Known as the Hawaii of the Caribbean, St. Lucia is a perfect blend of natural beautiful and welcoming hospitality.
Anse Mamin is a small black sand beach in Saint Lucia. It is located near Anse Chastanet and the two beaches are linked by a rocky path below the cliffs. This dreamy enclave of golden sand edges a gently curved cove that’s about a 10-minute walk north of Anse Chastanet, or about 30 minutes from town.
An imposing Catholic Church looming over the Soufrière town square. Stunning building in the heart of town. Gorgeous architecture, beautiful stain glass windows. This is a must see if you are in town. Beautiful singing at Sunday mass in this historic church.
Overlooking Soufriere Bay, Morne Coubaril Estate is a popular stop on the tourist circuit. The estate is an elegant working plantation growing cocoa, coconuts, and manioc.
An excellent excursion for nature lovers! St. Lucia possesses a topography and ecology of stunning beauty, matched by no other location in the Caribbean.
It lies north of Castries, the capital of Saint Lucia, and features the Friday Night Street Party which is its major tourist attraction.
The Pitons are two volcanic plugs in a World Heritage Site in St. Lucia, linked by the Piton Mitan ridge.
Soufriere Volcano in St. Lucia is considered as the only “drive-in” volcano in the world! It is locally known as the Sulphur Springs.
Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens, a six-acre multi-award winning tourism site, is an attractive,
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