The Caribbean island of St. Lucia is the perfect holiday destination and it's considered the best Caribbean island to invest in.
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It’s heaven for chocolate lovers. Hotel Chocolat, Britain’s poshest chocolatier, sources cocoa from its own plantation on the island, the Rabot Estate near Soufriere.The Telegraph
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Known as the "Helen of the West Indies," St. Lucia is one of the Caribbean's most beautiful destinations and a wonderful place to live. The island, with its fine natural harbour at Castries, is a volcanic and mountainous island with fertile valleys. It is located between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean.
The island covers 616 km2. It has 158km of coastline, boasting beautiful sandy beaches. The climate is tropical, the dry season is from January to April, and the rainy season from May to August. Among the natural resources of St Lucia, you can find forests, sandy beaches, minerals (pumice) and mineral springs.
What sets St. Lucia apart is that it ticks every single box. It's ideal for relaxing on the beach, exploring or sightseeing, as well as for enjoying vibrant or quiet nights out. The island has amazing beaches to explore, with golden-white sand in the north and dark-volcanic towards the south.
The island offers a wide range of activities, including trekking through the rainforest while admire the waterfalls, helicopter tours, visiting Maria Island - St. Lucia's hidden gem - and speeding over it on a zip-line, driving into a volcano, horseback riding and even climbing to the top of the Pitons.