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Sleepy St Lucia is one of the most popular Caribbean islands, thanks to its romantic beaches, tropical jungles and picturesque towns – not to mention its luxury resorts. This scenic isle is the ultimate place to relax but, if you want to shake things up a bit, why not add a second destination to your trip? With a St Lucia multi-centre holiday, you can discover another Caribbean island, or even add on an exciting city break in the USA.

If you’re seeking dreamy beaches, flavour-filled cuisine and cultural sites, consider combining St Lucia and Barbados into one sun-soaked holiday. These contrasting islands have all the ingredients you need for a relaxing break – and we don’t just mean the rum. You can unwind on some of the Caribbean’s best beaches, snorkel among coral reefs, and kayak across turquoise waters. Go zip-lining through St Lucia’s luscious jungle, explore colourful Bridgetown – the capital of Barbados – or simply relax by your resort’s infinity pool, sipping fruity rum punch.

Alternatively, take a look at our Miami and St Lucia multi-centre holidays. Home to vibrant beach clubs, a thriving arts scene and sweeping sands, Miami offers a beach break with a twist. Your time here can be as action-packed or as laidback as you like – and then you can retreat to romantic St Lucia to soak up some Caribbean sunshine.


If that itinerary isn’t jam-packed enough for you, why not visit New York? The Big Apple and St Lucia offer the perfect contrast. You can spend a few days sightseeing, shopping and exploring Manhattan’s bustling streets, before jetting off to St Lucia for some well-deserved beach time. Whatever you’re looking for, our experts can tailor-make your trip to suit you.

St Lucia & Barbados

NYC & St Lucia

Miami & St Lucia

Best time to go

St Lucia & Barbados

If one Caribbean gem isn’t enough for you, why not visit two? A multi-centre holiday to St Lucia and Barbados allow you to experience two sides of island life. The first is all about romantic beaches and rainforest adventures, while the second offers brilliant watersports and a vibrant capital city.

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There’s plenty to do here, if you’re looking for an action-packed trip. In St Lucia, you can hike to the top of the famous Pitons, zip-line through the forest and marvel at the world’s only drive-in volcano. Then, in Barbados, you can discover fabulous beaches, as you try out kitesurfing, body-boarding and snorkelling. If you want to party, time your trip to coincide with Barbados’ annual Crop Over Festival in summer. Reminiscent of Rio Carnival in Brazil, this spectacular event is a kaleidoscope of dance and colour.

But these two islands are also ideal for travellers who simply want to chill out. You can relax on St Lucia’s sugary beaches, enjoy a rum-tasting session, visit a cocoa plantation, and explore Barbados’ cultural capital city.

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New York & St Lucia

A city-and-beach getaway is a great option, if you want to split your time between lively streets and laidback coves. And what better combination is there than New York and St Lucia?

You can enjoy a few days in the Big Apple, taking in the city’s iconic landmarks, world-class museums and incredible dining scene. See the Statue of Liberty, admire the New York skyline from the top of the Empire State Building, and walk across Brooklyn Bridge. Visit MoMA or the Met for a culture fix, or find out about New York’s fascinating immigration history at Ellis Island. Gaze at the bright lights of Times Square, and discover Central Park’s pathways and lakes.

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After all that sightseeing, you’ll certainly have earned some downtime in St Lucia. Go for a dip in the bath-warm Caribbean Sea, and unwind on the powdery sands with a crushed-ice cocktail. Or, for the ultimate treat, why not book yourself in for a massage at your resort’s therapeutic spa?

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Miami & St Lucia

A multi-centre holiday to Miami and St Lucia is a beach-lover’s dream. Separated by a three-and-a-half-hour flight, these tropical spots know a thing or two about sun, sea and sand.
Sprawled along Florida’s south-east coast, Miami is a cultural melting pot, loved for its Cuban influences, fantastic beaches and lively nightlife. And, thanks to its year-round toasty temperatures, Miami is something of a haven for sun-seekers. You can chill out on South Beach, admire the city’s famous Art Deco architecture, and browse exclusive boutiques in the Design District – or you could simply dance the day away at one of Miami’s A-list beach clubs. Prefer to keep active? Go for a swim in the balmy sea, join in with a game of beach volleyball, or try your hand at watersports.

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Once you’ve experienced the delights on Miami, it’s time to fly south to idyllic St Lucia, where you can discover rich rainforests, coral reefs and quaint towns. Or, if you’ve had a few late nights in Florida’s party capital, take it easy on some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. 

