On the 24th November, His Royal Highness will travel to St Lucia arriving in the afternoon at Pointe Seraphine where he will receive an official welcome to the country. That evening, Prince Harry will attend a reception hosted by the Governor General, Her Excellency Dame Pearlette Louisy, in the gardens of Government House, overlooking the historic harbour of the capital, Castries.
The following morning will begin with an exhibition cricket match at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground. The event will see His Royal Highness watch an exhibition cricket match between two teams competing on behalf of His Royal Highness and the Prime Minister. Following the match, The Prince and the Prime Minister will present medals to their respective teams and exchange signed cricket bats.
His Royal Highness will then journey on to Pigeon Island, one of the country’s national landmarks, to attend an outdoor exhibition highlighting various conservation projects run by the young people of St. Lucia. Prince Harry will also unveil the dedication plaque designating the Castries Water Works Reserve and surrounding rainforest as Saint Lucia’s contribution to The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy Project.
The Prince will then travel by boat from the north of St Lucia to one of the most beautiful parts of the island, the south-western town of Soufriere that sits between the iconic Pitons. His Royal Highness will arrive at the harbour to the sights and sounds of a St Lucian street festival, with traditional food and drink on offer at local markets stalls. Prince Harry will have the opportunity to meet members of the public, youth leaders and local school children, with a St Lucian band providing the soundtrack.