Saint Lucia Nature & Tranquility Spiced With On-Call Luxury
Cascading waterfalls, lush rain forest, ancient shipwrecks, and honey-colored beaches. With its dominating views of the UNESCO World Heritage- listed Piton mountains, St. Lucia reigns as the Caribbean's drama queen.
What to do
Scuba dive among the reefs near the Pitons, take a mud bath in Soufriere. Watch the sun go down on Reduit Beach. Take a helicopter tour of the picturesque west coast. Join in the fun at a local festival.
Where to charter
You'll arrive at Rodney Bay where your yacht will greet you for the beginning of travels through unspoiled area. Go ashore and experience the lively clubs and music. If you are continuing on to St. Vincent and Grenadines this will be your chance to party ashore as the other islands are a bit off the beaten path.
Where to stay (landlubbers)
Winner of the Travel + Leisure “World’s Best Award” and ranked among the Caribbean’s top resorts by Condé Nast Traveler, Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort (formerly The Jalousie Plantation) has a legion of loyal fans. And rightly so, for its lush rainforest setting, shimmering white sands and emerald gardens, not to mention its views of the World Heritage–listed Pitons. Spread across some 100 acres, the resort exudes a timeless colonial charm, with four-poster beds, claw-foot baths and butler service in its luxurious accommodations; villas feature private patios and plunge pools. Watersports are plentiful, and the spa is otherworldly.
Apply your Virtuoso $100 credit toward an island-inspired, lava shell massage in the Rainforest Spa. From $350 per room per night.
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