The island’s spectacular geography, inhabitants, traditions, and food scene all mix to create the ideal backdrop for a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
St Lucia never fails to captivate, creating a warm welcome thanks to its friendly people, but dramatic photos due to the volcanic Piton mountains.
This island is anything but typical. The mountains, forests, coastlines, and towns exude history and beauty. It’s a Caribbean destination that doesn’t yet feel overrun by tourists – like some neighboring islands – and so the fascinating culture remains intact and ready to be enjoyed.
On top of that, there’s activities around every corner. Relax on the beaches, bathe in volcanic mud spas, zipline through the lush green jungle, go clubbing along Rodney Bay Strip, take an ATV ride through the mountains, swim with colorful fish beneath the shade of the Pitons, or witness turtles hatch in the waning hours of the day.
And for people who appreciate experiencing new dishes from various cultures, St Lucia is a well-known foodie spot with regional specialties like pepperpots, langouste, and bouyon all worth trying.