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.
Over the Easter Weekend numerous activities were held on our beautiful island. The Easter Parade and private Tea Parties were a resounding success. A kaleidoscope of colours was showcased as Easter Bonnets were worn by women and young girls to celebrate the season. The Bonnets tradition originated
Easter is one of the most awaited Christian festivals and every nation has its own way of celebrating this particular time. While many families are decorating eggs or sharing chocolate bunnies, St. Lucia’s tradition of making “accra”, eating “penepis” and kite flying are the ways this island
Easter in St.Lucia is a spiritual, warm and welcoming experience. It is celebrated with church services and festive meals and, as usual, West Indian traditions add a unique touch to both secular and spiritual celebrations. Good Friday is marked by Catholic services island wide, somber