Tourism in Saint Lucia

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The valley between the two twin peaks, Petit Piton and Gros Piton, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Saint Lucia, an island in the Caribbean islands, has a relatively large and lucrative tourism industry. Due to the relatively small land area of the country, most of the governmental promoting is performed by the state operated Saint Lucia Tourism Authority, led by Executive Chairperson Agnes Francis.

Tourism industry[edit]

Petit Piton, seen from the Ladera Hotel restaurant.
Toraille Waterfall is a popular attraction.

Saint Lucia tends to be popular due to its tropical weather and scenery and for its large number of beaches and resorts.

Other attractions[edit]

Although cruises and beaches are what draws most tourists to Saint Lucia, other attractions include:

Cities[edit]

View of the capital city of Castries

Main districts that tourists are drawn to include:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Soufrière Travel Guide". Retrieved 2007-05-19. 

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