Frequently Asked Questions
When is the best time to visit St. Lucia?
You can visit St. Lucia anytime as there is always something going on; and best of all, the temperature is warm and it's sunny year-round. The island has a higher volume of visitors during December through mid-April; regarded as the most popular time to visit by travellers (because it's cold up North!). Hotel operators categorized their rates as low season and high season; meaning that these seasons relate, generally, to the North American and European seasons of summer and winter respectively. Low season rates are in effect, usually from April 14 to December 14, and high season rates from December 15 to April 14.
I have heard so much about St. Lucia and how beautiful the island is. Where is St. Lucia located and how do I get there?
Thank you; yes, St. Lucia is a beautiful island. It's located in the Caribbean and, all visitors travel by air (direct or chartered flight) or sea (cruise ship or yacht) to get there.
What documents do I need to bring with me when I enter St. Lucia?
Canada and U.S. citizens travelling will find answers to these and other similar questions in the Travellers Essentials (Entry Requirements) section of this web site. Non-Commonwealth citizens may need a visa to enter St. Lucia. Contact the nearest St. Lucia Consulate or Immigration department to determine whether or not you'll need a visa.
I'd like to know more about accommodation in St. Lucia. How may I find out more information?
To search the list of St. Lucia hotels on this web site, simply go to the Discover St. Lucia section and select "Where to Stay" from the main category menu. Select the desired town or a region name from the side menu and select the name of a hotel from the list of sub-types.
I'd like to rent a yacht in St. Lucia. How would I go about doing that?
Visit the Discover St. Lucia section and select "Water Activities from the main category menu. You'll find information on yacht charters in the listing.