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St Lucia

Saint Lucia is an island known for her exotic beaches, luxury resorts, striking scenery and the Pitons mountain. The first country to be named after a woman and is famous for Pitons mountain range, a UNESCO World Heritage site. It's a sovereign island nation in the eastern Caribbean Sea on the boundary with the Atlantic Ocean. The capital of St. Lucia is Castries, and The currency is the Eastern Caribbean dollar. Its official language is English.

Saint Lucia was initially inhabited by the Ciboney people, followed by the Arawaks and the Caribs. St. Lucia is a popular destination for group travelers, offering something for everyone. The Island is home to beaches, rainforests, mountains, and various activities and attractions. Group travelers can enjoy hiking, biking, bird watching, and exploring the Island's many historical sites.

Info to Know Before You Go!

Hewanorra International (UVF)

East Caribbean Dollar (U.S. Dollars are accepted)

The best time to visit St. Lucia is between December and May. During this time, the weather is warm and sunny, and there are fewer crowds than in other months.
December through May is also the Island's dry season, so visitors can expect relatively little rainfall during their trip. However, even during the wetter months of June through November, St. Lucia is still a beautiful place to visit.

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St Lucia

Visitors from all over the world come to climb the steep Piton Mountains, zipline through the lush tropical forests and revel in the various festivals held on the Eastern Caribbean Island, including the Food and Rum Festival.

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