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Helicopter transfer in Saint Lucia
Saint Lucia Facts and Frequently Asked Questions

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It’s always wise to do some research before any vacation to ensure you get the most from your stay. We cover some […]

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The view from Government House
Historic Attractions and Museums in Saint Lucia

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With its British and French Colonial history, Saint Lucia has a fascinating past. Visitors will find this history is best explored by […]

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Diamond Falls
Top 10 Photo Ops on Saint Lucia

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The Caribbean island of Saint Lucia is known for its dramatic natural beauty, so you will want to have your camera ready […]

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Brig Unicorn
Brig Unicorn History Includes Pirates of the Caribbean

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The name of Saint Lucia’s most famous sunken ship, the brig Unicorn, may not mean much to visitors. However, this vessel became […]

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Feta La Roz, a Saint Lucia event
What Makes a Trip to Saint Lucia so Worthwhile?

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There are 28 island nations in the Caribbean, and over 7,000 islands, so what makes a trip to Saint Lucia so special […]

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Poster for Saint Lucia Jazz Festival 2016 (25th Anniversary)
Celebrate the Saint Lucia Jazz Festival’s 25th Anniversary!

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From April 29 to 8 May 2016, the Saint Lucia Jazz Festival is celebrating its twenty-fifth milestone with the theme “Unforgettable Journey”. […]

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Sir Arthur Lewis Community College
The Words and The Numbers: Saint Lucia’s Nobel Laureates

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For a small island, Saint Lucia has a mighty big history when it comes to producing Nobel Laureates. In fact per capita, […]

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Local St Lucia musicians
Saint Lucia’s Music Hits a High Note!

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Part of the pleasure of visiting the Caribbean is the chance to hear the distinctive calypso music played in a head-nodding rhythm […]

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Visit a Village: Colourful Canaries

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Canaries (or Kanawe in the local patois) is located on the West Coast of Saint Lucia, a small, colourful fishing village nestled along the main road […]

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