WHAT TO DO IN ST LUCIA

SAINT LUCIA EVENTS
The majestic island of St. Lucia is renowned as one of the world's premier honeymoon destinations. However, the island has a lot more to offer be it romance, culture, adventure, or rejuvenation getaways. For those who fancy adventures and trying to figure out what to do in St Lucia, well here is the perfect opportunity to experience the island with a kayak tour mingled with the islands events.
JANUARY
January brings the New Year's Fair, which includes cultural events, music, food, drink and street fairs. It is the celebration of the New Year with local emphasis on family fun in the day and adult activities in the night.
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FEBRUARY
Travelers are invited to celebrate St. Lucia’s national Independence Day during February, when natives are bursting with patriotism and pride for their island.  Independence was achieved in 1979, and throughout the week events include parades, calypso tents, and kite flying tournaments.
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APRIL
During Holy Week in April, guests may partake in a variety of Catholic traditions, including mass services, religious meals and other Catholic practices. This week is known as being the most subdued time on the island.
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APRIL - MAY
After the humble celebration of Holy Week, the island blossoms back to its partying tendencies with the St. Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival. Held for two weeks around the end of April and beginning of May each year, this festival showcases the island’s stunning selection of jazz musicians as well as international jazz stars.
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JUNE - JULY
During June and July, the famous St. Lucia Carnival takes over the island with an enormous street festival that emphasizes the island’s playful spirit. Guests crowd the streets to catch a glimpse of the decorative costumes that parade down the streets of Castries, and patrons dance to live calypso music.
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AUGUST
In August St. Lucia hosts their fancy Rose Festival. This event is entirely dedicated to its namesake flower, and highlights the Feast of Saint Rose De Lima, Prior to the feast, the island engages in a month-long celebration of roses. Every Saturday during August, the streets come alive as locals don their best outfits.
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OCTOBER
International Creole Day, also known as Jounen Kweyol Day is celebrated in October each year. This day features a huge selection of various Creole dishes, as well as live Creole-style musical performances. The event is an excellent way to immerse yourself in the local culture.
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NOVEMBER
By the end of November each year, participants of the Atlantic Rally for Cruisers have begun to arrive.  The event, which is the longest trans-Atlantic regatta in the world begins in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and sees boaters of all ages sail through Europe, the Mediterranean, and then end their original journey on St. Lucia.
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DECEMBER
On December 13 the island celebrates National Day. This event lasts all day and stretches into the evening. Vacationers will enjoy partaking in the various activities that accompany the festivities. Also occurring during this time is the island’s Festival of Lights and Renewal. Natives participate in a traditional lantern-making competition.
DAY TOURS DAY TOURS
Also See: What To Do in St Lucia | St Lucia Kayak Trips
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WHAT TO DO IN ST LUCIA
SAINT LUCIA EVENTS
The majestic island of St. Lucia is renowned as one of the world's premier honeymoon destinations. However, the island has a lot more to offer be it romance, culture, adventure, or rejuvenation getaways. For those who fancy adventures and trying to figure out what to do in St Lucia, well here is the perfect opportunity to experience the island with a kayak tour mingled with the islands events.
JANUARY
January brings the New Year's Fair, which includes cultural events, music, food, drink and street fairs. It is the celebration of the New Year with local emphasis on family fun in the day and adult activities in the night.
DAY TOURS DAY TOURS
FEBRUARY
Travelers are invited to celebrate St. Lucia’s national Independence Day during February, when natives are bursting with patriotism and pride for their island.  Independence was achieved in 1979, and throughout the week events include parades, calypso tents, and kite flying tournaments.
DAY TOURS DAY TOURS
APRIL
During Holy Week in April, guests may partake in a variety of Catholic traditions, including mass services, religious meals and other Catholic practices. This week is known as being the most subdued time on the island.
DAY TOURS DAY TOURS
APRIL - MAY
After the humble celebration of Holy Week, the island blossoms back to its partying tendencies with the St. Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival. Held for two weeks around the end of April and beginning of May each year, this festival showcases the island’s stunning selection of jazz musicians as well as international jazz stars.
DAY TOURS DAY TOURS
JUNE - JULY
During June and July, the famous St. Lucia Carnival takes over the island with an enormous street festival that emphasizes the island’s playful spirit. Guests crowd the streets to catch a glimpse of the decorative costumes that parade down the streets of Castries, and patrons dance to live calypso music.
DAY TOURS DAY TOURS
AUGUST
In August St. Lucia hosts their fancy Rose Festival. This event is entirely dedicated to its namesake flower, and highlights the Feast of Saint Rose De Lima, Prior to the feast, the island engages in a month-long celebration of roses. Every Saturday during August, the streets come alive as locals don their best outfits.
DAY TOURS DAY TOURS
OCTOBER
International Creole Day, also known as Jounen Kweyol Day is celebrated in October each year. This day features a huge selection of various Creole dishes, as well as live Creole-style musical performances. The event is an excellent way to immerse yourself in the local culture.
DAY TOURS DAY TOURS
NOVEMBER
By the end of November each year, participants of the Atlantic Rally for Cruisers have begun to arrive.  The event, which is the longest trans-Atlantic regatta in the world begins in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and sees boaters of all ages sail through Europe, the Mediterranean, and then end their original journey on St. Lucia.
DAY TOURS DAY TOURS
DECEMBER
On December 13 the island celebrates National Day. This event lasts all day and stretches into the evening. Vacationers will enjoy partaking in the various activities that accompany the festivities. Also occurring during this time is the island’s Festival of Lights and Renewal. Natives participate in a traditional lantern-making competition.
DAY TOURS DAY TOURS
Also See: What To Do in St Lucia | St Lucia Kayak Tours
Copyright. All Rights Reserved by DFH Kayaking
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