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Our Journey, Our Future!

More than sun, sand and sea, Saint Lucia is an awe-inspiring Caribbean island paradise. The island is in
cultural heritage prowess, beaming with pride in the legendary sons and daughters who are proud to
call her home, and an excellent example of natural beauty throughout her 238 square miles. A country
with a legendary past; changing fourteen times with seven battles won by the French who left behind
many artifacts and town names as a claim to its presence, and seven times British who were ultimately
victorious. Saint Lucia is home to approximately 179, 353 residents and the birth place of Nobel
Laureates Sir Arthur Lewis (Economics) and Sir Derek Walcott (Literature).

Castries

Castries
The city is a modernised version of itself, after a fire consumed it decades ago. True to form, the resilient island forged forward and rose like the phoenix in the ashes of the most destructive fire to date. The city is home to the Caribbean’s deepest natural harbour, welcoming thousands of vessels yearly, including mega yachts. The main arm of the government can also be found in Castries, with most businesses establishing its main branch in the centre. Unique to Saint Lucia, its award-winning market which was listed in the National Geographic Explorer.

Dennery

Dennery
A quaint fishing village, Dennery comes alive on a Saturday night with its infamous Fish Fry. Both visitors and residents can sink their teeth into the catch of the day and cool down with local beverages known in these parts. Dennery is a small village with close family times. A rural village with traditional effects which makes it as authentic Saint Lucian as it gets. A great place to get close to the sea and take in some fishing.

Vieux Fort

Vieux Fort
Once the capital of the country, Vieux Fort in the southernmost peak of the island is the perfect balance of an active business town and a restful countryside space. With many tertiary level schools, corporate officers, a vibrant marketplace and the island’s solitary international airport, Vieux Fort is the second most traversed town in Saint Lucia. This integral hub is a hotbed for new business prospects with more businesses seeking extensions in the south to advance their productivity.

Gros Islet

Gros Islet
Dubbed the city that never sleeps, Gros Islet is the second largest town and includes Rodney Bay, where many hotels, the IGY Marina and the liveliest night spots can be found. The village which started off as a humble fishing village, now hosts the largest weekly street party in the Caribbean. The vendors who are from the area serve up fresh fish, meats and drinks to the enthused guests who spilled into the streets from dusk till early morning. Renditions of world music fill the air as locals and tourist alike, enjoy the freeing nature of the open air ‘mini concert’ effect.

Anse La Raye

Anse La Raye
Another fishing village, the town borders Canaries and is usually quiet during the week as most residents fish or work outside the village. On Friday nights, much like in Gros Islet, Anse La Raye transforms to a bustling space. The beach is lined with vendors selling every time of seafood and local fare; cray fish, crabs, fish, octopus and their famous grilled lobster. The electrifying atmosphere draws in a large crowd who dance (some barefooted), to the entertainment of the night.

Laborie

Laborie
A quiet village with a rich cultural vibe heavily influenced by the traditional way of life and keeps these traditions alive through its community based street festivals like the Festen Labowi. Close in proximity to the vibrant town of Vieux Fort, Laborie has birthed exemplary citizens like Dame Pearlette Louisy, an Educator and the Governor General of Saint Lucia for twenty years.

Soufriere

Soufriere
Home to many international treasures including the UNESCO World Heritage Pitons (Gros Piton), the Diamond Waterfalls, the World’s only drive through volcano the Sulphur Springs and Minerals Baths which Napoleon was famous for using as a rejuvenating reservoir for his trips after a battle. Soufriere is set in time, perfect and still, on the backdrop of lush flora and vibrant fauna. By sea, the town boasts world renown dive spots which has been conquered by many seasoned and novice divers alike.  

Canaries

Canaries
A farming community, Canaries is best known for warm and friendly people and its oh-so-delicious cassava bread. While driving alongside the west coast to the south of the island, it is always a special treat to stop off at the cassava corner for a sweet or savoury morsel freshly made daily.

Choiseul

Choiseul
Known as the craft basket of Saint Lucia and home to the other UNESCO World Renown Heritage Piton (Petit Piton), Choiseul is vast and heavily populated town. Inhabitants usually farm, fish and are skilled craftsmen, producing spectacular baskets made from straw, imaginative clay pottery and incredulous wood carvings. A tranquil and close knot community, the village is a warm and friendly countryside haven.

Micoud

Micoud
Famously named after Baron de Micoud, the Governor of Saint Lucia in the early 18th century, Micoud is a vast and tranquil community. Best known for excellent arable land, the town's residents are avid farmers with the majority of persons who work outside the agricultural sector, maintaining a full farm