Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia Holidays

The only country in the world named after a woman is testament enough to a tropical islands beauty. It’s a Caribbean bosom of bountiful forests, cocoa plantations sun kissed beaches and a steamy if not sizzling nightlife scene.

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Island Life

Volcanic foundations are responsible for St. Lucia’s verdurous forest, lowland plantations and bountiful coral reefs that make up surrounding marine territory. They’re also the culprit for the rotten egg smell of sulfurs that pour from La Soufrière on Montserrat Island. But St. Lucia is more than a number of exotic banalities. There’s the rhythmic harmonies of calypso music, led by discerning griots or, if you’re here in May, the Jazz and Art Festival. Hike you way up the voluptuous pitons – the defining characteristic of St. Lucia and through the Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens. Or decompress in the numerous luxury accommodation options.

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4 Star St Lucia hotels



Relax in elegance with a stay in one of Travelbag’s specially picked 4 star hotels in St Lucia. Travelbag has selected only the finest 4 star hotels and resorts for your pleasure, including many set on St Lucia’s spectacularly beautiful white sand beaches

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5 Star St Lucia hotels



Enjoy the St Lucia holiday of a lifetime by treating yourself to a sumptuous luxury 5 star hotel. With its spectacular beachfront locations and dramatic inland scenery, St Lucia marks the ideal destination to book a premier 5 star resort in a setting of epic natural splendour.

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Best Time to Visit St Lucia

St Lucia has a tropical climate with two seasons; the dry (December – May) season and the wet season (June – November). The moderating northeast trade winds regulate the temperature – average highs are close to 30 degrees Celsius in the dry season. May and June are the best times to visit when room rates are low and temperatures are high. December to April is the more expensive time to visit when the humidity has dropped off after the July to November hurricane season has passed.

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Things to do in St Lucia

Pitons and Pigeon Island

The curvaceous twin projections of the southerly Pitons (pictured) are adjoined by the hub of marine life in Jalouise Bay, so much so, that it’s a World Heritage Site. Other than the rare tree species that robe these volcanic spires, there’s short fined pilot whales and spinner dolphins, the endangered St. Lucia Parrot and the Red-footed Booby in the neighbourhood. Ascend Fort Rodney or Signal Peak (from the latter you can see Martinique on a clear day) at the north end on Pigeon Island – once the hideout of French pirate François le Clerc. They both offer sweeping views of the bay and you’ll pass abandoned military structures on the hike up.

Honeymoon in Coves and Crevices

St. Lucia is riddled with nooks and crannies, a secluded beach here and a hidden, rocky outlet there. Luxury resorts construct the most romantic of rooms with sunset views from infinity pools and the like. Plus there’s the added bonus that St. Lucia is a little harder to get to than neighbouring Caribbean islands and so is that bit quieter. Romance isn’t always a traditional affair of peace and quiet though: couples get hitched up in tree houses, with sand between their toes under an archway of drift wood and even underwater with the help of sign language or slats and full SCUBA gear.

Nightlife in St Lucia

The Caribbean prides itself on great cocktails and lively parties – and St Lucia is no different. In Gros Islet, the street is closed off every Friday, giant speakers are plugged in, and stalls serve barbecued meat, fresh seafood and ladles of rum punch. If you arrive too early, you might notice that the revellers are mainly tourists. For an authentic St Lucia party, it's best to arrive after 11pm, when most children have gone to bed and the local bar staff are ready to join in, having finished their shifts. For something a little calmer, the competing Fish Fry – also on a Friday – in Anse-la-Raye is closer to hotel hub, so it's a much more sedate experience.

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Booking your holiday with Travelbag really could not be simpler. Call one of our professional travel experts today to book your perfect Caribbean holiday. With a fantastic wealth of tips and hints on the best bars, beaches and restaurants, our team can help you tailor your trip to your personal taste. 

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