Groups Dive to Ancient Shipwrecks in Saint Lucia

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Capella Marigot Bay Resort and Marina, Saint Lucia, Caribbean, ancient shipwrecks, diving
Capella Marigot Bay Resort

An ancient shipwreck in Anse Cochon Bay off the coast of Saint Lucia could be the next playground for incentive groups to explore. Capella Marigot Bay Resort is giving attendees the option to explore the destination’s underwater highlights via its Capella Insider – Dive Package.

The $1,518 package is available for groups of four attendees who book at least a one-bedroom suite at the resort for a minimum of four nights. Six diving excursions over three days are available and will take attendees to nearby diving spots where they will swim amidst diverse coral reefs. Two, 90-minute indigenous spa treatments are also included in the package as well as a family-style dinner at the resort’s Rum Cave, where attendees will test out fine regional rums and cigars.

The resort also offers full-day, beginner sailing lessons for attendees looking to take an introductory class to learn the basics. Those who want to stay on land can take the resort’s guided tours that leads attendees on a trail to the top of a peak touting views of nearby Martinique and the Caribbean Sea.

Foodies can opt to participate in a rum-infusing experience in which they will visit the local market to shop for indigenous spices later used for creating infused rum with the resort’s master infuser. A Forage to Fork Experience is also available for groups who want to spend half a day visiting a third-generation estate, owned by a local Rastafarian. Attendees will help him harvest fruit and vegetables that will later be served in a calabash (a local gourd) at lunch.

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