Valid passports are required by all nationals for entry into St Lucia except for..Travel Health
Recommended vaccinations for travel to St Lucia are Hepatitis A and Tetanus. Depending on..Local Currency
The currency for St Lucia is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (EC$). Notes are in..Weather
Throughout most of the year St Lucia experiences a hot, tropical climate tempered by..Local Customs
The people of St Lucia are warm, friendly and hospitable. They like to encourage visitors..Languages
English is the official Language in St Lucia, however islanders often speak a..Transport Options
The main airports in St Luia are the George F L Charles (SLU) which is 3km from Castries..Travel Tips
Within local communities violent crime is a problem that sometimes affects tourists. It..Local Food
The food in St Lucia is a combination of West Indian, French and Creole influences. The..Local Timezones
St. Lucia Standard Time is 4 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (UTC-4). The country does..Dutyfree Limits
The following items may be imported into St Lucia without incurring customs duty: 200..
Valid passports are required by all nationals for entry into St Lucia except for nationals of Canada and the USA who must only have valid proof of identity and hold return or onward tickets. However, US citizens should be aware of their requirement to have a passport to enter or re-enter the US once they have left.
Visas are not required for entry into St Lucia for stays of up to six weeks for citizens of many countries including Britain, Ireland, Canada, USA, EU and New Zealand. Nationals of Australia do require a visa (which can be purchased on arrival) to enter St Lucia unless they are continuing their journey to next destination by the same aircraft without leaving the airport. A return or onward ticket and proof of adequate means of support are required by all nationals entering St Lucia.
Please be aware that it is illegal to wear camouflage clothing or carry bags made from camouflage material in St Lucia unless you are a member of the military. Any such clothing or bags will be confiscated on arrival.
There is a Departure Tax of XCD54 (East Caribbean Dollar) for all non-residents (XCD35 for residents). This is usually included in the price of the airline ticket but its wise to check this with the airline.
As entry requirements may change from time to time it is strongly advised that you check with the department of foreign affairs or your local consulate or embassy for the current requirements.
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We strongly advise that all Australian travellers check the latest travel advice on the Australian Government Smart Traveller site.
Glowing with ebony sands that reflect its volcanic origins, Anse Chastanet is backed by rolling green hills and lined..Anse de Sables Information
One of the island’s most popular places for windsurfing, thanks to constant on-shore trade winds, this white-sand..Marigot Bay Information
Instantly recognizable from its starring role in the movie musical “Doctor Dolittle,” this secluded bay is a..Reduit Beach Information
St. Lucia’s most popular beach, this long stretch of golden sand is adjacent to Rodney Bay and within walking..INDEX OF ALL LOCATIONS