Last month I had the pleasure of attending a familiarisation trip to the beautiful Caribbean island of St. Lucia. I was invited by the St. Lucia Tourist Board who had organised the trip as part of their travel expert programme. The trip was over a period of 7 days and during my time in St. Lucia I had the opportunity to stay in 5 beautiful resorts and visit over 20 resorts and hotels, as well as see some of the breathtaking sites that the island has to offer
The focus of the trip was to see and experience what St. Lucia has to offer so that I can advise our clients who are looking to plan their destination wedding in the Caribbean or who are thinking about St. Lucia as their honeymoon destination.
The resorts we visited included:
An impressive list, right!
To be able to do this trip any kind of justice and to share some of the beautiful sights I saw whilst I was there, I will be posting a series of blog posts over the coming months featuring a selection of these incredible resorts. This will hopefully help you to fall in love with the island of St. Lucia in the way that I have absolutely and will help you with your destination wedding plans if you’re thinking about getting married in the Caribbean and in particular on the island of St. Lucia. I will also be including information on what you need to know if you are going to be planning a wedding in St. Lucia.
I think it's fair to say that I was completely bowled over by the warm and friendly welcome I received on the island, and more of that later! But for now let me leave with you with this incredible breathtaking view of the Pitons from the fabulous Jade Mountain resort where we had lunch towards the end of our stay on the island.
Gorgeous isn't it!
Until next time,
If you would like to discuss your destination wedding plans with us, please get in touch to book a complimentary consultation
Now, more than ever before, couples have a very good reason to make their marriage official before holding a big celebration at a later date. The coronavirus pandemic has forced many to postpone their weddings until later this year or next. I’ve seen the heartache this has caused first-hand, and I know the situation is far from ideal. Now lockdown restrictions are being eased, couples at least have the option to hold a small civil ceremony, perhaps followed by a small reception. It might seem like a compromise, but it doesn’t have to be.
Jul 20, 2020
Why do we spend money on music concerts and festivals when we can download the same music straight onto our phones? It’s because music is inextricably linked to emotion. You don’t just hear music – you feel it and those feelings evoke emotions like no other.
Jul 18, 2020
Even before you’ve mentioned marriage, there’s something incredibly magical about whisking your partner away for a luxurious weekend city break. With this in mind, here are 5 romantic places to propose in Europe…
Oct 26, 2018