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The beaches and abundant dining options are top of the list for many visitors to Cap Estate. A stop by Smugglers Cove or Sandals Golf and Country Club might round out your trip.
When in Mount du Cap, you can plan a visit to Friday Night Street Party and Splash Island Water Park Saint Lucia, some noteworthy sights in the nearby area.
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If you're spending some time in Vigie, Saint Lucia National Archives and Vigie Beach are top sights worth seeing.
Mount Hardy might not have many top sights, but Sandals Golf and Country Club and Cas en Bas Beach are two attractions nearby that you can check out.
Though Coubaril might not have many top sights, you can venture to the surrounding area to see attractions like La Toc Beach and St. Lucia Government House.
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St. Lucia may be small in size, but it sure packs a punch. Home to rainforests, powdery beaches and tropical reefs, this verdant Caribbean island also boasts striking volcanic mountains and an abundance of enchanting waterfalls.
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Day 1-2: You’ll likely arrive at Hewanorra International Airport, around an hour’s drive south of the capital city, Castries. Once settled, head to Castries Market where you can peruse fresh local produce and handicrafts. For a history lesson of St. Lucia’s alternating British and French rule, take a guided tour of Inniskilling Monument. The view here won’t disappoint.
Day 3-4: No St. Lucia trip is complete without experiencing the crystal clear, calm water at Jalousie Beach. With its white sand and view of the Pitons, it may well be the prettiest beach on the island. Reduit Beach on Rodney Bay is also worth a visit. Kick back with a fresh coconut in hand or feel like a kid again at Splash Island Water Park.
Day 5-7: Wind up your trip by hiking Gros Piton or Pigeon Island National Park. Last of all, don’t miss the opportunity to soak in the volcanic mud baths of Soufriere.
Immerse yourself in the culinary feasts and musical festivities of Jounen Kwéyòl (Creole Day), which is celebrated all over the island every last Sunday of October.
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