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St Lucia is rightly considered "one of the five places to see in life," as Oprah Winfrey put it. St. Lucia offers the most breathtaking scenery of any Caribbean island, and its volcanic mountains offer a refreshing climb. Saint Lucia offers everything for travelers looking for the best of both worlds: beautiful beaches, good food and good shopping. Shopping in St Lucia was my own adventure, but I could find something wonderful to remind me of my journey.

This unique ceramic is easy to find in St. Lucia and will make a nice addition to your home. Whether paintings, prints, sculptures or even jewellery, paintings and prints are among the best artifacts you can buy in St. Lucia.

Art galleries must be mentioned as they sell some of the best artworks in St. Lucia, as well as a host of other items. If you are looking for a unique piece of art for your home or a special gift for a friend or family member, you can see art at the Art Gallery of Saint Lucia and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Abstract sculptures are on display in this art gallery, as are paintings, prints, sculptures, jewelry and other works of art.

If you have children, I would also recommend visiting the Splash Island Water Park, located on the south side of St. Lucia, just a short walk from the beach of the aforementioned Pigeon Island National Park. Among the most popular beaches in Saint Lucia are the beaches on the above mentioned - those of the island of Pigon and the National Park, as well as the popular beach in the city of Port-au-Prince. You can also enjoy the view from a variety of other beaches, such as Port of Spain and Port au Prince, and even from the island itself.

From the north of the island, I would recommend Lushan's rural life, which offers an insight into the culture and heritage of St. Lucia. Below is a picture of me stopping to take a photo of Castries, the capital of St. Lucia, while I was driving from Port-au-Prince to the city of Port-au-Prince. I had the driver brake to take a closer look at the historic and picturesque government building in Saint Lucia. Although historic, picturesque and appropriate to its time, it is still open to the public and worth a look.

There are a host of festivals and events for VIPs in 2019, including the Jazz at Lincoln Center program in May. There are six festivals a year - all year round, complemented by the annual St. Lucia Art Festival in Port-au-Prince. Pigeon Island, a national landmark, also houses one of the largest art galleries in the world, the Saint Lucia Museum.

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Once you arrive in Saint Lucia, you can use our airport shuttle service, including the trip to St. Lucia that will accompany you throughout the week. British Airways flies Virgin Atlantic daily from London Gatwick Airport or checks in flights to the United States from SaintLucia.

Saint Lucia celebrates Chocolate Heritage Month in August, and many of the island's cocoa farms and resorts offer special packages and excursions to attract chocolate lovers. Note: The best time to visit Saint Lucia is between November and April during the dry season. There are no large temperature fluctuations, so this may be the most convenient time to travel in October. Although there is much to see and do in SaintLucia, if your trip is going into October, you can drop off other months of the year. This is one of our more expensive times to visit Saint Lucianas, but there are also some good deals for those who want to visit it in November.

The Saint Lucia Tourist Board promotes tourist-oriented events, including jazz festivals with international and local talent. The reputation of the famous jazz festival of the island has developed over the years by incorporating a variety of musical styles such as blues, jazz, reggae, hip-hop, soul, funk and more.

The Saint Lucia Jazz Festival 2020, organized in collaboration with Jazz Lincoln Center, will showcase some of the best names in modern jazz in the world's most prestigious jazz clubs, including New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, New Orleans, San Francisco, London, Paris, Miami and more.

Born on the island of Dominica, Toulon received his artistic training in France before moving to Saint Lucia, where he has lived for almost two decades. The scenes in the rainforest and on the plantations are best captured by the artist, who is from Guyana, but Jallim is in St. Lucia, where he is working on his next masterpiece. Another international artist inspired by the art of Saint Lucian, Jean-Pierre Toussaint-Lefebvre, can be found at the Anse Chastanet Resort in Soufriere. Many of the resorts on this island can also offer art for sale and must stop by on your tour of St Lucia.

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