St. Lucia

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With the beauty of the West Indies floating comfortably in the Caribbean Sea, Saint Lucia enchants her visitors with an illustrious tropical escape.  Be engulfed by the island’s untouched landscape experiencing an astonishingly fertile and natural splendor.  Home to wonders of the Caribbean, here you can experience the world’s only drive-in volcano and discover its UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Pitons, all in one day! Saint Lucia surrenders sun-soaked beach days on Marigot Bay, signing off with stony moonlit street parties in Gros Islet. Whether you call her ‘Island of Iguanas’ or ‘Helen of the West Indies, Saint Lucia’s historical legacy is woven into the island’s sinks, steeps, and streets offering travelers a diverse holiday retreat.

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General Information

The sole country to be named after a woman, Saint Lucia is a volcanic West Indian island lying in the...
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COVID Guidelines

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Pitons

Two towering mountainous volcanic plugs rich in biodiversity, offering picturesque hiking trails on their ascent.  Gros Piton is 798.25 m high, and Petit Piton is 743 m high; they are linked by the Piton Mitan ridge. The Pitons are a World Heritage Site, 2,909 ha in size, and located near the town of Soufrière.

Tropical Resorts

St Lucia is home to the Caribbean’s most luxurious 4 and 5-star resorts and hotels, offering sweeping views of the Pitons and the island’s unspoilt grandeur.

Piton Beer

Named after the Piton mountains, the Piton beer is St Lucia’s famed locally crafted pilsner beer established in the early ’90s.

Sir Arthur Lewis & Derek Walcott

St Lucia is the Birthplace of two Nobel Prize winners, Sir Arthur Lewis and Derek Walcott were both awarded the Nobel prize for their accomplishments in economics and literature, and poetry respectively, making St Lucia the highest Nobel prize winner per capita in the world.

Sulphur Springs

The sulphur springs of Soufriere volcano extend an organic mud bath where you can dip and clothe yourself in the warm sulphur. Many visit this site for its observed naturally healing properties.

St Lucia Jazz Festival

Stringing together the biggest local and international acts, St  Lucia’s annual Jazz festival is the Caribbean’s premier jazz festival held in May.  A collection of intimate nightly performances and shows across the island with its climax performance in Pigeon Island National Landmark.

Green Fig & Saltfish

The sulphur springs of Soufriere volcano extend an organic mud bath where you can dip and clothe yourself in the warm sulphur. Many visit this site for its observed naturally healing properties.

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