effects. (US25 per guest + 10% service charge and 10% VAT. Sign up at Social Desk)

December 11th

The Long Lost Art of Chocolate Truffle Creation!

Chocolate Truffle Workshop at our Chocolate Lab 3:00 - 4:00 pm

Everyone wants to get their hands on our chocolate. But some want to take that to a whole new level! This truffle workshop focuses on techniques you can use in your own kitchen using ingredients you can find in local stores. The best part... you take home what you make! So, if you’ve ever pondered the alchemy involved in the making of fine chocolate, enroll in the Chocolate Truffle workshop and learn the delicious art for yourself! (US45 per guest. Sign up at Social Desk)

Why stop at food and drink? Luxuriate in our Spa Chocolate delight.

Luxury at it’s sweetest. Chocolate - what a treat to experience it on your body. The cocoa bean which grows here in Sou- friere has long been touted for breaking down harmful free radical and now Jade Mountain has taken the chocolate treat- ment to new exotic heights. Revitalize your skin with anti–oxidant properties while indulging your sense for sweetness with this delightful chocolate experience. Decently warm then cooling chocolate is applied in layers, stimulating endorphins in the body and adding minerals to the skin to awaken your senses and bringing them into pure harmony. The chocolate caresses your skin while you relax, leaving you looking refreshed and feeling revitalized. (Optional inclusion: $150 US plus 10% service charge – please book as early as possible)

December 12th

The Emerald Estate Cocoa Tree to Chocolate Bar Tour from 9:00 - 11:00 am.

In this class we would like to indulge you further into the world’s favorite aphrodisiac... chocolate. We will host you on our Emerald Estate Cocoa Tour to show you the complete cycle of Tree to Bar production. We will discuss the history of chocolate in the Caribbean and the production process. To start off we will visit the Emerald Estate to witness the natural side of cocoa including tasting raw cacao while discussing the fermentation, sun drying and polishing of the beans. Then travel back to our own Chocolate Lab to elaborate on the technical part of making the perfect chocolate bar. This 2 hour guided experience takes you through cocoa bean roasting, grinding and conching in the making of our chocolate to create the perfect snap and shine. Along the way you will enjoy an invigorating cup of local cocoa tea and our organic chocolate bars that range from 60%, 70 % and 92 % Bittersweet.. A complimentary Bar of Emerald Estate Organic Chocolate will be our treat to you as souvenir to take home. (US75 per guest + 10% service charge and 10% VAT. Sign up at Social Desk)

Lunch at our private beach at the Jungle Grill at Anse Mamin

Take a water taxi over and enjoy a leisurely lunch grilled under the shade of the mango and palm tree. The menu is simple and delicious. With your toes in the sand, you have to try our “adult” Chocolate Milk Shake with a jungle burger. (Jungle Grill a la carte rates apply)

Tour the plantation at Anse Mamin with our special guide at 1:45pm

The grounds include an old and tropical plantation called Anse Mamin. The Plantation was originally a sugar cane plantation in the 18th century, until changing hands and moving to a cocoa crop. The cacao plants are still numerous on the grounds for guests to see and for us to produce our own estate chocolate. A tour with Meno is always memorable as he shares his heritage, his enthusiasm, and some herbal secrets. In Anse Mamin one can find turmeric, tamarind, cashews, mangos, avocados, oranges, tangerines, guavas, papaya, coconut, bread fruit, yams, and sweet potatoes. The superior taste and quality of the ingredients as well as the connection to the earth is inspiring. Anse Mamin is a wonderful resource. (Complimentary for all guests)

December 13th

Chocolate Sensory tasting - Monday Morning 10:00 - 10:30 am in the Emerald Restaurant

Cocoa beans from the tree Theobroma cacao are a very complex raw ingredient used to make the chocolate. The complexity of the cocoa bean’s flavor mystifies chocolate lovers. Three main cacao bean types exist: Foras- tero, Criollo, and a hybrid of the formers, Trinitario. All sensory panels should occur first thing in the morning so that the panelists have a fresh focus and can concentrate on the task at hand. We will be tasting and evaluating plenty of Nick Troubetzkoy’s Emerald Estate Organic Hand Made Chocolates. Come have fun with us this morning. (Complimentary for all guests)

Discover Chocolate — Chocolate Lab from 10:45 - 12 noon

For this tantalizing interactive experience following the Chocolate Sensory Tasting, we will move to the Choco- late Lab to discover just how chocolate is made. We are a Tree to Bar organic boutique chocolate producer using only Emerald Estate Organic Cocoa. Join us to learn the basic techniques of making chocolate, tempering choco- late, creating your own fudge and making a personalized chocolate bar. The best part...you take home what you make! So, if you’ve ever pondered the alchemy involved in creating the finest of chocolates, enroll in this Discover Choco- late workshop and learn this delightful art for yourself. This class is hands on so be prepared to be covered with chocolate! (US45 per guest. Sign up at Social Desk)

