Saint Lucia Flights GuideSaint Lucia is a part of the British Commonwealth and sits in the Caribbean Sea's east. The landscape is famous for having it all including rainforests, jungles, beaches and volcanos. The largest volcano on the island is Gros Piton standing at just under 800 metres in height and climbing it will give you incredible views once you reach its summit. Saint Lucia is home to the world's only 'drive-in' volcano where it's easy to get from road to this wonder to see the Sulphur Springs and collapsed crater. If beach-bumming is more your style, Saint Lucia has you covered with options including Reduit Beach to the white sands of Anse des Pitons.
Saint Lucia only has two airports with only one of them being international. Hewanorra International Airport is also the bigger of the two located near Vieux Fort. Saint Lucia has a tropical climate with a wet and dry season. The wet season falls during the months of June through November with the dry season from December through May. Temperatures stay mild throughout the year.