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Caribbean | Windward Islands | St Lucia (Helen of the West Indies)




CHIARIBBEAN is my series about my travels and sailing in the Caribbean islands. I am traveling around the Caribbean Sea with a sailboat, called Britican. Subscribe to their YouTube channel:
In this episode we will sail to Saint Lucia, a tropical paradise island in the Caribbean Sea. This is also a new country for me, with wild nature and amazingly crazy beautiful palm trees and seaside. We are staying in Marigot Bay and I will discover all the surroundings. In the small villages I also meet some local Caribbean people, you will also hear a little bit of the local language Creole and in the end of the video you will see me climb up to the Gros Piton of Saint Lucia.





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Hidden Gems of Saint Lucia

For most of you, it doesn’t come as a surprise that Saint Lucia is consistently voted one of the best places to visit in the Caribbean. There's great weather, great beaches and great water. But what might surprise you is all of the things off the coast—art, history, even jungle adventures and an exploding food scene that you’re not gonna find in the brochures and guide books. So let me share with you some of my hidden gems of Saint Lucia.

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The final 4K footage of my drone flights in The Caribbean (Martinique, Puerto Rico, Anguilla, Dominica, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, British Virgin Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guadeloupe, Sint Maarten/Saint-Martin, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana); project finished & uploaded on 2019-06-16 by One Man Wolf Pack UltraHD Drone Footage.

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▶️ 8 Guadeloupe @ 26:56
▶️ 9 Sint Maarten/Saint-Martin @ 30:35
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Caribbean Islands Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Caribbean Islands.
Haiti is the starting point of this journey in the Caribbean. Since the time of Columbus, it has been the European idyll of paradise set amid a distant ocean. But beyond the dream is the fact that its original inhabitants were wiped out and replaced with African slaves. Now independent states have gradually emerged from the dark shadows of an inglorious past. They inhabit a tropical world, an exotic Caribbean island that consists of Haiti and the Dominican Republic.

The Arawak Indians named the island, Hayti, Land of Mountains, and later Columbus changed the name to Hispanola. Wonderful beaches and golden sand, tropical rainforests that reach almost to the sea and crystal clear turquoise water, a perfect place to relax in one of the most beautiful regions in the world.

Jamaica is another Caribbean paradise and its second largest city, Montego Bay, is the starting point for tourists from all over the world. Harmony Hall is the name of an immaculate manor house situated on a turn of the century plantation, and James Bond Beach was once the winter retreat of English author, Ian Fleming.

Kingston is the capital of Jamaica and the island's political, economic and cultural centre, a former pirate stronghold that is a lively mixture of joie de vivre and reggae.

Nassau is the capital of New Providence Island and is only one of more than 700 islands in the Bahaman archipelago. It is visited by huge cruise liners that can be seen from everywhere, as they overshadow the city's buildings. On each side of its tranquil streets, the city's pastel colored houses look like something from a confectioner's shop.

Next, Havana, the Caribbean metropolis, that for many years has become somewhat run down and neglected. But nowhere else are the cocktails mixed better!

Finally, Trinidad, where time seems most definitely to have stood still! Cuba and the Caribbean, a melting pot of colonial culture and an overgrown and abundant Garden of Eden.

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Tobago (travel-documentary from the season Caribbean Moments)

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The beauty of the nature of Tobago once inspired Daniel Defoe to let his famous castaway Robinson Crusoe land there. The island appeared to the hero as a planted Garden of Eden, and it is still impressive today. Main Rich Forest Reserve is the earliest preserved virgin rainforest in the western hemisphere (since 1776).

Arawak people were the first settlers on the island. Later the Caribs came from South America. The name Chistopher Columbus gave the island in 1498 was Bellaforma, later it became the name Tobago from Tobacco, which was growm on the island. Tobago was colonised by the British Empire. With the colonization different plants come to the island, such as cocoa and sugar cane. Plantations of these plants were driven with the labour force of slaves until the abolishment of slavery in 1833.

The island state Trinidad and Tobago belongs geographycally to South America, because of its nature. At the end of the last ice age melting glaciers caused the sea level to raise turning Trinidad and Tobago into islands.
Ian Flemming was inspired by the book Birds of the West Indies, written by the ornithologist james Bond, who made his research on Tobago and gave its name to the very famous protagonist of his romans: the British secret agent, Commander James Bond.

The documentation shows also the different fishing methods of the tobagonians. Some still fish in a very traditional manner by throwing the fishing nets into the sea and pull them back on the beach. The locals sell the fish at the market in Scarborough.

