Category Archives: Nature & outdoors

Atlantic Shores Riding Stables – St. Lucia

HORSEBACK RIDING IN ST.LUCIA
Whether you are coming from a cruise ship or staying at an island resort, our horseback riding tours are fun for the both beginner and experiencedo riders. We offer guided trail rides through the peaceful countryside and along pristine, sandy beaches. Come explore St.Lucia on our beautiful horses. We were awarded the Certificate Of Excellence in 2015 and 2016 by satisfied customers on TripAdvisor.

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Land line: (758)454-8660
Www.atlanticridingstables.com
Email: atlanticshores758@gmail.com

Allen Cherry- Book Your Shoot!

My name is allen Chery and I’m currently a photographer at sandals grande. My journey in photography began in 2012, I was in need of a job after being unemployed for a long time. As time went by, using my time to polish on my skill as a photographer at sandals I saved up enough money to get my own camera. I’ve shot a few event sis as omg fest, denmin & diamond and imperial. I’ve also shot a few model shoots as well as engagement, maternity, family and also weddings. My goal is to continue to grow in the art of photography.
With every photo taken…. you feel like you’ve been apart of that moment.

Raheem Barnes-Rhy So Fly Photograhy

Raheem Barnes is currently a Photographer at Sandals LaToc Regency. His interest in photography spiked back in 2010, where he wanted to keep memories of his last days at the Entrepot Secondary School. Raheem’s interest continued to grow as the years went by, He was borrowed a Casio Exilm camera, wasn’t top notch but it got the job done!

Raheem shot at a few events such as Aura, Leeboration, Mercury Beach and Model Shoots. He continues to better his craft by learning , watching and a lot of practice.

 


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Saint Lucia roads less travelled

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Saint Lucia is simply beautiful. However, once here, it is easy to stick to the beaten track, which means seeing the main attractions – but also missing out on the rest.

Here are two tips where to go if you are heading south from Castries and wish to do it with a twist:

First, instead of going directly towards Soufrière (west coastal road), keep left as if you were going towards Vieux Fort / airport, and turn right just after Bexon petrol station. The winding road that will ultimately take you back to the main Marigot-Soufrière road features some amazing countryside mountain- and sea views.

Second, when you reach the south coast of Saint Lucia, check out the Laborie beach, which is just off the main Vieux Fort – Soufrière road. You cannot miss it – you will see a line of palm trees as you drive. Laborie is not really famous for its beach although the place well worth the visit.