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This beautiful tropical island is much more than a beach retreat. Soaring volcanic peaks, lush rainforests and multi-coloured waterfalls are just some of the highlights.

Two Islands in One

St Lucia is famous for its range of small and luxurious resorts, but it’s really two islands in one.

Rodney Bay

Rodney Bay in the north offers lazy days and a modern marina full of upmarket bars and restaurants amid a beautiful bay.


In the south, Soufrière is at the heart of a gorgeous region of old plantations, hidden beaches and the geologic wonder of the impossibly photogenic Pitons - a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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If you get tired of lazing on the beach, nature lovers can hike to jungle-clad waterfalls, climb extinct volcanic cones or zip through the forest canopy on land, or dive beneath the calm Caribbean to get up close to St Lucia's marine life. Foodies will love the island's delicious Creole cuisine.


Soufrière Estate, also known as the Diamond Estate, is home to the Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens where you can walk on tranquil trails among tropical flowers and trees, or wallow in mineral baths that date back to 1784.


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