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A quaint fishing village that is picture-perfect with fishing nets hanging to dry and brightly-colored boats bobbing in the harbor.
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Reviewed 15 October 2016

A wonderful Caribbean experience with fresh delicious seafood, made before your eyes. An outdoor street party at the beach complete with locals, even a few chickens, cats and dogs under the long tables...Interact with local fishermen and villagers.

Thank kristinasouth
Reviewed 22 August 2016 via mobile

We went to Anse La Raye for the Friday night fish fry. Now, certainly the island is basically empty of tourists now, but we were expecting a hopping party with live music and inexpensive good local food. The music was a DJ and the food...More

Thank ChicagoK47
Reviewed 26 July 2016 via mobile

We ventured out to this village from our rental house in Marigot Bay to experience the Friday Fish Fry everyone who has been to St Lucia raved about. We visited St Lucia over the Christmas holiday and did not know that the Fish fry was...More

Thank M D
Reviewed 27 June 2016 via mobile

Anse La Raye was a fun Friday night fish fry and night out. The street food was delicious. We had some dorado, plantains, rice and peas and macaroni and cheese. We each enjoyed several mini Heineken chilled in a massive cooler of ice and water....More

1  Thank TravelerTK4
Reviewed 11 May 2016

This is one of a number of small, old fishing villages around St Lucia that we came across on the road between Castries, where our cruise ship made port, and Soufrière, where you can cruise on the Bay and see the Pitons. It has a...More

Thank seagullrob
Reviewed 23 April 2016

At one time I have no doubt that this village, nestled in a little cove, was both a real fishing village and an out of the way slice of island life. Not so much these days. Our small tour bus came into the ramshackle village...More

Thank Tom M
Reviewed 19 March 2016

Total bummer. No seafood party on Fridays during Lent. What a total disappointment. I was surprised to find tourist activities cancelled because of one religions holiday. Boo!!

Thank ExhaustedTvlr
Reviewed 10 March 2016 via mobile

Giant cruise ship seem to drive hundreds of tourists straight to Anse La Raye which has managed to retain a good feel of a local fishing village despite that. Nice to visit if you can avoid the crowd!

1  Thank Rickidy
Reviewed 2 March 2016

We stopped here on our shore excursion and it was a very nice little fishing village well worth a visit.

Thank Martyn J
Reviewed 14 February 2016 via mobile

We stopped here on a trip down the east coast of the island and really all I can say is that it's a nice little fishing village. Our guide did mention that it may be a bit quiet as there were no cruise ships in...More

Thank Mark N
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