Like most Caribbean destinations, the best time to book flights to St. Lucia is during winters (December to March). So those planning to visit during the peak winter months will pay the highest rates. Travelers looking for cheap flights to St. Lucia should visit during the late spring months between May and June. During this season, not only the weather is wonderful but also you get to enjoy enviable room rates at the best hotels.
St. Lucia is served by Hewanorra International Airport, and George F. L. Charles Airport. Both the airports are operated by Saint Lucia Air and Seaports Authority. Airlines like Air Canada, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Air France, and Caribbean Airlines operates St. Lucia flights to destinations including Toronto , Miami, Port of Spain , and more.Places of Interest in St. Lucia
Saint Lucia is a British Commonwealth country, an island in the Caribbean, off the coast of Central America. Adorned with the twin volcanic peaks of the Pitonsthat soar high above the ocean floor, St. Lucia is the queen of the Caribbean featuring crescent shaped beaches, towering mountains, dense rain forests, fertile valleys, small fishing villages, waterfalls and geothermal attractions.Marigot Bay
This amazingharbour was used as the set for 1967 film adaptation of Hugh Lofting’s Doctor Dolittle books. Once used as a natural harbor for hiding pirate ships, Marigot Bay is a perfect Caribbean locale, lined with swaying palm trees, anchored yachts, cafe-au-lait colored sand and having spectacular mountain backdrop.Marigot Bay isa delightful spot for a picnic, and is described by the American novelist James A. Michener as "The most beautiful bay in the Caribbean."Pigeon Island National Park
Pigeon Island National Park is one of St. Lucia's most important historic attractions. Marked trails help visitors to explore the ruins of Fort Rodney, built here by the British in the 18th century. The park also features ruins of the military buildings used during battles between the French and theEnglish, interpretation center- giving a peek into the island's fascinating history, a small restaurant, and two white sandy beaches.Rodney Bay
Set on a man-made lagoon, the Rodney Baywith its picturesque crescent-shaped beach has become a chic center for nightlife, hotels, and restaurants. It a lovely place for an evening stroll and its marina is considered to be one of the top water sport centers in the Caribbean.