St. Lucia

Simply Beautiful

Born of volcanic origin, the island of St. Lucia is an Eastern Caribbean island nation. The island’s most famous landmark, the Pitons, twin peeks that rest on St. Lucia’s south-west coast. Blessed with an interior rainforest, colourful villages, natural wonders, volcanic beaches and luxury resorts.

St. Lucia Travel Tips: Top things to do 


  • Treetop Adventure Park Canopy Tour
  • Rainforest Adventures
  • Soufriere Safari Buggy Tour
  • ATV Tour
  • Climbing the Pitons Tour
  • St. Lucia Reef Fishing Excursion
  • Triple Adventure
  • Scenic Tour of Soufriere
  • Horseback Riding in St. Lucia to Cas en Bas Beach
  • St. Lucia Morne Coubaril Estate Zipline Experience
  • Beach and Rum tasting Tour


The Culture of Saint Lucia blends the influences of African, French, and English heritage. The official language of the island is English but Kreole, a form of French patois, remains an influential secondary language. The people are predominantly Catholic but the religious climate is tolerant.

Lucia holds every year two main traditional festivals, La Woz (“The Rose”, on August 30) and La Magwit (“The Marguerite”, on October 17), organized by the two rival historic cultural associations (societés) with the same names whose affiliates comprise most of the country’s population.

The Christmas season is celebrated and a number of small festivals and parades take place throughout the island.


  • Rodney Bay
  • Marigot Bay
  • Pigeon Island National Park
  • Gros Piton
  • Petit Piton
  • Reduit Beach
  • St. Lucia Botanical Gardens
  • Toraille Waterfall
  • Splash Island Water Park

Notable Holidays and Festivals

  • Independence Day Day – February 22nd
  • Good Friday – Friday before Easter Sunday
  • May Day – May 1st
  • Whit Monday – 7th Monday after Easter. Also known as Pentecost Monday
  • Corpus Christi – Second Thursday after Whitsun
  • Emancipation Day – August 1st
  • Thanksgiving Day – 1st Monday in October
  • National Day – December 13th
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