When you think of the Caribbean, what comes to mind? White sand beaches, crystal clear water, and palm trees swaying in the breeze? While all of those things are certainly a big part of what makes the Caribbean so special, there is much more to this region than meets the eye. Today we're going to take a look at 10 surprising facts about St. Lucia that will have you eager to plan your next trip to St Lucia all inclusive resorts
Did you know that St. Lucia is home to the world's only drive-in volcano? The Soufriere Volcano last erupted in 1780 and today is a popular tourist destination. Visitors can drive right up to the crater for an up close and personal look at this amazing natural wonder!
If you're looking for a truly unique experience, consider taking a full day trou on one of the many all-inclusive resorts located on the island. Trous are traditional wooden boats that have been used by fishermen for centuries. Today, they've been outfitted with comfortable seating and shade so you can relax and enjoy the ride as you take in stunning views of the coastline. Gros Piton vs Petit piton: what's the difference? Greta, more popular with tourists and often climbed during rainy weather will be found 2461 ft higher than Pierre itself. This larger mountain offers an easier climb but lacks its cultural significance as a well-known landmark for those who live on Guadeloupe island in contrast to this popularity; however there is another side note about these two mountains that might surprise you! Though they seem similar in height at first glance , Grosse Pirote (or "Big Rock") sits prominently above sea level, while Ancienne Douane takes advantage of Commerce Bay below it rather than being as visible from a distance.
You'll need a sturdy pair of hiking shoes with good traction, at least 2 liters (or enough water), and some snacks like protein bars or sandwiches in case you get hungry while exploring the mountain tops! Make sure to bring plenty of sunscreen too; it's important not only because there can be strong sunshine but also due to humidity which makes matters worse on hot days without proper protection from skin damage.
The cost of a full day tour varies depending on the all-inclusive resort you stay at, but typically ranges from $100-$150 USD per person. This price includes transportation to and from your all-inclusive resort in St. Lucia, as well as lunch and drinks for everyone on board.