St. Lucia Highlights
Diving and Snorkelling
The adventure of the underwater world is magical and full of an array of tropical sea life and reefs making it a memorable world class experience Witt the warm waters of the calm Caribbean Sea coupled with the splendour of the amazing reefs and sea life you can never be bored. Choose from one of 22 dive locations.
Nature and Adventure
From the terrain of the Pitons to the rain forest, St Lucia has such natural visual beauty. The drive-in volcano and the mud bath of the Sulphur Springs makes for a unique experience which cannot easily be repeated anywhere else.
Choose from the infamous street carnival where you can dance to the rhythmic beat of the steel pan, or why not take in the world class artists whom perform in the annual Jazz festival which takes place in the month of May. Caribbean Culture brings you the Roots and soul festival in June or for the full display of St Lucian culture visit in October for the Jounen Kweyol Creole festival where the whole island comes to life.
From water sports & boat rides, to hiking & ziplines there is enough for all the family to choose from and create unforgettable memories.
Weddings & Honeymoons
Voted the world’s leading honeymoon destination makes St Lucia the idyllic location for romance. The emerald coloured waters and golden sandy beaches makes the perfect backdrop for the perfect wedding.
St. Lucia key sites & Attractions
The majestic twin peaks which sores 798 meters above sea level are a site to behold. Magical beautiful and majestic and seen from many angles of the and making the best and most romantic back drop.
For the more courageous and adventurous these Pitons can be climbed, but this is not for the faint hearted. A hike up the Pitons is only for the fit and adventurous. Once you have reached the top, the site is like no other which will stay in your memory forever.
Placed just South of Castries these shores have been a backdrop in a number of moves due to its idyllic vibrant colours. Marigot Bay is a romantic setting with a small beach area which is quiet enough for the perfect escape. The area has shops and restaurants for you to take a pew or walk around, what ever takes your fancy. The area is also accessible by water taxi.
Located in the town of Soufriere, the Sulphur Springs is the Caribbean’s only drive-in-volcano. An interesting visit which educates you on the history of the volcano. There is also a sulphur spring where you can bathe in the lather which omits form the volcano. A bath in the spring promises to heal most skin ailments or provide eternal youth. This must be worth a visit to roll back a few years.
Gros Islet street party
Gros Islet Fish fry and street part takes place every Friday and is a must do when you visit St Lucia. Visited by the tourists and locals alike, they come in droves to experience the amazing sea food cooked and presented by the locals to show off their true culinary skills. You can sit and eat whilst listening to the latest tune being played by the sound system or you can join in the party and dance the night away.
Worth a visit if you love to snorkel or dive. These waters are filled with the richness of colourful coral and sea life which will keep you in the water for hours on ends. An amazing place to spend your time, you will never be bored as you watch the swarm of sea life surround you. When you want to come up for a break you can visit the on-site restaurant or bar. There is also a dive shop to hire equipment.
Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens
The botanical gardens boast 6 acres of exotic foliage and flowers plus of course the Diamond Falls waterfall which changes colour due to the mix of volcanic minerals that flow down the falls.
A visit here will not only take you on a refreshing exploratory walk, you can also dip into the mineral baths or dine at the Old Mill & Waterwheel Restaurant.
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More things to do in St. Lucia
Mountain biking through the rainforest – While in St Lucia, don’t miss out on a visit to the south of the island, with its stunning landscape and lush rainforest. Biking has become a popular way to explore this part of the island.
The “Brig Unicorn”; Tall Ship – Taking you from Castries to Soufriere and including a visit to the Sulphur Springs Volcanic Park and the Diamond Botanical Gardens, a trip on the Tall ship Brig Unicorn; which appeared in “Pirates of the Caribbean” promises to exhilarate the whole family.
Turtle and Whale watching – St Lucia is recognised as one of the leading whale watching sites in the Windward Islands. Over 20 species are regularly spotted throughout the year, including humpbacks, pilot whales, sperm whales and spinning dolphins. Turtles are another fascinating thrill for nature lovers. Due to the protection provided by local environmental agencies that have ensured the permanent suspension of turtle hunting, St Lucia abounds with this majestic reptile.
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