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Saint Lucia is a small island located eastern Caribbean Sea it’s took area around 238 square meters.

Saint Lucia- Saint
Lucia is no ordinary island

Experience the exotic allure of the islandparadise with our all-inclusive vacations in Saint Lucia.

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St Lucia is a blanket of lush forest, emerald-cloaked mountains and palm-fringed beaches crowned by the magnificent Pitons

When you first lay eyes on St Lucia it’s easy to see why it’s regarded as one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean. The iconic Pitons paint a jaw-dropping backdrop to St Lucia’s forested mountains and beautiful bays, inviting you to immerse yourself in the island’s natural beauty. Often touted as one of the world’s most romantic destinations, St Lucia has long been a favourite with couples and honeymooners. While it’s tempting to simply relax and soak up the incredible views, St Lucia’s natural landscapes provide the perfect setting for adventure activities, from hiking through the rainforest and horse riding on the beach to exploring protected coral reefs and soaking in hot mud pools. Whether you’re looking for a picture-perfect honeymoon or a fun-packed family holiday, talk to us and we’ll help design your ultimate St Lucia holiday.

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Flying Time
~9 hours

 As with most Caribbean destinations, St Lucia enjoys a hot and tropical climate, which is tempered by trade winds throughout the year. Temperatures range from 21-32 degrees, but the driest period is between December and May. The rainforested interior of the island is typically warm, but if you're planning on hiking in the mountains, make sure you bring some warmer layers, as the temperature can drop as you climb to to higher altitudes.

Fringed by largely unspoilt beaches, St Lucia – one of the world’s most romantic destinations – is scattered with sprawling banana, cocoa, coconut and mango plantations which are nestled in thousands of acres of pristine rainforest. The island has long been a popular destination for weddings and honeymoons, with a number of romantic hideaways dotting its golden shores. Where is St Lucia? The tropical mountainous island of St Lucia is one of the Windward Islands of the Lesser Antilles and its nearest neighbour is Martinique. The calm Caribbean waters lap the western shore while the choppy waters of the Atlantic Ocean break on the east coast of the island. Our best time to visit guide can help you decide when to visit St Lucia.


While it’s the perfect island for couples seeking secluded shores, there’s more to St Lucia than meets the eye. The best way to make the most of the island’s incredible landscapes is to get out and explore, from nature trails, zip line challenges and mountain biking and Segway tours to hot springs, whale watching, sailing, and diving.

The Pitons & Soufriere

On the south-west shore, the magnificent UNESCO-listed Pitons tower over the town of Soufriere, St Lucia’s first capital. These twin vegetation-clad volcanic spires rise dramatically from the coastline and the surrounding forest to form the island’s most recognisable landmarks. The luxury resorts set in this part of the island have the most spectacular views of the Pitons from the beach and high in the forested hills.


The vibrant capital city of Castries, which was founded by the French and later used by the British as a naval port, sits by a deep sheltered harbour on the island’s west coast. Enjoy the best views of the city from the summit of Morne Fortune, or the ‘Hill of Good Luck’, once a key battle ground. Many of our resorts are set on palm-fringed bays that dot the west coast between Castries and the island’s northern tip. The northern-most town of Gros Islet is a lively destination with a number of bars, restaurants and nightclubs. The town’s main stretch of sand – the family-friendly Reduit Beach – offers a great base for watersports such as parasailing, snorkelling and diving.

St Lucia cuisine is an eclectic mix of influences including French-Creole, European, African and Indian. The island makes the most of its abundance of local produce including tropical fruit such as mango, banana, coconut and pineapple as well as and vegetables including cassava and breadfruit, which is similar to potato. Try the tasty national dish, green fig and salt fish which is actually made with banana – which is known locally as fig. Fried plantain, conch fritters and accra – fried fishcakes are popular side dishes and you’ll find plenty of fresh seafood including mahi mahi, snapper and lobster. A refreshing bottle of the Piton local beer to wash down some banana cake is a great end to a m


Head to Castries for the best selection of shops on the island. Pick up some bargains including jewellery, electronics and souvenirs at the Pointe Seraphine duty-free shopping complex which is a popular stop for cruise passengers. There are a few other malls in and around the capital which sell everything from clothing and food to locally-distilled rums and hand-made jewellery. At the heart of the city you’ll find the bustling Castries Central Market which sells the street food, arts and crafts, local spices and a range of souvenirs from cheap knick-knacks to quality handicrafts such as woven baskets. A number of studios and galleries in and around Castries offer unique souvenirs like wood carvings, paintings and sculptures. Further north in Rodney Bay, you’ll find the Baywalk Shopping Mall, artisan shops selling souvenirs such as jewellery and batik fabric, and a few shops and restaurants by the marina.

