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st lucia 4 palmModule 4: St. Lucia by Night.

St Lucia By Night: Difficulty Rating 4

In this module you will learn all about St Lucia at night. With the wide selection of Bars, restaurants and evening events on the island your clients will never get board at night.  The events below in particular should not be missed:

Gros Islet’s “Jump Up” is the biggest party night on the island.  It happens every Friday in Gros Islet Central and starts at 7pm.  You can sample some of the local fare, taste the local Piton beer and dance the night away until around 2am.
Anse La Raye’s Friday Night Fish Fry occurs on the beachside street in Anse La Raye kicking off at around 7.30pm.  The streets are lined with BBQ’s, local families mix with tourists and their families.  Sit back and relax, soak up the atmosphere, choose from king fish, mahi mahi, conch, lobster accompanied by a Lucian bake and a drink or two of your choice.  A fantastic way to relax and meet the St Lucian people.
Bang between the Pitons is a night of dining and entertainment that takes place next to the Jalouise Hilton between the Gros and Petit Piton Peaks.  It happens each Wednesday starting at 7pm, you are served a set three course meal with a drink on the house and entertained by two brothers performing acrobatics, acts of incredible balance, fire eating and limbo dancing.  A great night out for friends, couples and families alike.

You can use the search on the website to find where the restaurants are and what cuisine and entertainment they offer. Read up on places such as J.J.s Paradise in Margot Bay, at weekends you party to a live band while enjoying the food and fun atmosphere out of the town, while on Wednesday nights it hosts Seafood Night – so popular that guests are advised to book!

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