From the pristine coasts to jaw-dropping landscapes and enticing culture, it is no surprise St. Lucia is a highly sought-after destination. Whether desiring to spend time by the beach, explore places, or engage in outdoor activities, vacationers have more than enough to stay busy.

Choosing where and what to see in two days might confuse many. Here is how travelers can get the most out of their 48 hours in this slice of heaven.

Where To Go And What To Do At St. Lucia - Day One

Standing as one of the captivating islands, it boasts several charming sites to visit, such as Marigot Bay. Whether traveling alone or with a loved one, this unique harbor promises everyone a fun-filled day. But how can sightseers utilize the limited time well and have the time of their life? Here are the top places and things to do on day one.


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Visit the alluring Pitons

A trip to St. Lucia isn't complete without touring one of the most fetching spots on the Island, the Pitons. The two majestic volcanic cones are selected as World Heritage sites. Nature lovers with some energy to spare can hike Gros Piton and take some insta-worthy selfies from the top. Petit Piton, on the other hand, is short and steep, meant for daring climbers only. Since getting to the top takes roughly four to six hours, mountaineers can be sure to drop a sweat. The breathtaking view from the top is worth it all.

Alternatively, tourists can enjoy the magnificent sight of this awe-inspiring shelter from a boat cruise to Piton Bay.

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Tour The Sulphur Springs

What better way to relax than to visit one of the dynamic geothermal zones, the Sulphur Springs. Prominent as the only drive-in volcano in the Caribbean, guests can learn how the Volcanic action created the Caribbean basin from the tour guides. Also, travelers get to de-stress in the refreshing springs. Taking a mud bath and relishing the panoramic backdrop of the Pitons is another perfect way to spend time here.

Tourists can wind up their day by interacting with the villagers at Zion Lion Farm. This sensational spot is an eco-reserve serving some of the Island's numerous savory treats. Besides understanding their enticing culinary history, food lovers are sure to leave the place with their bellies full and satisfied.

Where To Go And What To Do At St. Lucia - Day Two

After a tedious first day, vacationers can spend their last day in this utopia lazying by the beach and buying souvenirs, among other activities. Here are the most peaceful places and activities to keep busy and have a delightful day.

Visit The Stunning Rodney Bay

The remarkable Rodney Bay is effortlessly one of the most appealing Bays in St. Lucia. From enthralling resorts, eateries, and cute stores to lively nightlife, travelers will have a good time. Beach goers can lounge and absorb the awe-inspiring vista of Pigeon Island National Park just across the beach. On the other hand, thrill-seekers can participate in watersports such as snorkeling and water-skiing.

With diners around, travelers can enjoy the tasty local dishes. In addition, visiting the shops to buy some gifts for their loved ones is another way to pass the time in this breathtaking place.

Tour The Village Of Gros Islet

One of the best ways to understand a country's history and culture is by interacting with locals. Having boat rides out from Rodney Bay, travelers can sail to this lovely village. From fishing sharks to rum stores blazing the avenues, Gros Islet is the ideal spot for history buffs to comprehend the culture of this sanctuary.

Alternatively, sightseers can voyage to the enchanting Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens. It has three favored allurements: a glorious waterfall, a rejuvenating mineral hot spring, and incredible gardens. While here, guests can spot cocoa, red cedar trees, and orchids, among others. Educational exhibits on vegetables such as soursop and christophine can be seen here.

After a long, delightful day, guests can return to the exquisite Rodney Bay for an energetic night. From dancing the dark away with the Caribbean music to relishing savory meals from the street vendors, guests will leave this wonderland with unforgettable memories.


Most travelers don’t know where to spend their nights on their trip. However, St. Lucia has accommodation facilities that will make visitors feel at home. From adult-only elegant resorts such as the Calabash Cove, a perfect spot for lovers, to family-friendly hotels like Bay Gardens and Sugar Beach, holidaymakers are spoiled for choice. This heavenly refuge puffs many other hotels, villas, and resorts. Depending on one's preference, tourists can choose from basic to luxury.

  • Prices: From as low as AED113 /$41 per person per night

Whichever area vacationers decide to start from and spend their time, one thing is sure, a good time. Although two days may seem not enough to explore everything in this exquisite idyll, guests will leave this enchanting Island feeling rejuvenated, satisfied, and with striking memories.