Santa Lucia Vacations
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In Santa Lucia, there's water all around and every conceivable way to enjoy yourself in and out of it. One of the world's largest coral reefs is located off Santa Lucia's Atlantic coast, and keeps the warm waters surrounding this narrow strip of land calm throughout the year. This makes it an extremely safe place for inexperienced swimmers and young children to explore the deep blue, while scuba divers and snorkeling enthusiasts can take their pick from over 30 dive spots along the reef to explore almost as many shipwrecks resting on the ocean floor below.
As incredible as the marine life may be, come ashore to explore Santa Lucia's surface attractions such as Roseate Flamingos at El Real Lake, or go farther out to visit Camaguey's ecological reserve and hike up the slopes of the Sierra de Cubitas to enjoy picturesque views from the summits.
There are enough hotels and resorts here that you won't be short of choices, but not so many that the whole area is crowded and touristy. So for a holiday that won't burn a hole in your pocket but still get you the Cuban holiday of your dreams, book all inclusive Santa Lucia vacations.
Vacations to Santa Lucia are most popular between November and April, which also constitutes the dry season in Santa Lucia's Camaguey Province. Temperatures during this time rarely drop below a pleasant 18°C, and this is when package deals are most expensive.
Santa Lucia's rainy season falls between May and October, when temperatures go well into the 30s and it can get extremely humid. If you're not used to this kind of weather, it's best to avoid visiting during this time. If you're looking for the best deals possible and don't mind a few showers, book all inclusive vacation deals in the shoulder periods of April or November, when the crowds thin out and there is still plenty of sunshine and warm weather for you to enjoy all of Saint Lucia's outdoor activities.