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Why should I reserve my vacation through you?

We offer specialized service can help you with planning your dream vacation. We also have a local office that can help you once you are on island.


How can I make a reservation?

You can book online or call 1-800-263-4202.


Do you offer all inclusive options?

We are not an all inclusive resort. Our villas are self catered.


What is the best airport to fly into?

St. Lucia is a small island and you can arrive at any of the two airports we have (either UVF or SLU). What is most important for you is to take the schedule that suits you best without considering a specific airport, as at the end of the day it can just be a longer taxi ride. It is not worth to come to a specific airport if you need to do an extra connection. Please note that most of the international flights land at UVF Hewanorra Airport.


Can you pre-stock our villa/yacht for us?

Yes, we can. Find the request form here.


Can I drink tap water?

We recommend drinking bottled water as the tap water mainly comes from rain reserves.


Can you help me with taxi transfers and car rental?

We can reserve an airport pickup/dropoff for you and book a car rental for your stay.


Which side of the road do you drive?

We drive on left side.


How is the weather like in St. Lucia?

The average temperature on St. Lucia ranges from 70 degrees Fahrenheit to the upper 90s. December through January are generally the coolest months with the temperatures being in the mid 70s to mid 80s in degrees Fahrenheit. The summer months of June through August are the hottest on St. Lucia where temperatures in the mid to upper 90s Fahrenheit are not uncommon. There is, however, a rainy season that generally falls between June and November. During this season, you should be prepared for heavy, but sporadic showers that come on quickly. Do not worry about traveling during the rainy season as the showers may come about rapidly, but blue skies are quick to follow.


What is the electricity power in the villa?

We are on 220v with 3 prong plugs outlets. We have adapters available. If you wish to bring your own adapter you will need the type G.


Should I get local currency prior to my arrival?

We recommend getting local currency at the airport in St. Lucia when you arrive or at any bank in St. Lucia. EC dollar (US $1 = EC $2.60). All places and vendors will also accept USD, but your exchange rate will be better by going to a bank first and using local currency for payments.


Do you provide beach towels?

Bath and beach towels are provided for your stay.


What is the norm for tipping on the island?

As always, the quality of service should determine how you tip. We suggest a tip of around 10-15% as a good guideline.


Do I need a passport to travel to St. Lucia?

Foreign nationals visiting or entering Saint Lucia are required to have a valid passport from their country. Passports should be valid for 6 months upon entering Saint Lucia. Visas are not required where the visitor is a US, UK or Canadian citizen or where there is an agreement for exemption between home country and Saint Lucia. Some countries do require visas (see www.govt.lc/faqs for list).


What is the time zone in St. Lucia?

Eastern Caribbean Time Zone UTC-04:00


What is the official language spoken?

English is the official language, but locals speak a French Creole called Patois.


In case of emergency what are the hospitals on island?

For guest staying near Marigot Bay Tapion Hospital +1 758-459-2000
For guest staying near Soufriere St. Jude’s Hospital Vieux Fort +1 758-454-6041


Will my cell work on the island?

Best to verify with your service provider. Our local providers are Digicel and FLOW, but nowadays any major service provider will have an international package for roaming in St. Lucia.


Is there a departure tax at the airport?

Departure tax is included in the price of the ticket for all passengers over 12 years old leaving the island via air travel.


What is the custom regulation?

The duty free allowance for arriving passengers is 200 cigarettes or a half pound of tobacco or 50 cigars; 40 fluid ounces of wines or spirits.