Saint Lucia is advertised as ‘live the legend’ island, and indeed there is lot of legends covering this mystical place in Caribbean.
You may explore there the locations with traces of activities of legendary tribes of Arawak and Caribs, who settled there millenia years ago.
Legend has it that the site was discovered by Columbus, even if not true, the island soon witnessed the first European settlers, then buccaneers and for over 100 years became the scene of fierce fightings between British and French forces. This times is easy to recall inside of the walls of old Fort Charlotte.
The Afro Creole spirit of the slaves, that once worked on the plantations echoes in the notes floating on the air during annual Saint Lucia Jazz Festival.
Another thing that is quite real, but soon may became only a legend are l turtles, that chose the island for the birthing colony.
There are the tours to see these giant reptiles as well as birds and rainforest vegetations.
Saint Lucia airport has several non stop connections with New York, Philladelphia, Toronto and ports in South America. The shopping areas are well prepared for flocks of tourists flow out of large cruise ships berthing at a modern terminal. On the island there are many of all-inclusive resorts, including three Sandals properties, Anse Chastanet, Calabash Cove, Jade Mountain, Windjammer and the Jealousie Plantation.
Such a place creates a perfect opportunity for a legendary wedding. And it does not need much to get tied here forever. Providing that you already have someone willing to marry you, all you need is passports and birth certificates of both parties and a small amount of money for law fees. But then you can choose the perfect spot all over the island, there are the Pitons, fabulous Touraille Waterfall and exotic scenery of Diamond Botanical Gardens. Most of the hotels offer various wedding packages and services, one of the most popular is Anse Chastanet resort with its secret beach locations.