Discover the Natural Beauty and Rich Culture of Saint Lucia

The Gem of the Caribbean

Equal parts beauty and mystique, Saint Lucia captivates anyone who sets foot on her coastline. Always evocative, she welcomes visitors with her soothing waves, warm beaches, and hospitable people. The island personifies adventure and inspiration. Her visitors invariably find themselves reluctant to leave and eager to return.

Saint Lucian Weather

Saint Lucia is home to the majestic Piton Mountains, volcanic mud baths, sun-soaked beaches and a vibrant culture. The tropical Saint Lucia climate and cooling trade winds make the island an ideal tourist destination year-round.

More about Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia is no ordinary island. Her mountains, jungles, beaches, and historic sites whisper echoes of her history to all who visit.

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Rodney Bay - The Coastal Paradise

A horseshoe-shaped bay fringed with a sweeping stretch of white sands and a man-made lagoon, Rodney Bay sits on the northwest tip of Saint Lucia and is the island’s most vibrant visitor hub. Rodney Bay Village Lies at the heart of the bay with access to shopping, bars and restaurants and a vibrant but relaxed atmosphere making this the liveliest destination on the island. It also hosts Reduit Beach, which is one of the most popular on the island with soft white sands, calm waters and views of Pigeon Island to the north. Beyond the beach, you can try your hand at kitesurfing, diving and snorkelling, go big game fishing, take a sunset cruise or hike in the nearby hills of Mount Pimard.

Also on the north side of the bay, the town of Gros Islet offers a taste of everyday traditional Saint Lucian life. The town is renowned for its Friday night ‘Jump Up’, a weekly street party. Calypso music and the smell of street food fills the air, bars serve local beer and rum, and everyone dances in the street. It’s a great opportunity to experience authentic Saint Lucian food and culture.

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Rodney Bay Marina

This IGY property offers 253 anchorages, on-site shopping, dining, and hosts the world’s largest trans-ocean sailing event, the Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC).



Pigeon Island Park

If you want to combine history and nature in your visit, then Pigeon Island is one of the top Saint Lucia landmarks for you.



Beausejour Stadium

Get ready to embark on a journey into the heart of sporting excellence as we invite you to the iconic Beausejour Stadium.



Reduit Beach

Set in the tranquil, horseshoe-shaped Rodney bay, the Reduit Beach is unlike other beaches in Saint Lucia that are relatively short.

Experiences at Saint Lucia

Unique Caribbean experiences at the island

Saint Lucia’s Carnival

Saint Lucia’s Carnival stands out as one of the major festivals in Saint Lucia. A highly traditional event, Carnival festivities usually includes competitions and performances by masquerade (Mas) bands, calypso and soca singers, steel bands and beauty contestants.

Renowned as the premier jazz festival in the Caribbean, the Saint Lucia Jazz Festival & Arts Festival features the finest names in modern jazz performing in intimate venues and public settings throughout the island.
Saint Lucia has launched an ambitious initiative – a Summer of Festivals – aimed at bringing tangible and lasting economic, social and cultural benefits to the country and its people.
In 1981, Saint Lucia celebrated Creole Day for the first time. Since then this celebration of French Creole Heritage has extended into a month of music, dance, cuisine, art and other cultural expression. The event is a celebration of the richness and diversity of Saint Lucia’s cultural, ethnic and artistic heritage.
Saint Lucy of Syracuse the saint of light and patron of the island is honoured every year on December 13th with beautiful displays of Christmas lights and lantern-making competitions happening all around the island as well as a lantern parade in Castries followed by spectacular fireworks.

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