St. Lucia Vacations
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There was a time when you had to save for ages to be able to afford a trip to the Caribbean. But all inclusive vacations to St. Lucia have changed that, and you can easily find a cheap package deal that lets you explore the deep blue waters around the island, enjoy a cocktail or three on the sandy beaches, go hiking through the canopied rainforests, and so much more.
If you're a city slicker at heart and need an urban landscape, Castries and Soufričre will be happy to indulge you with their bustling streets, cozy bars and restaurants, and the rhythm of Caribbean music which is never more than a few beats away. Nature lovers have a lot to choose from too and you can escape to the dizzying heights of the Pitons, stay closer to the shore at Marigot and Rodney Bay, or pitch your tent midway between the two and soak in hot sulphur springs. With a drive-through volcano, oodles of colonials history, and mouth-watering cuisines which draw on the island's diverse influences, the one thing you will never be on St. Lucia, is bored.
Going all inclusive is the best way to save big bucks on St. Lucia vacations. Even smaller expenses like the trip from the airport to your hotel can be discounted, or cut out altogether if you add it to a package deal. The little things all add up, and the more travel components you include in your all inclusive deal, the bigger the discounts you get on your total budget. So why spend more when you can save your travel dollars and treat yourself to a little retail therapy instead? Whether it's tiny expenses like airport transfers, or larger ones like water sports activities and rainforest walking tours, just pick the package with activities and amenities you're most keen on, and watch the discounts pile up.
St. Lucia has long been a favourite for snowbirds from the US, Canada, and Europe, and this contributes to making the island's peak tourist period extend from December to well into April, when temperatures range from the mid to high 20s (Celsius). The island receives most of its rainfall between June and October, but cheap vacations might not be easy to come by due to the annual Carnival celebrations which are held in July. October and November constitute St. Lucia's shoulder seasons so package deals are likely to be less expensive around this time.