Not just the most naturally beautiful and scenic in the Caribbean, this bountiful island paradise offers some of the planet’s most stunning seascapes…
Not just the most naturally beautiful and scenic in the Caribbean, this bountiful island paradise offers some of the planet’s most stunning seascapes too, with long, uninterrupted stretches of translucent azure waters and unblemished talcum-white sand. Consequently, it’s dotted with the very best in romantic retreats and luxury spa sanctuaries, each offering something magical and different.
Explore some more and you’ll discover huge swathes of pristine rainforest with wild orchids, spectacular natural waterfalls, exotic coconut and papaya orchards, a drive-in volcano no less, plus the majestic splendour of The Pitons – twin peaks that rise two thousand feet above the sea to create a dramatic backdrop to the town of Soufriere and the island’s most recognisable landmarks.
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There’s adventure and culture to be discovered too - from yachting and windsurfing to forest canopy zipline challenges and 4WD buggy and cycling expeditions, while island’s interior is speckled with historic plantation houses, some of which offer tours and others that are now chic restaurants.
The national monument of Pigeon Island National Park is connected to the mainland by a natural causeway boasting two beautiful beaches, the northern-most town of Gros Islet is a lively destination and host to the famously energetic Friday Night Street Party, while the vibrant capital of Castries sits by a pretty sheltered harbour.
|Currency :||Eastern Caribbean dollar|
|Time difference :||- 4 Hours|
|Approx flight time :||8-9 Hours approx.|
Visa : British Passport holders don't need a visa to visit Saint Lucia. ... If you wish to stay longer, you must apply and pay for an extension of stay through the St Lucia Immigration Department. It is an offence to overstay the entry period or to work without a work permit.