If you’ve ever been to the southwestern corner of Saint Lucia, you’ve seen them. You’ve felt them. You’ve felt this wonder of the Caribbean.
The beach is delightful. But there are so many more reasons to vacation in the Caribbean. And some travelers, as Elisabeth Goodridge’s family likes to say, get itchy: to explore, to learn, to eat or to exercise.Here are five island destinations with off-the-beach adventures. She won’t judge if you head back for a swim and a piña colada at the end of the day.
When Martin Breen arrived in Jade Mountain high above the hills of St Lucia, he was warmly welcomed with the words “Welcome to paradise”.
Learn about what to do on your St Lucia Holiday: climbing the Pitons, which beaches are the best, where there is a good Friday night street party.
The perfect Caribbean is getaway is just a few hours away on the beautiful beaches of St. Lucia.
Check out this list of the top 10 things do do in St Lucia the only country to be named after a historic woman.
St. Lucia lives up to reputation as a honeymoon-worthy destination…
Source: St. Lucia: A Caribbean gem
(GIS) – The Piton Management Area (PMA) recently hosted the closing ceremony for the UNESCO Participation Project.
On Nov. 1, the Ministry of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development, along with the Piton Management Area office in Soufriere, held the closing ceremony for the project, which sought to utilize technology for the demarcation of the PMA, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Deborah Charlery, the Deputy Permanent Secretary in the Department of Sustainable Development gave an overview of the project.
“This project was submitted through the Office of the Secretary General of the National Commission for UNESCO and was titled “Building Local Capacity in the Use of Science Technology and Innovation (STI), Demarcation and Sustainable Management of Protected Areas, Protected Areas Assets, Improvement and Development of Protected Area Monitoring and Public Education and Awareness Tools.”
Amy Laughinghouse is not even halfway up Gros Piton, the taller of St. Lucia’s signature twin peaks, and she’s already starting to perspire from places where she didn’t even know she had pores. Her shins. Her elbows. Her earlobes.
Source: Up and down in St. Lucia