Saint Lucia well known for its dramatic volcanic formations, beautiful powdery beaches, and tranquil green landscape. Here are a few suggestions for your next yacht charter to St. Lucia.
Reduit Beach is one of the island’s most popular beaches because of it’s golden sand and crystal blue waters. After spending the day on the beach, wander through the Rodney Bay area to find good shopping, local cuisine, and great places to grab a cocktail. There’s plenty of outdoor fun to have on the waters like kitesurfing, paddleboarding, kayaking, or just relax on a pool float in the ocean!
Saint Lucia is great for ecotourists, especially in the fishing town of Soufriere. The town rests between two towering dormant volcanoes known as the Pitons. There is also the Maria Islands, off the southern tip of Saint Lucia, which is home to more than 120 species of plants and animals, including butterflies, snakes and lizards. Some of the species found here are extinct in the rest of the world!
Learn about Saint Lucian history with a visit to the Pigeon Island National Landmark. Other attractions you can explore here include military buildings, white-sand beaches, and scenic mountain overlooks. Learn more about the British and French battles at Morne Fortune, a historic battlefield, which is now called the Hill of Good Luck. This is located just south of the military museum, the Government House, and the soldiers’ cemetery.
Book your trip to St. Lucia in the BVI aboard a private yacht charter HERE. Whether you prefer crewed or bareboat, there’s no better way to experience the Caribbean than by boat. Explore a new tropical paradise every day with friends, family, or that special someone!