Despite its diminutive size, St Lucia boasts an abundance of geographical riches to rival that of its much larger neighbours. From dramatic volcanic peaks and dense jungles, dotted with breathtaking waterfalls, to beautiful, unspoilt beaches, which merge with stunning azure, waters: the landscapes are as diverse as they are beautiful, and feature an incredible array of wildlife, from rare kaleidoscopic birds and lizards, to several species of dolphin and whale.
The beautiful topography is punctuated with historic fortresses and myriad world-class hotels and resorts, whilst the cuisine - which combines, Creole, French, and West Indian flavours - is among the finest in the Caribbean.
Located amongst stunning natural terrain above the picturesque Anse Chastanet beach, Jade Mountain is the only resort to offer views of both Pitons, and is a truly tranquil sanctuary, featuring stunning rooms, infinity pools, award-winning cuisine, and a spa and fitness centre.
Virgin and British Airways offer regular direct flights to St Lucia from London Gatwick Airport.
Mid December to mid April is the driest and sunniest period and therefore a great time to visit.
We recommend a minimum of 5 days.
If you are a UK citizen you do not require a visa to enter St Lucia and may remain there for up to 42 days.