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  3. St. Lucia has the sun, sand and swaying palm trees of a Caribbean island oasis. Thrilling outdoor adventures, relaxing indoor escapes and beaches that stretch for miles make the island perfect for travellers who just want to get away from it all.

    Gorgeous architecture that harks back to the French and British colonies on the island makes for a perfect backdrop for pictures to send back home. The colourful roofs of Soufriere cut through the deep green of tropical forests and beautiful mountains.

    Iconic island adventures are all available in St. Lucia. Travellers can horseback ride on the beach at sunset, splash through a towering waterfall and soak in the vivid picture of bright blues, pinks and greens that dot sprawling botanical gardens. St. Lucia truly offers something for travellers of all walks of life.

  5. Spending time outdoors is a must in the mystifying atmosphere of the island. The Tet Paul Nature Trail lets travellers experience the unspoiled beauty of the island. Hikers who make it to Piton Heights enjoy sweeping views of the emerald mountains and sapphire waters surrounding St. Lucia. The trail winds through an organic farm featuring exotic fruits including pineapples and guava.

    Zipline tours offer a thrilling option for seeing the island from a unique vantage point. The Morne Coubaril Estate in Soufriere offers experienced guides who can teach travellers how to get the most out a ziplining experience. Take in the views of majestic mountains, swaying palms and towering volcanoes while zipping through the forest.

    No island oasis would be complete without pristine beaches. One unique highlight of St. Lucia is that all beaches are public. There are no private beaches owned by resorts, so travellers have the opportunity to lounge in the golden sands of any beach on the island.

    The white sands of Reduit Beach stretch on to give travellers access to calm, lapping waters. Water sports are popular, and rentals of equipment and beach chairs are never hard to find. Luxurious restaurants offer a tantalizing taste of the island at resorts along the beach, and small food carts let visitors sample a simple snack while soaking up the sun.

    Jalousie Beach is known for its crystal-clear waters and strategic location between two volcanoes. Adventurous travellers can explore the coast by snorkeling or scuba diving to get a better look at brilliant fish, dazzling coral reefs and exotic underwater foliage. People who would prefer to sit back and relax can spread out a towel for a lazy day on the sand.

    The natural wonders of St. Lucia are beautiful, but the island has more to offer. The Fort Rodney ruins at Pigeon Island National Park offer travellers a glimpse into the struggles that 18th-century colonists endured. Pigeon Island is not all somber, though. The Saint Lucia Jazz Festival held on Pigeon Island each May attracts music lovers from around the world.

  6. Best Time To Visit: 

    The weather in St. Lucia is gorgeous throughout the year, but there are busy seasons that travellers may want to avoid. Crowds start to flock to the Caribbean island in mid-December to escape the cold of home. Lodging and airfare rates tend to be high through April.

    The Carnival celebration in July also draws crowds. A hurricane season that runs from August through November can bring heavy rains. Hotel rates tend to be lowest during this time, but travellers are reminded that they may have to limit their outdoor activities due to rain.

    St. Lucia is always warm. February is the coldest month at a mild 25 degrees, and the weather hovers around 28 degrees from May through October. Travellers who are looking for a tropical paradise can visit St. Lucia during any time of the year to get just what they need.

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