There is so much to see and do in St Lucia you may find it difficult to pack it all in to one vacation…
Hire a car and head south….Visit the world’s only drive-through volcano at Soufriere, take a trip to The Falls and enjoy a volcanic mud bath.
You could then head up to the luxurious Ladera resort, a favourite celebrity hang out which is nestled between the Pitons. Here you can enjoy a drink or meal in the charming Dasheen Restaurant overlooking the magnificent Pitons and Caribbean sea. Truly a world class view.
St Lucia has such a rich cultural history, it’s no wonder that there are also some wonderful plantation houses to visit, stunning tropical gardens and charming fishing villages.
Charter a private boat or take a sunset cruise on a catamaran to picturesque Marigot Bay, home to several excellent restaurants serving local and international cuisine. There is a delightful marina at Marigot Bay which is home to some magnificent yachts and super yachts as well as a selection of boutique shops and local craftsmen selling souvenirs.
If deep sea fishing is your thing, you’ll experience some excellent sports fishing with one of the experienced captains based in Rodney Bay. Recognised world-wide as a superb spot for deep sea fishing, St Lucia is host to several fishing tournaments. Guests who go out fishing with Captain Tom, owner of Exodus Boat Charters, regularly catch tuna, marlin, wahoo, mahi mahi…all the champions of the sea.
Saint Lucia has some superb scuba diving sites and delightful snorkelling. A pit-stop at the exclusive Anse Chastanet resort is well worth it for the fantastic array of marine life. There is also brilliant snorkelling at Sugar Beach by the Pitons.