St. Lucia Vacations
Saint Lucia offers pristine rainforests, palm-fronted sandy beaches and majestic Piton Mountains, reminiscent of a Caribbean-style Bora Bora, overlooking stunning azure waters.
This sun-drenched Caribbean island country provides the perfect backdrop for a romantic wedding or honeymoon; land and sea adventures; or a relaxing stroll on the beach.
Saint Lucia Travel Packages
Featured Saint Lucia Hotel
See All Saint Lucia Hotels >
*** LUXURY INCLUDED® FOR COUPLES ***
Situated on a peninsula with incredible Rondovals, this beautiful resort features a wealth of luxurious amenities.
If you love the outdoors, you’ll be spoiled for choice in this island paradise: bubbling hot springs, stunning waterfalls, rainforests, and the Maria Islands Nature Reserve will captivate you.
However, there’s more to enjoy in Saint Lucia than its abundant natural beauty. Take some time out from the dreamy translucent ocean and the grand Piton peaks to enjoy the island’s colorful local history and architecture.
The capital and largest city, Castries, and its surrounds boast cascading waterfalls, lush botanical gardens, towering mountains rising from the sea and pristine, powdery beaches.
Founded by the French in 1650 under the name Carénage, for “safe anchorage,” Today, Castries is a haven of duty-free shops, charming hotels, and delightful restaurants. Here, you’ll also find landmarks including the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Derek Walcott Square, the Government House, and Fort Charlotte.
Saint Lucia’s delightful local cuisine blends flavorful African, Asian, American, European, Indian and Caribbean cuisines.
What To Do
Hike or mountain bike through verdant rainforests or kayak across clear Caribbean waters.
Ride on horseback along the beach and watch dolphins and whales play among the waves.
Taste some of the flavorful West Indian, Creole, French and international cuisine.
Soak in the town’s beautiful hot springs at Soufrière, in the crater of an ancient volcano near Petit Piton.
Climb the lush, pyramid-shaped Gros Pitons Mountains.
Tour the island’s only rum distillery in the valley of Roseau.
Snorkel or scuba, or combine the two with a unique SNUBA adventure, amid Saint Lucia’s sparkling seas.
When to Go
You’ll find the best weather in Saint Lucia during the high season from mid-December to April. June through August is the island’s hottest period, with temperatures reaching as high as the mid-90s F. The rainy season lasts from June through November.