Liming ist the tobagonian art of doing nothing. People get together, drink and play cards. And of course music plays an important role on the village. Every Sunday is Sunday school, a huge street party featuring bands playing the steelpan.

Caribbean | Windward Islands | St Lucia (Helen of the West Indies)

St Lucia was the 5th port of call on the Southern Caribbean cruise aboard Carnival Glory.. The island's beauty has earned it the nickname Helen of the West Indies and I would consider this to be one of my favourite islands that we visited on our cruise.

The island is quite mountainous, owing to its volcanic features in particular the two peaks that rise from the sea- Gros Piton and Petit Piton (2,619ft and 2,461ft respectively).

St Lucia is still geologically active and boasts the world's only 'Drive-in' Volcano at La Soufriere, also known as the Sulphur Springs due to the multitude of thermal springs in the area- some are far to hot to bathe in, however nearby there is a bath house whereby the natural springs are at a more tolerable level, in addition you can also take a hot mud bath.

The beaches are not the usual crisp white sand you see in other Caribbean islands, but has more of a darker shade (black in places) due to the sand being based on volcanic rock.

To get around the can take quite some time despite its size as alot of the main roads circumnavigate the island, and to travel in land the roads are often quite steep and twisty due to the terrain. This can lead to some unexpected, spectacular views at times.

The island is mostly covered by a rich rain forrest, and due to the rainfall and fertile soil there is a large variety of plants and fruits that are grown on the island.

We did not book one of the Carnival excursions as the trips were too short and could not be combined to see what we wanted to see due to timings. Instead we booked a Scenic Tour of Sourfrier privately. On the day we had the advantage of having the entire minivan to ourselves as no-one else was booked on the tour, so in effect we had a 'private tour' as opposed to be herded round in large groups (of people I often find loud/annoying) as is normally the case on the cruise ship organised tours. Our driver 'Shan' was amazing and given the fact that we were the only people on the tour, also meant that we had individual tours at each of the destinations along with being able to spend more time in places to look around etc. He carried a cool box in the minivan which had complimentary refreshments for the day. While driving round Shan was fully of interesting insights relating to St Lucia and was happy to answer any questions. It all made for a very enjoyable day and to be honest I was sad to leave as I genuinely liked St Lucia as the people are warm and friendly and when walking around, you do not get harrassed by vendors as is normally the case with other Caribbean islands. It was a very relaxing place and definetly one I would return to for a longer stay.

During our time on St Lucia we were able to see:

- The Pitons (from a distance, as climbing them takes some experience)

- Toraille Waterfall (You can swim in the plunge pool - but the water is very cold!)

- Diamond Waterfall and Botanical Garden - Originally a sugar plantation, it has been transformed into a diverse botanical garden with fruits, nuts, flowers and trees from around the world growing here. There are independent tour guides who will take you on a tour of the garders our's (Alexander) was very knowledgeable and an interesting character! We had a lot of fun! There is also a natural spring bath here which is available for a small charge.

St Lucia has a mixture of French and British influences as it was fought for on many occasions in the past before finally becoming a British colony; though now independent since 22nd February 1979, it is still a member of the Commonwealth of Nations associated with the UK.

Napoleon Bonaparte's first wife, Josephine de Beauharnais was from St Lucia.

St. Lucia, Helen of the West Indies

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St. Lucia – The Caribbean’s Paradise

Saint Lucia (French: Sainte-Lucie) is a sovereign island country in the eastern Caribbean Sea on the boundary with the Atlantic Ocean. Part of the Lesser Antilles, it is located north/northeast of the island of Saint Vincent, northwest of Barbados and south of Martinique. It covers a land area of 617 km2 (238.23 sq. mi) and reported a population of 165,595 in the 2010 census. Saint Lucia was also known as the Helen of the West Indies and its capital is Castries.

On 22 February 1979, Saint Lucia became an independent state of the Commonwealth of Nations associated with the United Kingdom. Saint Lucia is a mixed jurisdiction, meaning that it has a legal system based in part on both the civil law and English common law. The Civil Code of St. Lucia of 1867 was based on the Quebec Civil Code of 1866, as supplemented by English common law-style legislation.

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The volcanic island of Saint Lucia is more mountainous than most Caribbean islands, with the highest point being Mount Gimie, at 950 metres (3,120 feet) above sea level. Two other mountains, the Pitons, form the island's most famous landmark. They are located between Soufrière and Choiseul on the western side of the island. Saint Lucia is also one of the few islands in the world that boasts a drive-in volcano.

