France and England fought to reign over the island for nearly 200 years. While British customs and traditions prevail, there is a decidedly French influence that permeates this paradise-in the local accent and refined cuisine. But it's the love of romance that is most remarkable. It's found in the fiery passions of its ancient volcano, the serene abundance of its rainforest and the rhapsodic charm of Marigot Bay. Even the twin peaks of Les Pitons, the island's iconic landmark, pair off as beautifully as two people in love.
With our exclusive Play at 3 Program. Your dining options expand to 27 restaurants. You can extend your diving experiences to exotic underwater playgrounds at two additional resorts. Enjoy the vibrant entertainment that's ever-changing from night to night at all three resorts.
ROUND-TRIP TRANSPORTATION IS INCLUDED BETWEEN RESORTS.
Gaze at the world famous peaks of Gros Piton and Petit Piton. These majestic cones offer a glimpse into the volcanic origins of Saint Lucia, a tantalizing taste of the dynamic forces that formed this beautiful island and that animate her still to this day. Hints of Saint Lucia's fiery nature can be found in the exotic dark sand that covers some of Saint Lucia's many alluring beaches and in the warm sulfur springs that bubble up
1,800 feet above sea level awaits a true tropical rainforest—19,000 acres filled with vivid flowering vines, luxuriant greenery, approximately 30 species of birds, and a whole menagerie of spectacular fauna. And, with 29 miles of trails running through this cornucopia of natural wonders, you can completely immerse yourself in the very soul of this remarkable environment. Indulge in one of the guided tours of the rainforest and treat yourself to an experience you will treasure forever.
That must be why Saint Lucia is renowned as one of the top sites for whale watching in the entire world.
Every year over 20 species of whales are sighted from this island's pristine shores. From humpback, pilot and sperm whales to spinning and spotted dolphins, you too can observe these colossal mammals as they cavort and frolic in their natural habitat, drawn, just as we are, by the almost mystical call of Saint Lucia.