St. Lucia Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia



St. Lucia – Find this island nation floating between the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. Explore this beautiful destination now to make the …

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  1. A correction and an apology. Our editing crew were obviously so mesmerised by St. Lucia’s beauty, they let a rare production boo-boo slip through. The notorious buccaneer, Peg Leg Le Clerc, actually settled on Pigeon Island around 1550, not 1950 as stated in the voice over! We’ll let the offenders off this time, but if it happens again they’ll be walking the plank! ; )

  2. Help me! I have not been to the Carribean but I want to.How is St Lucia compared to other islands? How are the beaches and the ocean compared to other islands in the carribean?

  3. This guy said, "the bitter sweet period of sugar and slavery" It always so odd to hear how they always have to address slavery in the Caribbean vacation spots.

  4. We had a great time in St. Lucia, especially 2 shore excursions. My wife and daughter did the Pitons volcanic mud bath. My son and I did an ATV ride along the beautiful shoreline, which included a muddy area. We also got a mud bath …

  5. I am considering Saint Lucia for our 20th wedding anniversary any recommendations for romantic resort with fine dining and mostly relaxation?

  6. I had my wedding in St Lucia in 2017' at the Royalton. Great beaches, diving, and tours. We had an amazing time. My profile pic is from my wedding there!

  7. It’s crazy how big the states are, because when I read people in the comments saying “I’m from St. Lucia” my first thought was, “oh that’s too bad.” Even though we all vacay there, and it’s some of the most beautiful earth we have. Love my country ❤️

  8. We've visited St Lucia many times . . . In fact 12 yrs running stayed at the Rex St Lucian Rodney Bay made many friends there . . Very friendly and lovely people. We liked nothing better than taking a local bus to Castries visiting local shops/restaurants and bars. Surprisingly I never heard any mention of the Pitons a pair of twin mountains that dominate the skyline even have a local beer named after them. A truly wonderful destination we always went in January temperature was spot on for the Brits but there will always be a shower every day!! Hence it's a green and pleasant land.

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