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Saint Lucia is a sovereign island that is found in the Eastern Caribbean. It is part of the Lesser Antilles chain of islands and is just south of Martinique.
Control of the island for many years switched between France and England. Since 1660, it has switched hands a total of 14 times. Since 1979, it became an independent state within the United Kingdom.
Because tourism is the primary component of the island’s economy, you’ll find a fully developed resort structure open to you during your stay. World-class accommodations mix with stunning beaches to create a relaxing holiday experience.
Saint Lucia has something for the adventurer as well. The Sulfur Springs are one of the primary attractions on the island. There is a pool with warm water where swimming is permitted, so if you head out to see the springs, be sure to bring your swimming apparel.
It may be smaller than most waterfalls, but the Toraille Waterfall has a charm all its own. You can stand underneath the falls for a refreshing experience or enjoy wading through the waist-deep pool that accommodates it.
You can also take on a technical climbing trekking excursion by taking the trail at Petit Piton. Hiking to Gros Piton is something most people can achieve, though the trail is somewhat strenuous with is consistent ascent that totals about 600m. Diving, ziplining, and sailing are all possible as well.
If you’re looking for a relaxing holiday, Saint Lucia has much to offer. Be sure to give it a closer look.
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Travel resources for Saint Lucia.