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All reviews fish tour boats ti kaye resort anse cochon local vendors day pass great snorkeling the reefs large number snorkel gear dive shop bar restaurant beautiful scenery wheel drive i'm sure short stop beautiful area
We drove there and paid 10 each US to use the beach access. We then used the credits for food, so we felt it was worth it. We had the beach to ourselves earlier till after lunch when the snorkeling tour boats came in. They...More
I'm sure it must be a nice beach - bit hard to tell really with the hordes of tourist taking over the northern end of the beach. They come in Catamarans, mostly from Cruise ships. There were four beached there disgorging hundreds of tourists who...More
We were staying up north and took a day trip to soufriere that included stopping in Marigot bay to look and anse cochon to swim. Water was beautiful calm and clean and some that went snorkeling said it was like an aquarium! Would definitely recommend
Whilst there are frequent catamaran visitors they don’t stay for longer than 30 minutes so the beach is mostly just resort guests. As a result it stays pretty quiet.
Snorkelling is best to the south with excellent soft corals.
The beach restaurant is very good....More
We went there twice. Once off a full day catamaran trip in a day that it rained off and on all day.. This was just a short stop. visibility not the best. Back 2 days later, great day... water was clear, lots of fish .....More
The snorkeling could have been very good. But four catamaran tours came at the same time making it very crowded. An initially friendly local kayaker offered us a tow to the "good fish" we tried to decline repeatedly but finally accepted and were glad we...More
We stopped at Anse Cochon Beach for a swim as part of a cruise ship shore excursion to the Pitons (see my review "Two if by sea . . . ") and didn't even realize it was the beach for Ti Kaye Resort & Spa,...More
We litterally just got back from here. We rented a car, a sedan, and made it barely. There is about a 2 mile stretch of really crappy roads. Once you get to the reception area, where we parked there are about 190 steps... More
We litterally just got back from here. We rented a car, a sedan, and made it barely. There is about a 2 mile stretch of really crappy roads. Once you get to the reception area, where we parked there are about 190 steps down to the beach. The snorkeling there was in my opinion not worth it. On a scale of 1-10, it was a three. I wouldn’t go back unless by boat. We did have a nice afternoon there but it’s a shame about the road.
Thanks for your reply. Thanks for letting me know about the road. Did your rental car company give you a good map of the island? Should we bring a map? I read somewhere else that from the resort you can drive down to the... More
Thanks for your reply. Thanks for letting me know about the road. Did your rental car company give you a good map of the island? Should we bring a map? I read somewhere else that from the resort you can drive down to the Beach Bar and avoid the resort steps. Do you think that's possible? Thanks again for your help.