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Best time for your multi-centre

When planning your multi-centre holiday to St Lucia, it’s important to consider the climate of both destinations, to make sure you get the most out of your trip. St Lucia has two distinct seasons, with the dry season running from December to May. You can expect hot, sunny days at this time of year. Plus, the lower humidity means you’ll have comfortable conditions for watersports, rainforest hikes and climbing the pitons.

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Barbados is also dry from December to early April so, if you wanted to combine these two islands into one trip, this would be the ideal time to go. Similarly, Miami is driest between December and February, when temperatures hover in the low thirties – the perfect chance for some winter sun.
If you want to visit New York as well as St Lucia, it would be best to plan your trip for April or May. The Big Apple can be extremely cold in January and February, so sightseeing may not be very enjoyable. In spring, though, you’ll be able to explore in comfort, and see Central Park’s cherry blossom in full bloom.

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St Lucia & Barbados

St Lucia & Barbados

If one Caribbean gem isn’t enough for you, why not visit two? A multi-centre holiday to St Lucia and Barbados allow you to experience two sides of island life. The first is all about romantic beaches and rainforest adventures, while the second offers brilliant watersports and a vibrant capital city.

Show More
Show Less

There’s plenty to do here, if you’re looking for an action-packed trip. In St Lucia, you can hike to the top of the famous Pitons, zip-line through the forest and marvel at the world’s only drive-in volcano. Then, in Barbados, you can discover fabulous beaches, as you try out kitesurfing, body-boarding and snorkelling. If you want to party, time your trip to coincide with Barbados’ annual Crop Over Festival in summer. Reminiscent of Rio Carnival in Brazil, this spectacular event is a kaleidoscope of dance and colour.

But these two islands are also ideal for travellers who simply want to chill out. You can relax on St Lucia’s sugary beaches, enjoy a rum-tasting session, visit a cocoa plantation, and explore Barbados’ cultural capital city.

Show More
Show Less

NYC & St Lucia

New York & St Lucia

A city-and-beach getaway is a great option, if you want to split your time between lively streets and laidback coves. And what better combination is there than New York and St Lucia?

You can enjoy a few days in the Big Apple, taking in the city’s iconic landmarks, world-class museums and incredible dining scene. See the Statue of Liberty, admire the New York skyline from the top of the Empire State Building, and walk across Brooklyn Bridge. Visit MoMA or the Met for a culture fix, or find out about New York’s fascinating immigration history at Ellis Island. Gaze at the bright lights of Times Square, and discover Central Park’s pathways and lakes.

Show More
Show Less

After all that sightseeing, you’ll certainly have earned some downtime in St Lucia. Go for a dip in the bath-warm Caribbean Sea, and unwind on the powdery sands with a crushed-ice cocktail. Or, for the ultimate treat, why not book yourself in for a massage at your resort’s therapeutic spa?

Show More
Show Less

Miami & St Lucia

Miami & St Lucia

A multi-centre holiday to Miami and St Lucia is a beach-lover’s dream. Separated by a three-and-a-half-hour flight, these tropical spots know a thing or two about sun, sea and sand.
Sprawled along Florida’s south-east coast, Miami is a cultural melting pot, loved for its Cuban influences, fantastic beaches and lively nightlife. And, thanks to its year-round toasty temperatures, Miami is something of a haven for sun-seekers. You can chill out on South Beach, admire the city’s famous Art Deco architecture, and browse exclusive boutiques in the Design District – or you could simply dance the day away at one of Miami’s A-list beach clubs. Prefer to keep active? Go for a swim in the balmy sea, join in with a game of beach volleyball, or try your hand at watersports.

Show More
Show Less

Once you’ve experienced the delights on Miami, it’s time to fly south to idyllic St Lucia, where you can discover rich rainforests, coral reefs and quaint towns. Or, if you’ve had a few late nights in Florida’s party capital, take it easy on some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. 

Show More
Show Less

Best time to go

Best time for your multi-centre

When planning your multi-centre holiday to St Lucia, it’s important to consider the climate of both destinations, to make sure you get the most out of your trip. St Lucia has two distinct seasons, with the dry season running from December to May. You can expect hot, sunny days at this time of year. Plus, the lower humidity means you’ll have comfortable conditions for watersports, rainforest hikes and climbing the pitons.

Show More
Show Less

Barbados is also dry from December to early April so, if you wanted to combine these two islands into one trip, this would be the ideal time to go. Similarly, Miami is driest between December and February, when temperatures hover in the low thirties – the perfect chance for some winter sun.
If you want to visit New York as well as St Lucia, it would be best to plan your trip for April or May. The Big Apple can be extremely cold in January and February, so sightseeing may not be very enjoyable. In spring, though, you’ll be able to explore in comfort, and see Central Park’s cherry blossom in full bloom.

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