Enjoy a slice of live in St Lucia with our fantastic range of All Inclusive Holidays St. Lucia Holidays. This destination has been generally untouched by tourism and is perhaps the Caribbean’s most amazing island. Some of the things you will enjoy in St Lucia are the tough verdant jungles, alluring white sand beaches and not to forget lovely people who will make your holiday in St Lucia amazing. You will find the best beaches and hotels dispersed on the North-Western side of St Lucia.
Things to See:
How about visiting the worlds only drive in volcano? Travel to Soufriere to see the sulphur springs, and see the famous twin volcanic cones of the Pitons which are nearby. St Lucia has its fair share of market places and possibly the most interesting is at Castries in the Jeremie and Peynier Streets area. Here you can bring back some reminders of your all inclusive St Lucia holidays.
If you enjoy fishing then the small fishing village, Gros Islet will be sure to fascinate you, especially on Friday Nights when the famous street party takes place. If you enjoy walking then the National Park on Pigeon Island is the place to head, if snakes are your fear then this is not the area to go to as it is home to a few different varieties of snake.
Food & Drink
There is a super selection of restaurants in the main towns of St Lucia which serve a lovely choice of food. Overall St. Lucian cuisine is European with West Indian and French inspirations. Juicy seafood, pepper pot and fried plantain are local specialities. For pudding, have a taste of the fresh banana cake, a common treat in St Lucia. All Inclusive in St Lucia will include yummy ice creams with flavours that include coconut, mango and pineapple. The included local drink is rum, and Caribbean beer which is very good. For the kids there is a fine selection of fresh fruit juices.
The main shopping are in St Lucia is at Castries, although good quality local goods can be bought from market stalls throughout the island. The best buys include
Special purchases include coloured designs and stencilled created sketches for shirts, table coasters, beach sandals and carpentry. If you’re seeking some duty free shopping the Pointe Seraphine and La Place Carenage has lots of shops, although nothing is as cheap as you would like.
If you are seeking some nightlife for your holidays in St Lucia then you will want to pay a visit to the Indies and The Late Lime which are a couple of St. Lucia’s best nightclubs that include shows.
St. Lucia offers excellent beaches and the watersports opportunities are brilliant. You can try everything from swimming and windsurfing to snorkelling and diving. The north-western coastline which take in Pigeon Point, Gros Islet, Choc Beach and Reduit Beach are the better beaches for swimming. Generally the diving is on the western side of the island although you can enjoy good snorkelling and diving spots include the area beneath Petit Piton and Gros Piton.
Trekking is also widespread and a popular activity in St Lucia with three key hiking trails that lead into the rugged central island. You can try these at the Des Cartiers Rainforest Trail or another on Quilesse Forest Reserve, the last couple are the popular Edmund Forest Reserve Trail and the established Barre de L’isle Trail.
Map of St Lucia, Caribbean
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