St Lucia

With the towering Pitons and sulphur springs to the south and the lively beachfront community of Rodney Bay to the north, St Lucia parades a true diversity of scenery and lifestyles. The island is blessed with some of the most spectacular scenery of any Caribbean island, while the English and French heritages are respectively reflected in the popularity of cricket and Creole food. St Lucia’s diverse attractions make it the perfect Caribbean destination for visitors seeking adventure, culture and relaxation.

St Lucia Highlights

The Pitons
St Lucia's twin Piton mountains - Gros Piton and Petit Piton - dominate the island and provide a stirring picture-postcard backdrop for selfies and holiday snaps. The adventurous can hike up 798-metre (2,619-foot) Gros Piton for panoramic views from its peak. A guide is recommended for the full-day trip.
Sulphur Springs
Dubbed the "Caribbean's only drive-in volcano", Sulphur Springs is an extraordinary geological wonder formed from a collapsed volcanic crater where visitors can soak in warm mineral baths, exfoliate with volcanic mud and witness bubbling sulphur springs.
St Lucia's rainforests
St Lucia's lush rainforests beckon exploration. The rainforest canopy zipline tours are exhilarating, allowing visitors to glide through the verdant treetops, spotting exotic wildlife along the way. The Toraille Waterfall and Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens also provide a serene immersion in this tropical paradise.
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