Tuesday Evening Manager’s Anse Chastanet Resort Chocolate greeting cocktail party 6:30 -7:30pm

Come Join us at the beach restaurant for our signature Spiced Rum punch and passed Hors D’ oeuvres. Experience a St Lucian Tropical Chocolate Fondue using Nick Troubetzkoy’s Emerald Estate Chocolate. (Complimentary for all guests)

Learn More - View Our 2015 Discover Chocolate Flyer


Cooking In Paradise

Cooking in Paradise Today tropical cooking is hot; it influences style, and sultry flavors. Cooking in Anse Chastanet is Paradise. St Lucia is a mosaic of foods and tropical ingredients that blend both the climate and landscape. Cultural diversity and their exotic spice boxes add intrigue to the many flavors.

Tropical Fruits are one of the defining ingredients in this cuisine. Mango, papaya, guava, pineapple, banana, tamarind, sour orange and passion fruit are each common and at the same time exotic when cooking in Paradise. At Anse Chastanet we are able to use natural sustainable resources from our organic Emerald Gardens and the Plantation fruits from Anse Mamin. We would like you to find PARADISE with us.

March 18-22, 2016 - Tentative event details below

Friday

Paradise cocktail party at Piti Piton Bar 6:30 – 7:15pm

The abundant exotic fruits are our inspiration for the weekend celebration. join us to kick off the festival. Chef Allen and Chef Jeffrey will host an Interactive tropical fruit display to tantalize your taste buds and introduce you to the flavors of paradise. Come share an Iced Coconut Rum Punch.

Saturday

Anse Mamin – New World Grillin’ Beach Bash – 12:00 – 2:00 pm

In the shade of the palms we are grilling the best beach foods inspired by the Caribbean. Our champion grill chefs are preparing their favorites savory and sweet, tasty and delicious beach shack fancies. This is truly, Cooking in Paradise Treat yourself to tropical abundance and exotic saucy skewers, beefy brochettes, kweyol kabobs. Come join in the fun!

New World Cuisine Dinner in the Tree House Restaurant: beginning at 6:30 pm.

A five-course dinner spectacular Seasonal and Sustainable Menu matched with wines.

Sunday

Tour of Nick Troubetzkoy’s Emerald Gardens Hosted by our consulting Chef Allen Susser 9:00 – 11:00 am

Starting off with a walking and tasting tour of our own Organic Garden at Emerald Estate to see first hand our Jade Cuisine concept; “From the Farm to the Plate.” We grow crisp salad greens, cucumbers, pumpkin, eggplants, cabbages, baby carrots and 10 varieties of herbs, tropical fruits, mangos, and cacao beans. Enjoy a relaxed tropical show and tell cooking class and snack in the shade of the farmhouse. (US25 per guest).

Saint Lucian Rum Mixology Class Beach Bar from 4:30pm to 5:30pm.

For those who enjoy Caribbean rum, explore the fine craft of mixing cocktails using the basic techniques and tricks of our bartenders. Learn how to make Mojitos, Pina Coladas, and our most popular Coco Doo in our weekly Mixology Class.

Monday

Lunch on our Private Beach at the Jungle Grill at Anse Mamin

Take a resort shuttle boat over and enjoy a leisurely lunch grilled under the palm trees and mango trees. The menu is simple and delicious featuring freshly caught fish and salads.

Tour the Plantation at Anse Mamin with our special guide, Meno at 1:45 pm (complimentary)

The grounds include an old and tropical plantation called Anse Mamin. The plantation was originally a sugarcane plantation in the 18th century, until changing hands turned towards Cocoa plants. The cocoa plants are still numerous on the grounds for guest to see and for us to produce our own estate chocolates. In Anse Mamin one can find turmeric, cashews, tamarind, mango, avocado, oranges, tangerines, guavas, papaya, coconut, breadfruit, yams and sweet potatoes. The superior taste and quality of the ingredients as well as the connection to the earth is the motivation. By happenstance Anse Mamin is a wonderful organic resource.

New World Cuisine Dinner in the Tree House Restaurant: beginning at 6:30 pm.

A five-course dinner spectacular Seasonal and Sustainable Menu matched with wines.

Tuesday

Paradise Chocolate Sensory Tasting Tuesday from 10:00 - 10:30 am in the Emerald Restaurant (Complimentary; sign up at Guest Services)

Join us on an awakening journey through the fruitful flavor palate of cocoa and chocolate. We will start by tasting the cocoa bean, which is the very first step in chocolate production, and end with the strongest type of cocoa mass while sampling all in between. We will focus our attention on how to truly appreciate chocolate as it should be tasted and educate ourselves on its distinct differences. As a culmination of the sensory tasting session sample some of our homemade truffles and a taste of Emerald Estate Organic Chocolate bar.

