Many beach bums flock to St. Lucia's upscale resorts every year for their fix of the island's exclusive beaches, fine dining and first-class service. There's even a drive-in volcano - the only one in the world. But not far from the resorts is an area of the island still largely untouched by tourism's sticky fingers. Bananas hang in heavy bunches off the tall trees and mossy green coves with sapphire blue waterfalls are hidden from view by lush vegetation. Of course St. Lucia also has white sandy beaches with water so clear you can see your toes as you splash in the surf - if you like that kind of thing.
Best time to go
St. Lucia enjoys an average temperature of about 22˚ C year-round. The dry season, when most visitors come, lasts from December to March. Wait until after March to travel, and you'll see the prices drop and the crowds thin out. Even during the wet season the periods of rain only last for about an hour during the day, so your vacation won't be ruined…
Save an extra 5% on latest offer prices
St Lucia really does offer the best of all worlds – the lush tropical interior provides contrast with the blue Caribbean ocean and both provide numerous opportunities for soft adventure. There’s also golf, horseriding and great watersports including excellent diving.
We know a total of 38 attractions in Saint Lucia. See all Saint Lucia attractions.
There are no posts. Why not be the first to have your say?