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Getting around the sunny isle of St. Lucia can be a breeze

Blowing in the Wind

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Whether they're exploring St. Lucia’s dazzling coastlines, scenic volcanic peaks, secluded mountain coves, or historical plantations, travelers to St. Lucia have a convenient array of transportation choices.

Visitors can take advantage of the multitude of on-island travel options, beginning with taxis. Procuring a cab ride anywhere on this Windward island is easy. Simply hail a cab, decide on a fare with the driver, and then enjoy the ride, which can be negotiated as a full-island tour for a little extra.

As travelers grow a little bolder, they can opt to catch a ride on one of the island’s privately-run bus services and head for various shopping locales, such as Castries market, Pointe Seraphine, and La Place Carenage.

Finally, having worked their way up to full-blown adventure-seeker status, visitors can enjoy St. Lucia's charm on their own – with a rented car or motorcycle. Four-wheel drive and a temporary license are all travelers need to experience the best of St. Lucia: small coastal villages, deep valleys sheltering lush coconut and banana plantations, inviting beaches, and mountainous jungle.

Bicyclists can brave the terrain as they take a tour or guide themselves through St. Lucia's mountainous jungles. Sea lovers can spend some time in a ferry traveling from island to island in the southern Caribbean. Island hoppers will find that convenient one-way and roundtrip ferry service is readily available.

For a unique sightseeing experience or a quick way to cross the island, hop on a St. Lucia Helicopter. Tours make great outings, while cross-island travel makes transit between the airports a breeze.

No matter how you choose to get around, exploring St. Lucia is fun and easy.



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