St. Barth Announces Low Season Activities, Events And Hotel Packages

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Caribbean beachThe Island of St. Barth is offering travelers a variety of activities, events, and hotel packages during its upcoming low season in July and August.

This July, St. Barth will host the fifth edition of Diana Bourel’s yoga summer camp. The St. Barth Summer Camp is a 5-week yoga and fitness program (from July 15 – August 18). Guests can choose between a single pass, week long modules , class packs, and a comprehensive class passes, which allow participants to dedicate as much time and intensity to their practice as they choose. The camp schedule offers over 30 classes per week, from dynamic flow to static holds, evening restorative, as well as yoga nidra, pranayama, kriya work and meditation. There are also a variety of outdoor hikes and water work classes.
  
On June 22, St. Barth will host a "Shop til You Drop" day for attendees of the Women with Purpose Global Summit, which takes place between June 18 and June 22.  In addition to a shopping spree with duty-free prices, the day includes an afternoon Ultimate Girlfriends Luncheon Party, offered at a variety of St Barth hotels. For more summer shopping, the St. Barth Shopping Festival will take place August 5 through August 12. Promotions, sales and fairs will be held in various shops on the island.
 
This summer, tourists can experience Caribbean music during the St. Barth JAM Music Festival that takes place between July 12 and July 14. Additionally, the island will host 10 days of live music with St. Barth Summer Sessions from August 5 through 15.

The Hotel Carl Gustaf is offering a new value-add package for summer called the Summer Delight Package.  Available from May 1 through August 30, the package includes: three nights in a Superior One-Bedroom, with upgrade to a Deluxe One-Bedroom based on availability; daily breakfast; a three-day car rental (excluding gas and insurance); dinner for two at the hotel's Victoria's restaurant; and one cocktail per person at the Carl Gustaf Lounge.
 
Hôtel Le Toiny is offering the Island Breeze package. This package includes: a three, five, or seven-night stay in a One-Bedroom Villa Suite with a private pool and terrace; one three-course dinner at the hotel’s Restaurant Le Gaiac; two 60-minute spa treatments of choice with Ligne St. Barth; a smart car rental; a daily full American breakfast; private round-trip airport transfers; and a bottle of chilled Rosé and refreshments upon arrival.
 
Eden Rock is offering the Eden Temptation package, which includes: five night’s luxury accommodations; airport transfers; welcome wine and snacks delivered to the guest’s private terrace; a daily breakfast buffet in the Sand Bar Restaurant; a car; beach chairs and umbrellas on the beaches of St Jean; kayaks, paddleboards and snorkeling equipment; complimentary access to the gym and Guest Business Centre, with computers, stationery, printers and scanners; Wi Fi; lunch for two at the Sand Bar with Jean-Georges or dinner at On The Rocks with Jean-Georges on guest’s day of choice; and a sunset cocktail on an evening of choice.

The Hotel Christopher is offering the Luxury Silver package, which includes round-trip airport or harbor transfer, accommodations and buffet breakfast, a welcome drink and minibar on arrival, and $195 in resort credit per day for food and beverage at Taïno and mango / Bar / Spa between the hours of 9am and 3pm.
 
Other summer schedule highlights include: a Bastille Day celebration with fireworks and dancing on the dock, July 14; the St. Barth Family Festival, July 26 through August 17; the Windward Fete in the village of Lorient from August 3 through 4, including a fishing tournament, regattas, games, music, volleyball, a raffle and dancing; the St. Barth Tennis Open, August 3 through August 15; and St. Barthélemy Saint’s Day Commemoration of the island’s patron saint on August 24.

Visit: www.saintbarth-tourisme.com.

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