The Hawaii of the Caribbean - Stay at One and Play at Three
All About the Island
St. Lucia is known as the Hawaii of the Caribbean and it is home to three luxury all-included couples only resorts affording guests the opportunity to "stay at one and play at three." Sandals Grande St. Lucian, Sandals Regency La Toc, and Sandals Halcyon Beach are all about 90 minutes away from Hewanorra International Airport [UVF] 40 miles [1 hour 30 minutes] away. St. Lucia's sub tropical climate is kept mild by cooling trade winds, making St. Lucia a year round delight. From June to November be prepared for sporadic tropical showers.
St. Lucia offers an amazingly rich destination experience for visitors, with a variety of things to do. St. Lucia is a member of the British Commonwealth; however, the island has a rooted French history that dates back to the early 17th century. The French spent 150 years on the beautiful island of St. Luce, battling the English to own her. Over the years, St. Lucia changed hands over 15 times until it was finally won by the British in 1814. Although owned by the British, French influence is very much a part of the island today, evident in the French-infused dialect, Kwéyòl, as well as the French locales Soufriére, Anse La Raye and Gros Islet.
St. Lucia is Simply Beautiful because of her lush vegetation-embark on tours and excursions to explore a combination of high mountain ranges that run through the middle of the island, tropical forests, and low-lying beaches that truly make this island a natural paradise.
Home to one of the Caribbean's most famous landmarks, with its two towering volcanic cones, Gross Piton and Petit Piton, (referred to as the pitons) are a must-see. Enjoy excursions to St. Lucia's volcanic origins and explore a drive-in volcano or take a dip in the therapeutic Hot Sulpher Springs.
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