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.
Barefoot Holidays launches “Flavors of St. Lucia” culinary tour. When I’m on a Caribbean cruise, I’m always looking for something new and fun to do on the islands. If a port tour has anything to do with food or local drinks, you can usually count me in. The problem
Each year, during the month of May, the picturesque island of Saint Lucia transforms into a vast festive stage for music lovers. Cited as one of the world’s best – the Saint Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival – attracts thousands with a lineup of stellar artistes who fuse famed musical talent and
“See, Smell and Taste the Flavors of the Island” Barefoot Holidays is thrilled to announce the launch of its newest signature excursion, “Essence of St. Lucia”. This is an enlightening and refreshing tour which takes you on a unique journey of exploration into how life was lived in days gone
Islandwide there is a sense of national pride as St. Lucians prepare to celebrate our nation’s 36th independence on 22 February. During this time, the island’s elegant national flag is flown at every street corner. Cultural tradition is re-enacted as students prepare for the annual
Saint Lucia's National Day is celebrated on December 13th annually and as we celebrate this day we would like to share som einformation about our national symbols: The Flag The cerulean blue in the flag represents fidelity. It also reflects our tropical sky and our surrounding waters, the