Têt Rouge Resort in Saint Lucia
We can't wait to welcome you to Têt Rouge Resort! To help you with your trip planning, we've answered some of the questions we’re asked most often, including information about Saint Lucia’s Airport, the island of Saint Lucia and our resort information. If you still have questions, we’re always happy to help.
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Anse L'Ivrogne is a nice natural beach within a 20-25 minute walk downhill from us (with gorgeous views along the way). Other lovely beaches are just a short drive away – including Anse des Pitons, aka Sugar or Jalousie Beach (10 minute drive around the Gros Piton), and Malgretoute Beach (on the other side of the Petit Piton), as well as Anse Chastanet and Anse Mamin near Soufriere. You can snorkel at any of these beaches. All beaches are public.
You can hike the Gros Piton (within walking distance from our property or a five-minute drive) and visit all the natural attractions in the South. Tet Paul nature trail and Bon Nouvel nature trails are within a 10-15 minute drive. The Soufriere Drive-in volcano and mud baths are a 20 minute drive. Diamond Falls (at the Botanical Gardens), Toraille Falls, Piton Falls (where you can sit under the warm falling waters) and Jerusalem Falls are beautiful waterfalls that are all located within a 20-30 minute drive.
There is also the Enbas Saut Falls hike, off the beaten path, in the rainforest. On the trail you may see/hear the St. Lucian parrot flying by. Morne Coubaril has zip lines and horseback riding, and it is not too far from us. You can also take a tour of one of the working cocoa plantations in the area (within 15 minute drive). Our staff can help you plan/organize your days when you arrive – including boat trips (snorkeling at Coral gardens or other customized trips). There are also catamaran day trips available out of Soufriere.
Many restaurants as well as the large supermarkets accept both USD and Eastern Caribbean Dollars (EC or XCD), as well as credit cards. The local taxis usually accept EC or USD and some accept credit cards.Smaller local shops, markets and restaurants take the local EC currency. The bank machines in towns will give EC dollars when you withdraw using your bank card.
Getting married in Saint Lucia couldn’t be easier since there is no residency period. We can refer you to a certified wedding coordinator that can help you with your paperwork and wedding details.
- Valid Passport
- Birth Certificate
- Divorce Decree (if an Applicant has been divorced). Note that the original or certified copy should be presented as proof.
- A death certificate (original or certified copy) of the spouse (in the case of a widow/widower)
- A sworn affidavit of consent stamped by a Notary Public if one of the parties is under age 18
- An authenticated translation in addition to the originals if required documents are not in English.