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The island is generous with its surprises

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St. Lucia’s beaches are popular with tourists and locals.

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The author prepares to sample a buffet of beverages at St. Lucia Rum Distillers.

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Fishing nets hang to dry.

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Rent a small 125cc motorbike to explore the island. It’s all the power you’ll need for winding roads.

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The island’s famous Pitons loom large in the south end of St. Lucia.

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Sulphur Springs in Saint Lucia is the hottest and most active geothermal area in the Lesser Antilles.

St. Lucia Tourism Board

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