Tourist attractions include a drive-in volcano, Sulphur Springs (in Soufrière), the Botanical Gardens, the Majestic twin Peaks The Pitons, a world heritage site, the rain forests, and Pigeon Island National Park, which is home to Fort Rodney, an old British military base. The majority of tourists visit Saint Lucia as part of a cruise. Most of their time tends to be spent in Castries, although Soufriere, Marigot Bay and Gros Islet are popular locations to visit.

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Saint Lucia is an island country in the eastern Caribbean Sea on the boundary with the Atlantic Ocean. Part of the Lesser Antilles, it is located north/northeast of the islands of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, northwest of Barbados and south of Martinique. It covers a land area of 620 km2 (238 sq mi) and has an estimated population of 160,000. Its capital is Castries. The island nation has been the home of two Nobel laureates, Arthur Lewis and Derek Walcott. It is the nation with the second most such honorees per capita after Faroe Islands.

One of the Windward Islands, it was named for Saint Lucy of Syracuse by the French, the first European colonizers. They signed a treaty with the native Carib peoples in 1660. Great Britain took control of the island from 1663 to 1667; in ensuing years, it was at war with France 14 times and rule of the island changed frequently (7 times French and British each). In 1814, the British took definitive control of the island. Because it switched so often between British and French control, Saint Lucia was also known as the Helen of the West Indies.

Saint Lucia has a legal system based on British common law. The judiciary is independent and conducts generally fair public trials. The financial sector has weathered the global financial crisis, but the recession has hurt tourism.

Representative government came about in 1924 (with universal adult suffrage from 1953). From 1958 to 1962 the island was a member of the Federation of the West Indies. Finally, on February 22, 1979, Saint Lucia became an independent state of the Commonwealth of Nations. The island nation celebrates this every year with a public holiday. It is also a member of La Francophonie. ( source Wikipedia )

Bucket List Cruise: 9 Caribbean Islands In 10 Days

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We visited nine islands in the Caribbean during a ten day cruise, and it was amazing! If your idea of the perfect vacation involves spending time at some of the world's best beaches, and getting spoiled by the great service on a top-rated cruise line, this West Indies Explorer itinerary with Viking Ocean Cruises is a cruise you should put on your bucket list.

We visited St Maarten, St Lucia, St Thomas, Tortola, Antigua, Barbados, and more. Ocean water temperatures were 80 degrees or more, and we had a lot of fun taking catamaran excursions and seeing amazing sights like the Pitons in Saint Lucia.

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Diving in the Caribbean / St. Lucia Island

Diving in Saint Lucia, West Indies with Scuba Steve.

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Saint Lucia Drone Flight: Saint Lucia is an Eastern Caribbean island nation with a pair of dramatically tapered mountains, the Pitons, on its west coast. Its coast is home to volcanic beaches, reef-diving sites, luxury resorts and fishing villages. Trails in the interior rainforest lead to waterfalls like the 15m-high Toraille, which pours over a cliff into a garden. The capital, Castries, is a popular cruise port. Popular Reduit Beach offers calm water for swimming and beach bars, Marigot Bay is ringed by emerald hills, and compact Anse Chastanet beach has a reef for snorkeling and diving. Bathing in warm mud pools is a popular pastime at the Sulphur Springs Park in Soufrière. Helicopter tours offer an overhead look at the dramatic Piton peaks and the islands coastline. In Castries, the bustling market and shops sell a mix of local tropical produce and locally made crafts like wood carvings and baskets. Food draws from spicy Creole cuisine, ranging from the resorts gourmet offerings to local callaloo soup. [Source: wikipedia // Google]

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Saint Lucia: Island Overview

Saint Lucia home to lush rainforest, stunning beaches, delicious food and romance.

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My wife and I traveled to St. Lucia for our honeymoon in August 2013, and it was an amazing place! I loved the culture, the people, and the natural beauty.

Saint Lucia is one of the Windward Islands in the Eastern Caribbean Sea. We chose it because it had so much diversity to offer. We knew we would enjoy ourselves, but we had no idea how much we would fall in love with St. Lucia!

