Barefoot Holidays: Things to do in St. Lucia during the holidays! St. Lucia is part of the Windward Islands of the Lesser Antilles, a long arc of islands on the edge of the Caribbean Sea. With the Caribbean on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other, it is a beautiful vacation destination, be it a destination wedding, couples spring break, a group retreat, or family Christmas getaway! There are two sides of St. Lucia, the South is the mountainous, more rugged region that is perfect for a
Go eat some Easter bun! Go to church! Fly a kite!Easter is a perfect time to vacation in the Caribbean. The March break crowds have gone, the beautiful dry season has begun, and the weather is simply gorgeous. The Easter weekend is celebrated with great fanfare, good food and good fun. Visitors can expect to marvel in the unconventional traditions of the islands. Many of the Easter customs stem from the region’s deep seated Christian beliefs and make for an interesting discovery.
Voluntourism in the Caribbean Do high-earning achievers who qualify for luxurious incentive trips really want to give up time on the golf course to paint a local school or refurbish a community library? More and more, incentive houses and corporate event planners are finding that the answer is a resounding “yes.” Voluntourism and corporate social responsibility activities are now finding a place in the plush world of incentive travel. Furthermore, volunteer projects tie into the growing popularity of experiential travel.
St. Lucia is an Island nation with a unique story of both turmoil and perseverance. This year, the Island Marks its 40th anniversary of independence on February 22nd. Celebrating the transition from where it was to where it is presently.
The prestigious World Travel Awards have received nominations for the very best travel companies in the industry and Barefoot Holidays St Lucia is named as one of eight nominees in the Caribbean’s Leading Destination Management Company (DMC) 2019 Category. We were voted most popular Travel Management in the Caribbean by the World Travel Awards in 2012 and 2013, and will once again compete for the coveted prize alongside renowned travel companies in the region.
Bright window displays, the mouthwatering aroma of Christmas black cake in the air, and the familiar sound of bamboo bursting in the distance can only mean one thing. A good St. Lucian Christmas. While there aren’t any chimneys for Santa to climb down, St. Lucians still ensure that all presents are delivered on time every year and everyone thoroughly enjoys their Christmas.
St. Lucia is now a popular choice for destination weddings in the Caribbean. With many venues to tie the knot, a bride has to ensure that her hairstyle ties in perfectly with the location that she has chooses. When thinking Caribbean, most persons imagine a beach wedding, however, St. Lucia has so many different locations to choose from. Below are some tips for hairstyles for the most popular wedding spots in St. Lucia.
Creole Heritage Month in Saint LuciaBon Jou, Bon Fete Kweyol, Sa Ka Fete! Are just a few of the friendly greetings that you receive in Saint Lucia during creole heritage month, which is celebrated in October every year. The main aim of the Creole Heritage month this year is the discovery of the skill and abilities of St. Lucians which keeps with the theme for this year; ‘Decouve Sent Lisi’, ‘Decouve Ko’w’.
Get your Jazz on in Saint Lucia!St. Lucia Jazz Festival, known as one of the best in the world, was originally created to entice visitors to the island during a low tourism period, it has succeeded in drawing thousands of jazz fans each year for two weeks in early May.