Welcome to Saint Lucia, Fairest isle of all the earth! A sensorial experience that will feed your spirit with flavours she has gathered from the earth, the sea and her people. Born of Volcanic origin, the Island of Saint Lucia offers a burst of natural splendour with every turn. She whispers a constellation of emotions spicing up each day with mysterious flavours and will colour your mind with a pallet full of soul.


Easily accessible, with two airports, both specializing in ground services for private jets, daily international flights from the US, weekly flights from Canada and Europe, plus daily regional flights, Saint Lucia is the perfect destination. Whether you are adventure seeker, environmentalist, dive enthusiast, a yogi, lovers seeking that ultimate romance experience or in need of a private getaway she will inspire your stories and fill them with joy.


From North America, direct service to Saint Lucia is available on American Airlines from Miami; Charlotte and Philadelphia; on JetBlue from New York and Boston; on Delta from Atlanta and on United Airlines from New Jersey and Chicago. Air Canada and WestJet also fly direct from Toronto year round, whilst direct service from Montreal is available at peak times of the year on Air Canada and some chartered services. Virgin Atlantic offers four and five weekly flights from Gatwick and British Airways provides seven weekly flights, also direct from Gatwick.

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Capital: Castries

Population: 178,015

Language: English

Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar

Religion: Roman Catholicism, Seventh-day Adventist

National Bird: Amazona Versicolor Parrot

National Flower: The Rose, The Marguerite

National dish: Green Fig & Salt Fish

Motto: – “The Land, The People, The Light”

The National Flag:
The blue field represents the Caribbean Sea, and the triangles symbolize the island’s famous Pitons – the twin volcanic peaks.


Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC)

November 24 – December 01, 2019

This annual transatlantic sailing competition for racer and cruiser yachts started since 1986. The ARC commences at the end of November in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and ends at the IGY Marina, Rodney Bay in Saint Lucia in early December. The ARC is the largest transoceanic sailing event in the world and regularly attracts over 200 yachts. A host of activities and cultural events are planned for the visiting yachtsmen taking place in the IGY Marina and in the town of Gros Islet.


Saint Lucia Tourism Continues to Sizzle

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Saint Lucia continues to experience a full-fledged tourism boom so far in 2019, according to the latest numbers released by the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority.

The Eastern Caribbean island reported a total of 21,608 stayover visitors in September, a 15 percent increase over the same month in 2018 that was actually the largest percentage increase of any month this year.

The sizzling September followed seven record-breaking months of visitor arrival increases so far this year, leading to what is one of the fastest growth rates of any destination in the Caribbean in 2019.

Tourism officials called the September jump “unprecedented,” surpassing a record set in 2017 by more than 1,000 visitors.


The Pitons Mountains

Reduit Beach

Anse Chastenet

Castries Market

Marigot Bay

Sulphur Springs

Pigeon Island National Park

Rodney Bay

Daren Sammy Cricket Ground

And Much More…


Saint Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival 2019

Saturday, May 4, 2019 – Sunday, May 12, 2019