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St Lucia

Caribbean queen

The soaring Pitons make this Lesser Antilles island instantly recognizable. These verdant volcanic peaks drop dramatically into the emerald Caribbean Sea, and help shape the character of this beautiful island. The north is home to golden beaches, whilst the sand in the south is silvery grey, and a rich, mountainous rainforest covers most of everything in between. Trails winding through and up reveal exotic flora and fauna and tumbling waterfalls, whilst the waters around the island teem with marine life. The old capital of Soufriere, with its bustling waterfront is a postcard of brightly coloured colonial houses and shopfronts, with an equally vibrant atmosphere. Of course, we love the food of St Lucia – with its delicious Creole flavours and strong French influences. This island definitely has something for everyone. Some come for adventure, others for kicking back and doing nothing, but once you’ve been, you’ll want to come back.

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Why Visit?

Breathtaking scenery – tranquil sandy beaches, the bluest of sea views, lush rainforests and mountains. If you love natural beauty, you will love St Lucia.

The Piton mountains – these two volcano plugs are World Heritage Sites and are not only beautiful to look at but you can hike around them, climb them or even sail around them.

Its volcanic past – go to the worlds only drive-in volcano before taking a dip in the hot springs and mud baths.

The underwater life  home to a wealth of watery wonders so a fantastic island for snorkling and diving.

West Indian cuisine – expect an eclectic mix of Caribbean, European, American and Indian flavours.

A chocolate lovers dream – the climate and shady volcanic slopes are ideal for growing cacao trees. There are several plantations including British chocolatier Hotel Chocolat’s that you can visit to learn all about the art of chocolate-making.

The people – some of the most chilled and friendly in the world!