A Trip to St. Lucia...
Living St. Lucian Style...
Breathtaking views and St. Lucian hospitality. What more could one ask for in order to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life...
St. Lucia is an island full of wonderful people living a very simple life. Hospitality abounds -- on the roads to and fro, in the airport, in the restaurants and shopping areas. From the time you land, you will be impressed with how many people are eager and willing to help you settle in to your temporary lifestyle. Whether visiting for a week or a month, you will not regret a visit to this beautiful island.
From parasailing to sunset dinner cruises to catamaran rides and dolphin watching there is something for everyone in St. Lucia.
Take a dinner cruise past the Pitons and learn about the history of St. Lucia while enjoying delicious island delicacies and breathtaking scenery. An unbelievable sunset closes the evening's cruise and ushers you gently into what the night life has to offer.
If you like to party, you cannot miss the Friday night "Jump Off." The Jump Off is St. Lucia's version of a block party -- only on a far grander scale! Music, dancing, great food, good friends...it all awaits your arrival.
How about a ride on a catamaran to go dolphin watching? Or a trip on a pirate ship? For the more adventurous there is parasailing where you will be whisked to a height of about 600 feet in the air.
There is also snorkeling and scuba diving as well as other water sports. The island is alive with activity and fun for all!
Majestic St. LuciaClick thumbnail to view full-size
Don't Miss Out!
St. Lucia is a beautiful island full of charm and hospitality. Treat yourself to the island's beauty and friendly residents. Learn about their culture and history. Be wowed by the consistent hospitality from everyone you meet.
Don't let this article and brief photo journal be the only way you experience this beautiful island!
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