Saint Lucia Launches Winter Sun Season With New Campaign
The Saint Lucia Tourism Authority has released a second video in the ‘She is Saint Lucia…Let Her Inspire You’ series. Canadian visitors must present a negative COVID-19 test prior to their travels, and are not required to quarantine upon arrival.
The video highlights a range of experiences currently available to visitors. As part of the phased reopening of tourism, new attractions and activities such as the mud baths at the Sulphur Springs, horseback riding and diving are now open to guests. Other experiences include, visiting the Diamond Waterfalls & Botanical Gardens, ziplining in the rainforest, hiking the Gros Piton Trail, and more.
“We have been heartened and humbled with the positive response to reopening our borders again to visitors. To date, we have welcomed more than 6,000 holidaymakers, who have been kept safe and had a wonderful time. Our first video had a message of reassurance. Now it’s time to build on that and inspire travelers by reminding them of the unique experiences that our beautiful island has to offer once more. We continue to diligently work to support our local citizens and our tourism partners and look forward to the season ahead,” said Dominic Fedee, Honorable Minister of Tourism.
The Covid-certified experiences that can be enjoyed in Saint Lucia are:
- Atlantic Shores Riding Stables
- Balenbouche Estate *Reopening date to be announced
- Diamond Waterfalls & Botanical Gardens
- Gros Piton Trail
- Pigeon Island National Landmark
- Rainforest Adventures - ziplining
- Sulphur Springs – mud baths and hot springs
- Toraille Falls *Reopening December 2020
- Water-based activities including boat hire
Saint Lucia currently has the lowest rates of Covid-19 in the Caribbean, with no active cases.
More information about Saint Lucia’s COVID-19 response can be found here.