Diving & snorkelling

One of the best snorkelling and diving sites in St Lucia is the Anse Chastanet reef which lies off the south-west coast of the island. One of the things that makes this site so special is its proximity to the shore – the shallow reef is just 15 yards from the water's edge so it's ideal for beginners. This award-winning marine reserve is home to turtles, parrot fish, moray eels, turtles and sea horses. Nearby ‘Fairy Land’ is a popular diving spot with colourful corals and a good chance of seeing turtles. If you’re a fan of wreck dives then the Lesleen M, a sunken freighter in nearby Anse Cochon is worth exploring. If you’re entranced by the beauty of the Pitons then venture underwater to discover the Keyhole Pinnacles. These striking volcanic peaks are encrusted with Black and Orange coral and are located at the northern entrance to the Bay of Soufriere.

Getting around

Although St Lucia is small – just 27 miles long and 14 miles wide, it can take a while to navigate the winding mountain roads. Most hotels are between 45 minutes and 1½ hours from the airport and if you suffer from motion sickness then it’s worth getting a helicopter transfer from the to your resort – this has the added bonus of offering a bird’s-eye views of the remarkable landscapes. Minibuses run between the main towns such as Castries, Gros Islet and Soufrière, and are a cheap way to get around and experience a taste of local life but drivers often wait for the bus to fill up before they depart. Driving along St Lucia’s unmarked, narrow roads with steep drops can be a hair-raising experience so renting a car isn’t recommended; it’s much more convenient to jump in a cab. Water taxis are a quick and scenic way travel along the coast, especially if you want to travel from Rodney Bay in the north to Soufriere in the south west.


The Complete Oman Tour Planned by Experts

  • The iconic Pitons rise up from the coast and create a dramatic backdrop to the town of Soufriere
  • Follow nature trails through the forest to discover the island’s exotic flora and fauna
  • Visit Sulphur Springs, ‘the world’s only drive-in volcano’, for the chance to walk through the crater of the volcano, bathe in mineral-rich mud pools and swim at the foot of a waterfall
  • The Anse Chastanet Reef offers fantastic snorkelling right off the beach
  • A visit to one of the island’s historic plantation houses is a great way to learn about St Lucia’s heritage.

Resorts & hotels in St lucia

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St Lucia

Spellbinding scenery, adventure activities and Caribbean charm make St Lucia the perfect island escape. Zip line through the rainforest, visit the world's only drive-in volcano, admire the iconic Pitons and relax on beautiful beaches

Things to do
Gros Piton

Piton the beautiful landmark is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. These two towering peaks rise over the Caribbean Sea are the most iconic landmarks. Even they are also a part of the country’s flag. Both the Pitons are difficult to climb, but you can try at least one of them. It takes around two hours to climb up and additionally two hours to descend the Gros Piston.

Marigot Bay

According to most travellers, Marigot Bay is the most beautiful bay on St. Lucia. You can witness its best view from a vista point on the road between the major Caribbean waterfront course and the bay itself. Rich slopes dive to the pretty palm-bordered shoreline, and yachts sway on the sound's blue waters.

Water Park

Splash Island Water Park offers a group of inflatable water sports activities that youngsters would definitely enjoy. If you are seeking some fun and sports activities, you should take out a day to spend at Water Park. It includes climbing wall, swing, hurdles, high jump, water polo, and much more.

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Events & Festivals:

May: The Saint Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival is one of the Caribbean’s biggest cultural events. over 50 world-renowned artists perform during this 11-day festival which celebrates St Lucian, Caribbean and international jazz music as well as R&B, hip-hop and pop.

August: Chocolate Heritage Month – Chocolaholics will rejoice at the prospect of a whole month of chocolate-themed activities and events. St Lucia's cocoa heritage can be traced back to the 18th Century and many of the island's estates offer plantation 'tree to bar' or 'bean to bar' tours where you learn how to make chocolate. And a number of restaurants and spas offer special tasting menus and chocolate-infused treatments.

December: Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC) – In November competitors set sail from Las Palmas in Gran Canaria bound for Rodney Bay in St Lucia. After sailing 2700 nautical miles, the boats arrive in St Lucia in December and competitors can look forward to a programme of activities including live music, cultural activities, cooking demos, cocktail parties and a prize-giving ceremony.

Good to know:

All beaches in St Lucia are public.

Visitors should be aware that it is an offence for anyone, including children, to dress in camouflage clothing, which is reserved for military personnel only. Further, guests may be asked to remove any such items, at the airport on arrival and such items, including any items found by Customs in guests’ luggage are subject to confiscation.

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Climate & Weather

  Day time maximum temperature Night time minimum temperature Average water temperature Average rainfall Average amount of sun hours
January 27°C 24°C 27°C 75mm -
February 27°C 24°C 27°C 82mm -
March 28°C 25°C 26°C 43mm -
April 28°C 25°C 26°C 25mm -
May 30°C 26°C 28°C 47mm -
June 30°C 26°C 28°C 180mm -
July 30°C 26°C 28°C 164mm -
August 30°C 26°C 29°C 329mm -
September 30°C 26°C 29°C 251mm -
October 30°C 26°C 29°C 201mm -
November 29°C 25°C 29°C 354mm -
December 28°C 25°C 28°C 155mm -

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