St. Lucia Travel Guide

St. Lucia Sports & Activities

Uncover sports & activities in St. Lucia with our insider's guide.


Although the terrain is pretty rugged, two tour operators have put together fascinating bicycle and combination bicycle-hiking tours that appeal...

Boating and Sailing

Rodney Bay and Marigot Bay are centers for bareboat and crewed yacht charters. Their marinas offer safe anchorage, shower facilities, restaurants...

Diving and Snorkeling

You'll find on-site dive shops at several resorts, including The Body Holiday, Sandals Grande. Royal by Rex, and Rendezvous in the north; Ti...


Among the deep-sea creatures you can find in St. Lucia's waters are dolphin (the fish, also called dorado or mahimahi), barracuda, mackerel...


St. Lucia has only one 18-hole championship course: St. Lucia Golf Resort & Country Club , which is in Cap Estate. Sandals Regency La...

Guided Tours

Taxi drivers are well informed and can give you a full tour and often an excellent one, thanks to government-sponsored training programs. Full...


The island is laced with trails, but you shouldn't attempt the more challenging ones—especially those that are deep in the rain forest—on your...

Horseback Riding

Creole horses, a breed native to South America and popular on St. Lucia, are fairly small, fast, sturdy, and even-tempered animals suitable...

Sea Excursions

A day sail or sea cruise from Rodney Bay or Vigie Cove to Soufrière and the Pitons is a wonderful way to see St. Lucia and a great way to get...

Windsurfing and Kiteboarding

Windsurfers and kiteboarders congregate at Anse de Sables Beach in Vieux Fort, at the southeastern tip of St. Lucia, to take advantage of the...


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