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Leeward and Windward Islands of the Caribbean

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The British Leeward Islands once were all colonies, but today the only ones remaining under the Crown are Anguila and Montserrat. Antigua and Barbuda, St. Kitts, and Nevis are independent states.
Antigua draws yachtsmen from all over the world to take part in the famous Race Week sailboat races.
The French presence in the Caribbean began in Martinique, an island loved by the French painter Paul Gauguin before he ever saw Tahiti. It is a mountainous, volcanic island with a rough coastline that has dozens of coves and miles of secluded beaches. Gauguin's work here represented a break from impressionism, and was a prelude to his better known Tahitian work.
Martinique, like many of the Windward Islands, is remarkably fertile. Almost anything that touches the ground grows, and there is a bounty of tropical fruit and flowers that staggers the eye.
This lush natural beauty also abounds on Dominica and St. Lucia. Dominica is a large, undeveloped island of mountains and dense rain forest so rich that it contains many plants found in few other places in the world. It offers fabulous hiking trails through unspoiled jungle, lodges set in rain forest retreats, and a secluded preserve where the Caribbean's last remaining Carib Indians continue their traditional ways.
Rivers and waterfalls tumble from the mountains to the sea, and legend says there are 365 rivers here, one for each day of the year. Hot springs and geothermal lakes complete the picture of the region's most untamed island.

Top10 Recommended Hotels in Soufrière, Saint Lucia, Caribbean Islands

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Top10 Recommended Hotels in Soufrière, Saint Lucia, Caribbean Islands: 1. Jade Mountain *****
2. Ladera Resort *****
3. Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort *****
4. Anse Chastanet Resort *****
5. Tet Rouge Resort ****
6. Fond Doux Plantation & Resort ***
7. Stonefield Estate Resort ****
8. Boucan by Hotel Chocolat ****
9. Hummingbird Beach Resort ***
10. La Haut Resort ***

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1. 100 Anse Chastanet Rd PO Box 4000, 1000 Soufrière, Saint Lucia, Price range $985 - $1964
Jade Mountain offers accommodation in Soufrière. Certain rooms include views of the sea or mountain. Extras include bathrobes and slippers.
2. Rabot Estate, Soufriere, Soufrière, Saint Lucia, Price range $467 - $1133
Overlooking the World Heritage Piton Mountains and the Caribbean Sea, Ladera Resort’s signature open-air suites feature natural stonework, cut tile, hard wood floors and uniquely crafted furniture made at the resort.
3. Val des Pitons, Forbidden Beach, La Baie de Silence P.O Box 251, West Indies Soufrière, Saint Lucia, Price range $473 - $1643
Located in beautiful grounds overlooking Pitons Bay, Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort offers luxurious accommodation with views of the surrounding valley. Set on Sugar Beach, it features a spa, outdoor pool and 3 restaurants.
4. 1 Anse Chastanet Road, P.O. Box 7000 Soufrière, Saint Lucia, Price range $307 - $920
Set on a lush tropical estate, Anse Chastanet Resort is between Anse Chastanet and Anse Mamin beaches, and offers wonderful views of Petit and Gros Piton mountains and the Caribbean Sea.
5. La Pointe, Soufriere Quarter, Soufrière, Saint Lucia, Price range $272 - $360
Offering stunning views of the Caribbean sea and featuring an infinity pool and a covered lounge with bar. Tet Rouge, an adults-only resort, is located 11 km from Soufriere Bay. Free WiFi access is available in all areas of this property.
6. P.O Box 250, Soufrière, Saint Lucia, Price range $162 - $410
This property is a 6-minute walk from the beach. This French colonial estate house in Soufriere, St Lucia, is situated on a fully operating, 135-acre cocoa plantation. Surrounded by tropical gardens, this 19th century plantation is a World Heritage site.
7. Soufriere, Soufrière, Saint Lucia, Price range $345 - $628
This resort features views of the Caribbean Sea and is in the village of Soufriere, on a former lime and cocoa plantation. Each villa has a private pool and free Wi-Fi.
8. Rabot Estate, Soufriere,, Soufrière, Saint Lucia, Price range $317 - $629
This boutique hotel provides stylish, modern décor and is in a spectacular rainforest setting, 6.4 km from Soufriere Town Centre. In an 18th-century cocoa estate, Hotel Chocolat features an inviting infinity pool with stunning views of the Piton Mountains.
9. Anse Chastanet Road, 00000 Soufrière, Saint Lucia, Price range $110 - $238
This beachfront resort is in Soufrière, Saint Lucia, less than half a kilometer from city center. It features an outdoor pool with views of the beach and an on-site restaurant and bar.
10. PO Box 304 West Coast Road, Soufrière, Saint Lucia, Price range $99 - $162
Located 235 m above sea level, this 52-acre plantation features views of the World Heritage Pitons, Caribbean Sea and the Soufriere rain forest. All rooms have spectacular views.



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