The Ultimate St. Lucia Travel Guide

St. Lucia is known as one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean.

We’ll give you everything you need to have an amazing vacation in St. Lucia, inculding tips and tricks to make your trip better than ever.

(COVID-19 travel warning: If you wish to travel to St. Lucia, excersize mild caution. Learn more here.)

What’s the best time to visit St. Lucia?

January✅Beach season ❌Start of crowded season (lots of people)+ prices rising
February✅One of the best beach months ❌lots of crowds + more expensive
March✅ Amazing beach time ❌Extremely crowded + more expensive
April✅ Great beach and adventure month ❌and ✅ End of high season (so there will be lots of people, just not as much. )
May✅Start of the budget season/ a great time for a laid-back vacation
❌ You may experience a few rains
June✅Budget+ less people ❌Start of the rainy season
July✅budget ❌lots of rains + 2nd highest tourist arrival month
August✅ Budget ❌Rains + significant crowds
September✅ Budget + least touristy month ❌Rain
October✅Less people/budget ❌most rainy month + hours of sunlight dip significantly
November✅budget season, but nearing high season ❌significant amounts of rainfall
December✅Less rain, awesome beach weather ❌Start of high season (more crowds) + prices rising
April, May, and December, are, in my opinion, the best months to visit St. Lucia

Note: (despite saying “rain” a lot, the weather in St. Lucia is usually pleasant and warm.)

What should I not miss in St. Lucia?

The must see attractions in St. Lucia include:

(Click the links for more information about the activities.)

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St. Lucia

What are the best hotels in St. Lucia?

St. Lucia is known for having some of the best luxury hotels in the world, and is a luxury destination itself, actually (but there’s lots of budget options as well).

Here’s some of the best hotels in St. Lucia:

Resorts aka Luxury Hotels

  • Jade Mountain Resort– the very definition of luxury. Incredible views to the ocean and mountains. A top rated resort complete with a gym, spa, pool,and a fancy restaurant. Rooms are literally on the ocean.
  • Ladera Resort– Similar views to the Jade Mountain Resort. Amenities include a garden, library, bar, restaurant, sauna, excersize facility, and spa.
  • Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Hotel– Beautiful hotel situated between two green mountains. Rooms include private pools. There is direct and private beachfront access, a garden, themed dinners, movie nights, entertainment, a snack bar, bar, and restaurant, a fitness center, sauna, spa, and a lot more that will not fit in this guide.

Budget Hotels/Mid-Range:

Piton, St.Lucia [HDR] | St. Lucia - Caribbean 2011 | Flickr
Piton Mountains, St. Lucia

What should I expect from St. Lucia?

If you want to see snow or the desert, St. Lucia isn’t it, but otherwise, it’s a pretty compatible place for everyone. But, you should except to spend a lot of time of the beach.

If you’ve ever been to Hawaii, St. Lucia will be pretty similar to that.

Expect to have a great time- because if sure you will, and don’t be scared to try something new (like ziplining), because St. Lucia is all about that!

Vigie Beach and Palm Trees, St Lucia | Print can be ordered … | Flickr

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Published by Dhatri, the Voyager

Hi! I'm Dhatri, the Voyager. Voyage the World is my travel blog, where I post itineraries, travel tips, and top ten lists. Join me on my voyages of the world!

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