If you are planning a tropical vacation in the Caribbean, there are over 7,000 islands to choose from (although not all have the same standards of luxury accommodation as Calabash Cove!) We look at the top reasons why tourists choose Saint Lucia for their destination, and why visitors keep returning year after year.
Most visitors come to Saint Lucia for the beautiful sunny climate and gorgeous beaches. However, exploring further afield you will find some of the best Caribbean Gardens in Saint Lucia to enrich your Calabash Cove experience. Here are a few to consider.
Located in Rodney Bay about three miles from Calabash Cove, Pigeon Island National Historic Park is one of the most popular Saint Lucia attractions in the area. Once a separate island, the 40-acre islet and reserve was connected to the mainland by a sandy causeway in the 1970s.
Obviously Bob Marley was thinking of something more serious when he wrote that lyric, but he certainly could have been talking about the secret of mastering the Caribbean’s latest beach craze. Combine surfing with kayaking and you’ve got ‘stand up paddle boarding’ or SUP, the fastest growing water sport on the planet. According to a recent report in Men’s Fitness, gear sales have tripled and the world is in love with SUPing.