ACR -Tuesday evening Managers greeting cocktail party 6:30 – 7:30 pm.

Come join us on the at the Trou au Diable Beach Bar for exotic, tropical cocktails and passed Hors D’Oeurves that reflect the wonderful flavors of Cooking in Paradise.


Advanced Photography and Lighting Workshop: Saint Lucia

Blanketed in lush jungles, edged by luminous white-sand beaches, and crowned by the staggering twin peaks of its iconic Pitons, Saint Lucia is one of the Caribbean’s most picturesque islands. Capture this stunning tropical scenery—and the stories of a vibrant Caribbean culture—while fine-tuning your photography and lighting skills. This advanced workshop is led by National Geographic photographer Joe McNally and a professional instructor and is designed for advanced photographers and National Geographic Photography Workshop alumni who want to take the next step in their technical and image-making abilities. The workshop is limited to 16 participants.

Is this advanced workshop for you?

  • Are you comfortable with your camera and all of its manual settings?
  • Do you have professional-level editing software (Lightroom, Aperture, Photo Mechanic, Bridge) downloaded onto your laptop computer and are you proficient in using it?
  • Do you seek to further develop your photographic style or voice?
  • Do you have an interest in learning the nuances of flash photography?
  • Are you passionate about taking your photography to the next level?

Our workshop features lectures and demonstrations on a variety of advanced photography techniques, with a special focus on the use of light. Topics include improving your understanding of exposure and metering; flash photography and mixed light situations; working with gels, light shapers, line of sight TTL, and manual radio syncing; balancing indoor/outdoor scenarios with flash; how to use small flash effectively, travel with a minimum of gear, and make beautiful pictures and portraits; and enhancing your ability to tell powerful stories through your photos.

The following is our planned itinerary; however, the schedule is flexible to allow for spontaneous photographic opportunities.

Itinerary - 6 Days

Day 1 — Anse Chastanet, Saint Lucia

Arrive at our stunning beachfront resort in Saint Lucia, which offers clear views of the island’s iconic Pitons—a UNESCO World Heritage site. Take some warm-up shots of these mesmerizing peaks, rising from the surrounding sapphire waters in a lush explosion of emerald-green splendor. Gather this evening for a private reception and welcome dinner, followed by an orientation with National Geographic photographer Joe McNally.
Anse Chastanet Resort (D)

Day 2 — Anse Chastanet

Meet in the classroom this morning for a review of each participant’s portfolio. Following a presentation on basic lighting techniques, we’ll head to the beach for an on-location demonstration related to changing light quality. Break into small groups for your first assignment, using newly acquired skills to photograph one of our models in the surf. Join your instructors for an optional sunset shoot tonight.
Anse Chastanet Resort (B)

Day 3 — Anse Chastanet

This morning’s classroom session begins with an edit-and-critique of yesterday’s photos, followed by a discussion on the basics of using small speed lights and a demonstration on how to use flash in interior spaces. After lunch, split into small groups and work with one of our models to create quality portraits. We’ll have access to resort guestrooms—the perfect place to practice balancing light to account for interior and exterior exposures.
Anse Chastanet Resort (B)

Day 4 — Soufrière

Gather this morning for an edit-and-critique session. We’ll then discuss environmental portraiture and learn strategies for effectively telling stories through our portraits. This afternoon, we’ll travel the nearby fishing port of Soufrière. Meet with firemen and villagers at the local fire station, using your surroundings to create evocative individual and group portraits that tell their stories.
Anse Chastanet Resort (B)

Day 5 — Anse Mamin

After a group critique of images from the previous day’s photo shoot, we’ll hear from our instructors on how to show motion by using flash in still photography. After an early lunch, board a boat bound for Anse Mamin beach, where we’ll meet up with mountain bikers for a jungle photo shoot. In small groups, we’ll practice using flash for dynamic stop-action and blur techniques. Learn how to drag your shutter and use rear curtain sync—capturing movement at the beginning of the exposure, while freezing a portion of the subject at the end of the exposure. Return to Anse Chastanet and enjoy a sunset shoot on the beach involving three photographic setups, followed by a farewell group dinner to cap off our week.
Anse Chastanet Resort (B, D)

Day 6 — Anse Chastanet

Attend a final group critique, followed by a presentation of the workshop’s best images. The workshop ends at noon.
(B)

View more on National Geographic and sign up here



Share Us:
Facebook Follow Anse Chastanet Twitter Follow Anse Chastanet

Book Online 1-800-223-1108
FRANÇAIS
DEUTSCH
OUR OTHER SITES
Jade Mountain
Scuba St. Lucia
Elope To Paradise Weddings
P O Box 7000
Soufriere, St. Lucia
ansechastanet@ansechastanet.com
www.ansechastanet.com
Copyright © 2015 Anse Chastanet Resort
Design by: New Ave Consulting