Coconut Bay Resort and Spa is an all-inclusive resort on St. Lucia with value pricing, water park, and impressive kids club.
The island of St. Lucia is in the eastern Caribbean, and Coconut Bay Resort is five minutes from an international airport.
Coconut Bay Resort is divided into two areas: guest units in the north zone are close to the family-friendly main pool and waterpark; the south zone has the adults' pool and spa.
Beach Swimming Area
A stretch of beach at the Coconut Bay Resort is kept free of seagrass and flanks a sheltered swimming area.
Paradise Beach, to Right of Resort
If you walk further south, you'll reach the Paradise beach.
Main Swimming Pool
The main pool at the Coconut Bay Resort is shallow and has "shoreline entry", making it great for little kids.
The swim-up bar is connected to the main pool; beyond the bar is a grill that serves lunch and dinners.
Cocoland is a large kids club, with spacious areas for crafts and play; there's even a nap room.
Kids Club Waterpark
Kids love the waterplay area that's right within the Cocoland kids club.
Catamaran at Sunset
At any resort in the Caribbean, tours, and outings are offered that will showcase the island or get visitors out on the water, or guests can book independently with tour companies that pick up at different resorts.
The Pitons are near the town of Soufriere, but the peaks, which are over 2000 feet high, can be seen from many parts of the southwest of the island. Be sure to do an outing, boat trip and/or island tour, during a stay on St. Lucia!
A Rainforest Canopy Adventure is fun, everyone gets a sturdy safety harness, and no skill is required! This activity suits kids age eight and up. Some "canopy adventures" also include a hike through the rainforest to the zip-line and a lunch.
Drive-In Volcano on St. Lucia
The "Drive in Volcano" is a unique attraction on St. Lucia: the ground actually smokes (and smells!) and is an interesting and memorable experience. The volcano is on the itinerary of many of the day-long tours that showcase St. Lucia for visitors; your tour Guide will explain the geological background.