"Bienvenue a Saint Lucie"...Welcome to Saint Lucia
Saint Lucia, known as Helen of the West or Simply Beautiful offers an amazingly rich destination experience for visitors, with a variety of things to do! Today, Saint Lucia is a member of the British Commonwealth; however, the island has a rooted French history that dates back to the early 17th century. The French spent 150 years on the beautiful island of St .Luce, battling the English to own her. Read More
Over the years, Saint Lucia changed hands over 15 times until it was finally won by the British in 1814. Although still owned by the British, French influence is very much a part of the island today, evident in the French-infused dialect, Kwéyòl, as well as the French locales Soufriére, Anse La Raye and Gros Islet.
Saint Lucia is Simply Beautiful because of her lush vegetation—embark on tours and excursions in St. Lucia to explore a combination of high mountain ranges that run through the middle of the island, tropical forests, and low-lying beaches that truly make this island a natural paradise.
Home to one of the Caribbean’s most famous landmarks, with its two towering volcanic cones, Gross Piton and Petit Piton, (referred to as the pitons) are a must-see on any visit to the island. Enjoy excursions to Saint Lucia’s volcanic origins and explore a drive-in volcano or heal the mind, body and spirit with a dip in the therapeutic Hot Sulpher Springs.
If the landscape is not enough to entice you, then all you have to do is feel the energy, or as we say in the Caribbean, the “vibes” of the Saint Lucian people—a vitality ‘routed’ in her colorful history! Listen out for when the locals say, “sa ka fete” (Kwéyòl for “how are you doing”)—we suspect your answer will be “mwen la” (which means okay). Experience breathtaking St. Lucia tours and explore this simply beautiful island paradise for a truly amazing adventure!
An ATV built for two is the perfect way to share the experience of discovering the incredible beauty of Saint Lucia’s coast and rugged hills. The dust will be washed away with a cool swim at a secluded beach, a photo op that’s the perfect souvenir.
A guided historical land tour through banana plantations, Marigot Bay and the fishing village of Anse La Raye. At Soufriere, take in the spectacular view of the UNESCO World Heritage site, The Majestic Pitons.
Adventurers mountain bike through the rainforest to the Errard Waterfall, where they'll enjoy a swim in its refreshing waters. Then riders cycle through the forest where the guide will point out local crops grown on the island.