Sailing Holidays in St. Lucia
Experience the majestic splendor of St. Lucia in the best way possible – from the sea! When was the last time you went out for a casual drive and ended up inside a volcano? A surreal scenario comes to life at La Soufrière, one of the most popular attractions in St. Lucia. Pack your skin with the medicinal mud of Sulfur Springs for a DIY spa treatment. Continue your eruptive adventures with a guided hike of the two volcanic plugs known as the Pitons then ascend Morne Fortune to take in the sweeping views. For an intimate beach experience, hit the private black sands of Anse Mamin. Moreover, St. Lucia is a popular sailing spot and, in part because of its popularity, it’s home to many ports through which sailors can make their way onto the island. In fact, the government of St. Lucia has actively encouraged yachting, with an eye toward making this island one of the Caribbean’s top yachting centers. The peak sailing season for St. Lucia is from December until June, though this does overlap with much of the high tourist season in the region as well. Visitors will find higher prices, but less rainfall. Rainfall is a summer-oriented concern, but summer also brings hurricane season (June through November) – which can be unpleasant should a storm be passing nearby.