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.Read More
Are you a Foodie Traveler?
For most travelers, food is the most important aspect when visiting a foreign country; especially the Caribbean. Known for its variety of different flavors, every Caribbean island is unique in it’s very own way. Let’s talk Saint Lucia!
Saint Lucians and their culture on a whole, has had a big influence on the rich local cuisine that the island has to offer. From days gone-by, some of the local dishes are still enjoyed in the more rural communities; particularly the eastern and western parts of the island. Such dishes like Bouillon, Bakes (Fried Bread) and even Accra (Cod Fish fritters) continue to be part of the lifestyle of almost every Saint Lucian. Indulging in the Saint Lucian Culinary Experience an absolute must when travelling to the Island.Read More
With Valentines Day around the corner, every traveler is looking for the most romantic experience while having as much fun as possible. Perhaps away from the noise for a while and down to the real Romantic Getaway; Something for two…Read More
‘Kenya Moore and Ludacris Visit Saint Lucia’
Just a few weeks after ‘Real housewives of Atlanta’s Kenya Moore tied her knots on Island, Saint Lucia was also visited by celebrity Ludacris and his Partner. Saint Lucia has been admired by some of the world’s most well-known Celebrities and networks including Queen Latifah , Ellie Goulding and CNN which recently featured Saint Lucia twice. From Weddings to Vacations, Jazz and Music Festivals, there is no doubt that this island lives up to its expectations.Read More
How often do you see chocoholics, party animals, spa lovers, foodies, and history buffs all agree on what to do on vacation? You will see it all in St. Lucia when the island’s fun-filled celebration of Chocolate Heritage Month takes place. The month of August in St. Lucia is the ultimate haven for…Read More
Piton Awards 2016 At the newly launched Piton Awards, the Saint Lucia Tourist Board rewarded its top selling agents from Canada and across the United States who have contributed to Saint Lucia’s growing visitor arrivals for the past year. These agents have undertaken a four-step education and…Read More
Every year, during the month of May, the world’s best Jazz Musicians travel to Saint Lucia for the most anticipated Music Event of the Caribbean. Cited as one of the world’s best – the Saint Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival – attracts thousands with a lineup of stellar artistes who fuse famed musical…Read More
“It’s hard to miss the poui tree with its brilliant yellow flowers as it appears in full bloom, by magic one day. Then a few days later, it flutters silently, carpeting the ground, in ones or twos, like flakes of snow.” The Yellow Poui, one of St. Lucia’s most spectacular trees, originated in…Read More
As Christmas nears, red flaming poinsettias plants bloom in profusion all over our picturesque island, Christmas lights sparkle, soft melodious sounds of Christmas carols, parang (Christmas music from Trinidad), steel band music and the never ending Christmas parties are everywhere. As this…Read More
“The art of pairing artisanal food with wine in the relaxed and informal atmosphere of Cellar Maison” An exquisite evening began with an awe inspiring demonstration of Champagne Sabering, an exciting and dramatic uncorking of champagne, after which we hosted a toast and sipped the…Read More