St. Lucia Island- St. Lucia stands apart from the rest of the Caribbean islands thanks to its varied landscape and diverse culture and cuisine. With its spectacular backdrop of rolling green mountains and the world heritage twin peaks towering over the glittering Caribbean Sea with palm fringed secluded coves, miles of unspoiled rainforest and the majestic Piton Mountains, boasting drive-through volcano, waterfalls, breath-taking views, friendly locals and authentic culture impress the most travelled individuals for a holiday with lasting memories.
Perfect Weather: The average temperature ranges between 72*-90*degrees depending on area
Main City: Castries
Time Zone: Year round sunshine with average temperatures from 75-85*degrees
- The Pitons- Primeval twin peaks, topping 2,000 feet, are St. Lucia’s most famous landmark. Only the most daring climbers have ventured an ascent to their summits, but they can be seen in all their glory from Mt. Gimie or from the decks of a boat offshore.
- Pigeon Island- One of the Caribbeans most historic landmarks and certainly one of the most beautiful spots in St. Lucia, its 44 acres of sloping grasslands, dry tropical forests, beaches and twin peaks. It is connected to the mainland by a causeway and is surrounded by the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean.
- The Sulphur Springs- Now dormant, it is the world’s only drive-in volcano. A tour of its bubbly, steamy sulphur springs offers a direct and fascinating lesson in the violent geology of the Caribbean Rim.
- Mt. Gimie- 3,117 feet, it is the highest point on St. Lucia. One of the best eye-filling views of this peak is to be had on emerging from the rain forest.
- Diamond Falls- France’s King Louis XVI had bathhouses built for his troops at these natural, mineral-rich falls. An invigorating shower under the cascading waters is still a refreshing break.
- Latille Gardens- Beautiful hidden treasure of St. Lucia is filled with luscious fruits, blooming flowers, thriving plants, shading trees, and vibrant waterfalls.