If there was ever an enchanting place created it's the island of Saint Lucia.
It's found in the fiery passions of its ancient volcano, the serene abundance of its rainforest and the rhapsodic charm of Marigot Bay. Even the twin peaks of Les Pitons, the island's iconic landmark, pair off as beautifully as two people in love.
Beachfront Rondoval Suites at a sheltered mile-long beach extends an open invitation for days of endless water play. Sandals Grande St. Lucian is paradise as it was meant to be, full of natural beauty, rich in history, and resplendent in pure romance.
Insider tip: Stay at any of the three all-inclusive Sandals Resorts in Saint Lucia and get free access to all three Sandals Resorts in Saint Lucia. This includes all 27 restaurants on property and two golf courses! Transfers between resorts are included in your stay.
A trip to Saint Lucia is incomplete without checking out the ruins of Pigeon Island National Park. There are amazing views from the top of Fort Rodney, and you’ll be able to get great photos to take home.
Saint Lucia is home to a wide variety of creatures, both endemic and introduced. Much of the island’s wildlife consists of beautiful birds and lizards.
Kelly's Dockside over the water restaurant at Sandals Halcyon Beach can be found in the midst of a tropical utopia, where majestic palms line a pristine beach and verdant mountains rise from a turquoise sea.
The iconic Piton Mountains are a sight to behold. The only sovereign nation to be named for a woman, Saint Lucia personifies adventure and inspiration. Her visitors often find themselves reluctant to leave and eager to return.
Saint Lucia is one of the most scenic and ecologically rich locations the Caribbean has to offer – including easily accessible coral-rich dive and snorkeling sites right off shore.
Expert tip: All PADI® certified Sandals guests in Saint Lucia can scuba dive for free during their entire stay (max. two tanks a day). Professional equipment included!
In Saint Lucia, there’s always a celebration somewhere. Events range from weekly street jump-ups and fish fries to rich cultural celebrations and vibrant music festivals.
The Millet Bird Sanctuary is home to six endemic species; including the Saint Lucian parrot, Black Finch, Oriole, Pee Wee, Warbler, and Semper’s Warbler.
Stake out your ideal space by the largest pool in Saint Lucia and spend the entire day in worship of the sun. Sandals Regency La Toc features three freshwater pools, two of which come with swim-up bars. The best part is: drinks are always included, always unlimited.
A smooth and easy going way of exploring Saint Lucia’s flora and fauna, is the aerial tram ride. This tour is great if you want to learn the ins and outs of Saint Lucia’s lush rainforests.
Also read: Where To Stay In Saint Lucia: North vs South.
Both the Anse Chastanet reef and beach are among the top natural attractions in the south of Saint Lucia.
The island of Saint Lucia was once called Iyonola and Hewanorra, which mean “Island of the Iguanas".
Marigot Bay is one of the most amazing locations in Saint Lucia. No matter how many times you go, its beauty doesn’t fade.
Heat from the Earth’s core creates natural hot pools and bubbling mud springs where people can enjoy a natural, super-relaxing mud bath.
The green line that appears when the sun sets is real, and while you’re waiting for the sun to go down on Reduit beach, drink in hand and in good company, be sure that you don’t blink at the precise moment the sun disappears from the horizon!
All-inclusive resort Sandals Regency La Toc is known for its majestic views and opulent Sunset Oceanview Bluff Millionaire Butler Villas.
The capital and largest city in Saint Lucia, Castries has a number of cultural sites to explore and recreational areas to enjoy.
Enbas Saut Falls is a a 7 - 8 meter waterfall with a 3 meter upper waterfall deep in the Edmund Forest Reserve accessed by a 4 kilometer rainforest loop hike inland from Soufriere.
Take in the dramatic landscape of Jalousie Beach, nestled within a World Heritage Site and looking out over the sparkling big blue. One of the few beaches that sits at the foot of The Pitons, a snorkeler’s and scuba river’s dream awaits in the turquoise depths.
Architecture in Saint Lucia is reflective of the changes in cultural influences the island has gone through from early colonial times until today as well as changes in construction methods and material options and availability that have evolved over time.
To get a better sense on what makes Saint Lucia so special, the Tet Paul Nature Trail gets the job done. This traill immerses you in its most iconic postals, with views of Jalousie Bay, the Pitons and the neighbouring isles of Martinique and Saint Vincent.
The entire population of St Lucia is approximately 178,000 people. Whilst it may be a small country, centuries of settlers from all around the world have made it rich in culture. Today it is home to a range of religions, music, languages and delicious foods!
Saint Lucia may only be a small island, but its landscape is incredibly varied. There are breathtaking mountains, lush rainforests, volcanic sand beaches and colourful coral reefs. Saint Lucia surely is one of the most beautiful island in the Caribbean.
Now that we’ve shown you some amazing sites, check out the best time to go to Saint Lucia!