Capella In­tro­duces Au­then­tic Lo­cal Tour Ex­pe­ri­ences

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Capella Marigot Bay Re­sort and Ma­rina, the in­ti­mate 124-room re­sort in stun­ning Marigot Bay, of­fers lessons that not only im­merse guests in lo­cal cul­ture but also pro­vides an op­por­tu­nity to pick-up new skills. Like be­gin­ners’ sail­ing lessons, which are a fun way to learn about the his­tory of Marigot Bay and its role as one of the top Caribbean havens for yacht own­ers – and to en­joy the Caribbean Sea while learn­ing to sail at the same time. The in­tro­duc­tory class is a cer­ti­fied course cov­er­ing the ba­sics of sail­ing the­ory and prac­tice in a fun and in­ter­ac­tive ses­sion. If for­ag­ing and food are your thing, For­age to Fork Sa­fari of­fers an un­usual op­por­tu­nity. Capella will take you on a jour­ney to dis­cover lo­cal cul­ture by vis­it­ing a third-gen­er­a­tion es­tate lo­cated on Latille Es­tate, along the East Coast in the com­mu­nity of Mi­coud. Owned by a lo­cal Rasta­far­ian who lives and works the land handed down to him by the gen­er­a­tions be­fore him you will join him in har­vest­ing fruit and veg­eta­bles for your au­then­tic Saint Lu­cian lunch. You will also learn about tra­di­tional meth­ods of cook­ing and bak­ing na­tional dishes like the “Roast Bake,” a bread that Saint Lu­cians serve at ev­ery meal. Also make your own cof­fee and pre­pare your lunch with your hand­picked veg­eta­bles in a clay pot.

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