Castries, the capital of the West Indies island of Saint Lucia.
An excellent way to shop for souvenirs is to take advantage of a shopping tour which takes participants to a craft market, a duty free center, shops, and shopping malls.A relaxing way to explore the coastline.
Come experience a hike to the summit and come back down to the sea-level within a few hours. The hike is about 2 hours up 2 hours down.
Gros Piton is one of two mountains south of the town Soufrière in the southwest of Saint Lucia. Lying at the southern end of Pitons Bay, it rises to a height of 798 m (2619 ft). It is the second highest peak on Saint Lucia, after Mount Gimie.
Visit the world’s only drive-in volcano at the Sulphur Springs and enjoy a warm therapeutic mud bath in a hot mineral pool at the bottom of the springs.After we head to the waterfall for a refreshing bath,then to my Moms place for a homemade meal.After we head to the Black sand beach(Anse Chastanet)for snorkeling,a coast cruise and then to Sugar Beach.
Located on the north side of the beautiful island of St. Lucia, Rodney Bay Marina is situated in a well-protected inner lagoon that helps make it safe and secure. While perfect white-sand beaches give way to emerald waters adding to the island’s captivating allure, Rodney Bay Marina offers the perfect backdrop to your yachting lifestyle.
Marigot Bay is located on the western coast of the Caribbean island of Saint Lucia, 3.75 miles southwest from Castries and a short distance from the Saint Lucian National Marine Reserve. It is surrounded on three sides by steep, forested hills. Marigot Bay is a historic landmark, having been the site of a number of battles between the French and British navies.
Soufrière is a quarter on the Southwest coast of Saint Lucia in the West Indies. Soufrière was the former capital of Saint Lucia during times of French rule. It is now a small sleepy fishing port with an emerging tourism industry. It boasts several attractions including a drive-in volcano, the Diamond Botanical Gardens with waterfall (briefly featured in the Superman II movie) and historic mineral baths, plus the nearby black sand beaches of Anse Chastanet to the north and Malgretout to the south.