Discover St. Lucia
A Haven of Natural Beauty in the Caribbean Embark on an adventure to the tropical paradise of St. Lucia, nestled in the eastern Caribbean Sea. With its lush rainforest, iconic twin peaks known as the Pitons, and enchanting beaches, this volcanic island is a nature lovers’ dream. As a member of the Commonwealth and CARICOM, St. Lucia boasts seamless air connectivity to Europe and North America, making it the perfect destination for a tropical escape.
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The country that is St. Lucia attracts foreign business and investment, particularly in the international tourism and banking sectors.
English, French Creole
Eastern Caribbean dollar
An Introduction to St. Lucia
St. Lucia is an independent Commonwealth nation granted freedom from the UK on February 22, 1979. The day is which is observed each year as an official holiday. The nation’s history is influenced by the indigenous Carib inhabitants, Africans, the British and the French.
It is among the Windward Islands and is more mountainous than other Caribbean islands. The top of the mountain is located at Mount Gimie at 950 m above sea level. The island’s most well-known landmarks are two additional mountains, the Pitons and the Pitons. Its natural splendor has made it a sought-after tourist destination, offering tourist attractions like the rain forest and national parks as well as botanical gardens and a world heritage site, beautiful Caribbean beaches, and even the drive-in volcano. English is the most commonly spoken language in St. Lucia; however, the locals also use French Creole.
St. Lucia is a member of the UN, CARICOM, OECS, CARICOM, OECS and the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union. The currency used in the country’s regional currency (Eastern Caribbean dollar, also known as XCD) has been pegged against the USA dollar at an exchange ratio of 2.70 since 1976.
The country is popular with foreign investment and business, especially in its tourism and banking industries. Tourism is St. Lucia’s most important source of employment and foreign exchange earnings and income, which accounts for 65% of the jobs and income and the majority of its GDP. Its manufacturing industry is among the most diverse in that Eastern Caribbean area. Plants like bananas, mangos and avocados are grown for export.