About Barefoot Holidays Barefoot Holidays St Lucia is an award-winning full-service Destination Management Company offering a multitude of exciting things to do in St Lucia. In operation for over 30 years and continue to set the standard for excellent customer service and delivery to our distinguished clientele who visit St Lucia and the Caribbean. We continue to craft the perfect experiences for our existing clients and always look forward to planning things with new clients. We welcome them to the ‘Barefoot Holidays St Lucia’ Family. All things considered, there
Barefoot Holidays, located at Greenwood Terrace Garden, boast the ‘Flavors of St. Lucia’ experience. A visit to St. Lucia can be enhanced by exploring the island’s creole cuisine through a specially designed cooking experience. Learn how over the years, St. Lucians combined and blended a fascinating number of herbs, vegetables and fruits into an array of cooked foods that must be tasted to be believed! Join in the preparation of the various local dishes. Try your hand (if you wish) under the guidance of our expert island
Barefoot Holidays, located at Greenwood Terrace Garden, offers an authentic St. Lucian experience blending the past and present. Come, See, Taste and Smell the Essence of St. Lucia! At Greenwood Terrace, stroll through the pristine gardens. Here you will learn about a multitude of tropical fruits, trees and flowering plants; all conveyed by your knowledgeable guide. See a ‘Traditional Medicinal Herb Garden’ and learn how our forefathers used these herbs for healing and maintaining good health. Travel back in time as you view the
If you come to St. Lucia in the summer time, you simply cannot miss the Greatest Party on the Island. ‘Carnival’. Carnival is the time where persons shed their inhibitions and the daily constraints of life, to indulge in the ultimate party. Whether you manage to ‘Jump’ in a Carnival band or not, there are a slew of activities leading up to the event, giving you plenty of options to enjoy that St. Lucian Carnival feeling. What is Carnival? Many persons know Carnival as the two day parade, where revelers
Go eat some Easter bun! Go to church! Fly a kite!Easter is a perfect time to vacation in the Caribbean. The March break crowds have gone, the beautiful dry season has begun, and the weather is simply gorgeous. The Easter weekend is celebrated with great fanfare, good food and good fun. Visitors can expect to marvel in the unconventional traditions of the islands. Many of the Easter customs stem from the region’s deep seated Christian beliefs and make for an interesting discovery.
St. Lucia is an Island nation with a unique story of both turmoil and perseverance. This year, the Island Marks its 40th anniversary of independence on February 22nd. Celebrating the transition from where it was to where it is presently.