St. Lucia is small but so full of things to see and live. On the south side it
is possible to hike on two spectacular twin volcanic peaks, the Pitons, nearly
800 meters high, covered by rainforest or the Soufriere, down towards the
Diamond Baths in a beautiful botanical garden. Breathtaking views await you.
Diving in the hot thermal waters surrounded by the colors, smells, and the
singing of tropical parrots in the jungle is an unforgettable experience.
Form of government:
within the Commonwealth
Area: 616 Kmq.
English official and Creole patois spoken
Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar (XCD). 1
Time Zone: - 4 GMT - UTC
passport and round-trip ticket
The public telephony offers good service and
there are many
phones working with prepaid cards available
in the tourist's offices.The wireless network is
active and guaranteed
by Cable & Wireless Company
International Dialing Code: +1
Hygienic conditions are
good, but medical facilities are limited
St. Lucia is a small fruitful tropical gem and still relatively
unknown to tourism; located half way between Martinique and
St.Vincent, north of Barbados.
The Atlantic Ocean touches the eastern tip, while the west coast takes
its beauty from the calm Caribbean Sea.
Lying in the Windward
islands, St.Lucia is a big isle overlooked by
Mount Gimie in a jungle forest.
The beaches are both white sandy and volcanic dark.
St. Lucia is unmistakable thanks to the two twin volcanoes in the
south side: Gros Piton and Petit Piton.
Round Mount Gimie and the Pitons is a tropical forest now declared
natural reserve, with palms, orchids, heliconia, where a myriad of
small birds have their nests.
Among these the Amazona Versicolor, the national badge that is a blue
headed small parrot, green feathers and yellow tail.
temperature is around 25/27 ° C., constantly cooled by
trade winds. The dry season runs from November to May,
the humid one from june to november. That is Also the