St Lucia holidays

Jade Mountain

At a glance

  • The majestic Piton mountains
  • Zip-lining through rainforest landscapes
  • The Caribbean's most romantic isle

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A romantic island of green mountains, tropical forests and adventure

St Lucia changed hands between the French and British fourteen times during the 18th and 19th Centuries and it isn’t hard to see why both nations coveted it so much. This paradise island boasts a true essence of romance as well as adventure with talcum-white beaches and crystal clear waters, dramatic landscapes, an unspoilt rainforest and even a drive-in volcano.

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Good to know

Time difference:

GMT -4 hours

Capital:

Castries

Currency:

East Caribbean dollar

Flying time to destination:

9 hours

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When to visit

Jan

Highly Recommended

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Feb

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Mar

Highly Recommended

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Apr

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May

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Jun

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Jul

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Aug

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Sep

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Oct

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Nov

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Dec

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Kuoni Insider

It takes about four hours to walk up the Gros Piton and back down again, so don’t try this if you’re not physically fit! The best time to go is early in the morning before the temperature starts to rise, and it gets colder the higher you climb.

 

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