Saint Lucia: Well worth crossing an ocean for!. 13/12/2017
Sighting land after several weeks at sea is a special moment for ARC sailors, “St Lucia looms large now, rolling hills of velvet dotted with picturesque white colonial houses fringed with palm trees.” Wrote the crew of La Cigale as they approached Rodney Bay. Once ashore, and the initial celebrations, reunions, and boat jobs are done, there’s so much of the island to explore. It can be easy to think that the Caribbean is all about lying on the beach, but if that’s all you do in Saint Lucia you’re missing out. The rainforest-choked interior is made for hiking; a canopy of green covers the island like a haze. Rolling hills grow to form volcanic mountains and reach to the sky. The iconic Pitons rise from the waves to the clouds like pyramids of volcanic stone. Your senses are... Click here for more info..