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St Lucia is a charming Caribbean country known for its volcanic landscape, rugged mountains, pristine beaches, luxury resorts and traditional fishing villages. The dramatic Pitons which are UNESCO world heritage listed twin volcanic plugs are the country’s most iconic landmark. St Lucia also boasts of rich coral reefs, making underwater exploration a true delight. Adding to this, the exotic bird species found here, make the country a favourite among nature lovers.
The bustling capital Castries, is a major cruise stop and a popular shopping destination. The city’s top attractions include the white-sand Vigie Beach and the open-air Castries Market. Located a few kilometres north of Castries, is Pigeon Island, a historic destination with ruins of military buildings and a couple of sandy beaches.
In western St Lucia lies the town of Soufriere. This is where you will encounter the Pitons: Gros and Petit. However, due to the government’s policies, it is only possible to climb the Gros Piton. The hiking trails in this region are notable and are marked with beautiful waterfalls and stunning views. The town is also home to St Lucia’s most beautiful beach, Sugar Beach, with the Pitons as its backdrop. Heading towards the southern part of the island, you will arrive at the country’s second-largest town, Vieux Fort. The scenic town is the home to the kitesurfing paradise of St Lucia, Sandy Beach.
The island of St Lucia is a beautiful landscape of mountains and beaches, making it a paradise for those who love nature. Its delicious Creole cuisine, exciting activities and stunning natural scenery offer one of the best Caribbean experiences.
The dramatic Pitons which are UNESCO world heritage listed twin volcanic plugs are the country’s most iconic landmark.
beaches, resort, and secluded coves
French and Indian cuisine
historic buildings in Marigot
black-sand beaches, coral reefs, cliffs and shoreline caves
volcano-related day trips