One of the most romantic destinations in the Caribbean, St Lucia offers breath taking natural landscapes enveloped by unspoilt beaches and pristine rainforests.
A well-known location for honeymoons and weddings, St Lucia exudes romance with stunning resorts on sweeping, palm-fringed bays between Castries and the island’s northern tip. For couples seeking some lively entertainment, the northern town of Gros Islet is a lively destination featuring a number of bars, restaurants and nightclubs – don’t miss their famous Friday Night Street Party, the longest running street party in St Lucia.
Intimate, luxurious and elegant are just a few of the words used to describe the hotels and resorts available in St Lucia. From private plunge pools, outdoor garden shower and hammock for two overlooking the breath taking Caribbean Sea, St Lucia really is the perfect location for two people in love. For couples looking for the ultimate in St Lucia accommodation for their ideal honeymoon package, we love Jade Mountain – situated in the mountains, you and your loved one will be left in awe at the mesmerising views.
History lovers, do not despair, St Lucia is much more than just a beautiful beach destination, the national monument of Pigeon Island National Park provides an insight into St Lucia’s past and is well-worth the look. Discover the history of the pirates who prayed on Spanish galleons as they sailed the Caribbean Sea with beautiful treasures at the headland of St Lucia, once home to the French buccaneer Francois Le Clerc, also known as ‘Peg Leg’.
For couples seeking some adventure on an all inclusive honeymoon in St Lucia, there is plenty of fun to be had from yachting and windsurfing to forest canopy zip line challenges and 4WD buggy and cycling tours.
St Lucia is the ideal location for your Caribbean honeymoon where you can spend your days lounging in your own private pool accommodation, exploring the history and culture of this volcanic destination or simply enjoy the Caribbean hospitality and delicious cuisine.
What is the currency in St. Lucia?
East Caribbean dollar.
How long does it take to fly to St. Lucia?
What is the time difference in St. Lucia?
GMT -4 hours
When is the best time to visit St. Lucia?
St Lucia has a sub-tropical climate with a wet and dry season. Dry season is from December to June and wet season from July to November when showers are likely – however no rain lasts too long. Hurricane season is from June to October.
Good to know:
It is an offence for anyone to dress in camouflage clothing, which is reserved for military personnel only.
Visit the St Lucia Tourist Office website for more information.
Do I need a visa to travel to St Lucia?
British nationals don’t need a vista to travel to St Lucia. For up-to-date travel entry advice visit the FCO website here.