Saint Lucia offers diverse attractions and activities to suit whatever mood you’re in. Where you go, the colors of the beautiful island will mesmerize you, the scenery will amaze you, and the tropical air will embrace you. Prepare for a sensory overload in the excitement that is Saint Lucia!
Pigeon Island National Landmark
Pigeon Island National Landmark is a 40 acre park that retraces the many historical legends of Saint Lucia, showcasing the local wildlife and the fantastic surrounding seascapes. In fact, this site is heralded as a “living museum.” Visitors to the park are free to explore at their own pace the remnants of Admiral Rodney’s naval base, take a refreshing dip at one of the coves, walk along the perimeter of a legendary pirate’s cave, or hike to the top of the fort for a spectacular 360 degree view.
As you get off the main highway, Rodney Bay is unmistakable. Flanked on both sides by shopping malls, banks, restaurants and bars, this attraction offers lots to do. Sit in their cafés, try some local Creole cuisine, shop at their tax-free brand name and specialty stores, try your luck at Saint Lucia’s only casino, or enjoy some live entertainment for a full day of excitement!
Diamond Botanical Gardens
The Diamond Falls in Soufrière features three popular attractions: a botanical garden, a beautiful waterfall colored by mineral deposits, and a healing mineral bath. Within the gardens, visitors can find educational displays of local fruits and vegetables. For a small fee, visitors can also relax in the soothing outdoor pools or private bathhouses. Learn more here.
Soufrière (The Pitons & Sulphur Springs)
When you visit Soufrière, a colourful fishing town found on the west coast of Saint Lucia, you can enjoy some of the best views of the Pitons and visit the Sulphur Springs. The Pitons are St. Lucia’s twin towering peaks and prime topographic feature on the island. At the end of a long day, visitors to the Sulphur Springs can view the bubbling pools and hissing fumaroles from observation platforms, and soak in some nearby therapeutic springs.