You have to see it, to beleive it...
Snorkeling and diving...There are several companies that offer boat trips to the popular snorkeling areas such as Anse Chastanet. The watersports at most of the major hotels and the scuba diving companies rent snorkeling equipment to guests.
Water-skiing and parasailing...Available at most spots, water-skiing in Saint Lucia can be enjoyed by beginner and advanced skiers. For an real thrill, visitors are encouraged to try parasailing, which allows riders to view spectacular sights as they soar above Rodney Bay.
The Fisherman's Feast begins with a church service, followed by the blessing of gaily decorated boats and boat sheds on the beaches. Feasting and merrymaking lasts the whole day into the early morning hours.
St. Lucia Squash Open: World renown squash players get together with amateurs for a casual but very competitve event.
Deep Sea Fishing...With the sparkling Caribbean Sea on one side and the mysterious depths of the Atlantic Ocean on the other, sailors and fishermen will fall in love with St Lucia. Not only is it possible to charter any form of sea-going vessel anywhere on the island, but St. Lucia also offers opportunities for some of the best deep sea fishing in the world. Described as "an angler's dream come true", it is home to several species of big game fish, and you may even catch a trophy white marlin as your prize!
Tropical Islands Rainforest... Deep in St Lucia's mountainous, tropical islands interior almost 1,800 feet above sea level, lies 19,000 acres of rainforest and the 29 miles of trails that run through it.
The rainforest is respected as a habitat for rare birds and plants, a world where lushness is overpowering, where elusive parrots squawk overhead, orchids scent the air, hummingbird buzz near brilliant heliconia and climbing palms encircle tall trees like lovers in a parting embrace. It has taken centuries for St Lucia's tropical island rainforest to become its current well-developed refuge. Nonetheless, two thousand years ago, Arawak tribes associated the dark woods with evil spirits and for centuries the forest remained untouched and the spirits the Amerindians feared evolved into island folklore.
Tropical Island Attractions & Tours... St. Lucia is rich in natural beauty – and there is so much to see and do. This tropical island beckons the visitor to explore. Historical, cultural and heritage sites can be found throughout the island. Local tour companies combining several of the sites and attractions offer a large variety of tours.
Attractions and tours can be sought by location as well as by type. More recently St. Lucia has developed a multiplicity of community based heritage tourism sites, these are well marked with Heritage Tourism Site signage.Of course, St. Lucia being a tropical island, is surrounded by water. Boat tours – daytime or at sunset are also options to choose from.
If you're seeking for pleasure and enrichment through the wonder of the undiscovered, the adventure of the unfamiliar you have to come to St. Lucia...
The Caribbean is an adventure playground for kiteboarders, specially at St. Lucia where the wind is just PERFECT...
A beautiful, looping, gravelled path parades through a rain forest, is a climb to the top of Morne la Combe that is only for the stout of heart. The mountain, towering 1,446 feet, lies on the Barre de Lisle ridge and offers panoramic views west to the Roseau and Mabouya valleys. The walk takes approximately three hours.
St. Lucia "The Small Paradise on Earth"...
St Lucians Andrew Barnard (30) and Olivia Hackshaw (58) are the sole Caribbean participants in a formidable event which is drawing athletes from North and South America, Europe and Asia: the Race Across the Sahara.
The task is a daunting one: they have to cross 250 kilometers of Sahara desert - on foot, self-supported - in seven days or less. On the morning of Sunday, September 25th, Barnard and Hackshaw will set off together with 98 other competitors from more than twenty nations around the world, carrying food for six days, camping gear and all other supplies except water, which is provided at regular intervals
A spate of resort developments on St Lucia has made this high, green island one of the Caribbean's fashionable package-tour destinations, but it's still a long way from being sanitised and overdeveloped. Bananas are still bigger business than tourism in this archetypal island paradise.