Fully vaccinated visitors can now book hire cars, dine at more local restaurants, and take part in additional activities such as beach hopping, all while observing existing on-island protocols.
As international travel is looking possible beyond May 17th from the UK, Saint Lucia has launched a new programme to help tourists make the most out of their visit.
The Saint Lucia Tourism Authority is launching a new series of virtual global roadshows for the travel trade in readiness for the easing of travel restrictions later this year.
People across the world are encouraged to add the hashtag #SheisSaintLucia to name, honour and celebrate the women in their lives and communities who inspire them.
All arrivals to Saint Lucia must have proof of a negative Covid-19 PCR test taken no more than five days before arrival. The new rule will be effective from February 10th.
While the festive season may look very different in 2020, Saint Lucia is keeping its Christmas traditions alive with a special celebration of its distinctive and rich customs.
The prominence of Saint Lucia as a romantic haven has been confirmed, with the Caribbean island recognised with the title of World’s Leading Honeymoon Destination and the World Travel Awards.
The levy, of up to $6 per night, will be introduced from December 1st and is designed to allow the island to increase its marketing budget and support tourism development.
The new film aims to inspire more visitors as it showcases the destination as the ideal getaway for winter sunshine. St Lucia has been commended as one of the safest places in the world to visit
As Saint Lucia continues to welcome back tourists, new experiences and excursions are to be reopened in time for the winter sun holiday season.
Saint Lucia will proceed with with caution in a phased re-opening programme. The news comes as the as the summer season draws to an end on the Caribbean island, and attention shifts to winter sun long-haul destinations.
As the first UK commercial flight successfully returned to Saint Lucia earlier this week, a new survey among travel agents reveals the latest hopes and fears of holidaymakers from around the world.