So you're going to Saint Lucia
In the North of St Lucia you will find the popular sandy stretches of Reduit beach, Choc beach and Vigie beach. Take a trip to Pigeon Island and discover the rich military history of this former British fort. Relax at Rodney Bay Marina and enjoy the delicious food and drinks before making some time to head to Castries to check out the bustling central market.
The South of the island is a nature lovers dream. Explore untouched rainforests hiding cascading waterfalls, great hiking trails through mountainous regions and the worlds only drive-in volcano. Visit the beating heart of the south, the town of Soufrière with it’s laid-back vibe and brightly painted buildings. Look out for the striking Piton’s, these volcanic spires emerge from the ocean and are one of St Lucia’s most iconic landmarks.
The most popular time to visit St Lucia is November through to April as the days are dry and full of sun. High season is from February through to April where you’ll see the highest prices for accommodation and flights. If you still want some sun but crowds aren’t your thing, prices are typically lower during the shoulder month of May.