Blessed by nature, St. Lucia possesses geographic and cultural diversity that would make much larger countries blush. Despite this, it is still a down to earth place that casually displays its amazing beauty.
It’s known for having a tonne of little, opulent resorts that ooze with colour and style, yet it’s actually two islands combined. In the north, Rodney Bay offers relaxing days and contemporary comforts within a stunning bay. In the southern part of the country, Soufrière sits in the centre of a stunning area that includes historic plantations, undiscovered beaches, and the breathtaking Pitons.
Nature lovers can hike to waterfalls covered in jungle, climb extinct volcanic cones, fly through the forest canopy, or dive beneath the tranquil Caribbean to see St. Lucia’s marine life up close. Foodies will fall in love with the wonderful Creole cuisine on the island.