1. The Attractions
This photo of Reduit Beach is courtesy of TripAdvisor
Beaches – St. Lucia has a number of beautiful beaches where you can escape the day-to-day grind of your city-life, and stretch out your feet on the soft white sand under the warmth of the sun and the brightness of the perfect blue sky. Unwind your stressful mind and choose from these beautiful beaches –Jalousie Beach, Reduit Beach, Anse Chastanet Beach, Choc Beach, and La Toc Beach to name a few.
The Pitons – these are two volcanic plugs in a World Heritage Site in St. Lucia. The two Piton Mountains are the most photographed landmark on the island, a famous tourist attraction for hikers and mountain climbers and for the adventurous-at-heart persons.
Sulphur Springs, the only “drive-in” volcano in the world – The fishing village of Soufriere located on the southwest of St. Lucia is home to a major tourist attraction: a road that runs right up to and through the crater of the dormant Soufriere Volcano. The hot springs and mud baths here are blessed with volcanic minerals and health-giving properties, which are reputed to have therapeutic qualities for the skin, the reason why the volcano attracts many tourists.
This photo of Diamond Waterfalls is courtesy of TripAdvisor
Waterfalls – St. Lucia has a variety of waterfalls and because the island is of volcanic origin, most of the water is warm. Diamond Waterfalls is a famous attraction, as well as its Botanical Garden.
These are just some of the beautiful attractions that will strike you with awe and wonder, and you can expect to find even more.
2. The Weather
The tropical weather is also a main factor that attracts a lot of tourists to have a vacation to St. Lucia. The seasons are not as sharply defined as compared to other locations, due to the island’s proximity to the equator. There is only the wet and dry season for the climate. The temperature changes very little throughout the year. During the hottest times the temperature only ranges from the mid 80’s during the winter to upper 80’s during the summer, while it rarely drop below the mid 70’s even in the coldest part of the winter.
3. The Festivals
The natives of St. Lucia love sharing their island and their cultural heritage with visitors. Every year, St. Lucia holds two main traditional festivals: La Woz (“The Rose”) every 30th of August and La Magwit (“The Marguerite”) every 17th of October. There is also the St. Lucian Carnival held before Lent, a festive season which is common in most Caribbean countries. You would also like to check out the biggest festival of the year – the Saint Lucian Jazz Festival. This is held in early May at multiple venues throughout the island and it draws visitors and musicians from around the world.
4. The Activities and Things to Do
The island of St. Lucia offers different activities for tourists and visitors, ranging from climbing up the mountains to diving deep under the sea. People seeking for relaxation, nature appreciation, adventure, and new experience all can find the right things to do in St. Lucia.
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