Discover the freshness of the unspoiled and the exotic, the Island of St. Lucia is a lush tropical gem. Crystal clear warm waters of the Caribbean sea with white sand beaches on one side and the mystifying deeps of the Atlantic Ocean on the other makes this the perfect place to calm your soul or excite your senses. Steep coastlines and coral reefs offer excellent snorkelling and scuba diving. Explore rainforests, experience the world’s only drive-in volcanic crater, and visit coastal fishing villages or a coconut plantation. The endless amount of things to do and see and the warmth and charm of the people of St. Lucia will keep visitors longing to return.
This island nation is rich in culture with festivals, music and dance that is one of a kind with African, French and English roots. St. Lucia vacations offer large numbers of beautiful beaches and luxurious resorts along with the Gros and Petit Piton, two famous mountain peaks rising majestically above the island.
Things to do on St. Lucia
Pigeon Island National Park: Pigeon Island will allow you the opportunity not only to swim but to hike through lush forests, explore old military buildings, and get amazing pictures of the pristine coastline from all different heights. After your hike enjoy the local dining and drinking establishments with great advice from the locals!
The Pitons: St. Lucia vacations wouldn’t be complete without a visit to these natural landmarks that overlook the entire island. The hike is much more tourist friendly and structured to the top of the Gros Piton, however, it’s been suggested that the view from the top of the Petit Piton is even more astonishing. Enjoy a refreshing and eye opening hike up these gorgeous mountains.
Anse Chastanet Beach and Reef: The reef is protected and so may be one of the best diving spots on the entire island. There are also nearby restaurants and bars to partake in after a full day of exploring the sea around St. Lucia. Your St. Lucia vacation won’t be complete without a day enjoying the beaches and seas; be sure to enjoy Anse Chastanet for yourself!