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Hiking in Saint Lucia

Discover the stunning scenery and breathtaking beaches of Saint Lucia on foot!

Situated on the eastern end of the Caribbean Sea, Saint Lucia is a veritable paradise for hikers. Boasting thick rainforests and a mountainous interior, there are plenty of trails to blaze and paths to explore! Compare and book a certified guide for your trip on Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our selection of Hiking trips in Saint Lucia. The mountains are calling!

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There are many reasons for choosing Hiking in Saint Lucia

Boasting pristine whitesand beaches, rugged volcanic mountains and verdant tropical rainforests, Saint Lucia is chock-full of incredible scenery to experience. Heading out on foot is a great way to get into the heart of the island and see its natural wonders for yourself.


Good to know:

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Best time to visit:

December to June


East Caribbean dollar (XCD)


English, Saint Lucian Creole, French

How to get there:

Any trip to Saint Lucia begins with a flight into Hewanorra International Airport (UVF). Most guides will opt to meet you here or at your hotel, which can easily be reached by taxi or shuttle

What’s the weather like?

Saint Lucia enjoys average daily temperatures between 26 ºC and 28 ºC (79 ºF to 82 ºF) throughout the year. Rain is less common but not infrequent outside of the hurricane season, with an average of 75 millimeters to 125 millimeters (3 to 4.9 inches) falling each month

More info about Hiking in Saint Lucia:

Covering just 617 square kilometers (238 square miles), Saint Lucia is one of the smallest countries on earth. However, its rugged terrain makes it the ideal hiking destination. Away from the aforementioned Gros and Petit Piton volcanic peaks, there are plenty of other great destinations as well. Among the most popular is climbing to the summit of Mount Gimie. Rising to 950 meters (3,120 feet) in elevation, it is the highest point in Saint Lucia and boasts panoramic views of the eastern end of the island. Away from hiking up massive mountain peaks, heading on walks through the rainforest are also popular. The Edmund Forest Reserve, in the center of the island, is among the most popular and provides hikers with the chance to see some of the country’s popular plant and animal species. Saint Lucia is not an LGBTQ-friendly country

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