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Spa and Wellness in St. Lucia

Healing Traditions and Natural Attractions

The scenery alone will lower your stress and nurture your bliss. But sugar-sand beaches, verdant mountain peaks, and lush tropical gardens are just the backdrops for some of the finest spa and wellness services in the Caribbean. From authentic Ayurvedic therapies of India to the wellness arts of Thailand, Japan, Tibet, Indonesia, Mesoamerica, Scandinavia and beyond, Saint Lucia's spas blend healing traditions with state-of-the-art programs for the restoration of optimal health. Wellness journeys take place in magnificent settings that bring in mountains, sea and sky. Whatever your wellness goal, Saint Lucia is the perfect place to begin your journey of relaxation, rejuvenation and inspiration.


  • Best for: Everyone, experiences including watersports, yoga, spas and soft to rugged adventures
  • Best season to visit: Year round
  • Weather: Steady trade winds account for relatively minor differences in seasonal air temperatures, which range from the 70s into the mid 80s. Rain showers are less common from December to May

Saint Lucia Information

Spa and Wellness in Saint Lucia Overview

Saint Lucia's premier spas offer a broad and eclectic range of services and treatments. Most are located on the landscaped grounds of upscale resorts along the island's Caribbean coast. The emphasis is on individual attention, which is reflected in therapies that are adapted to fit the needs of each individual patron.

Spa and Wellness in Saint Lucia Tips

If you've ever wanted to sample a range of relaxation and healing traditions, Saint Lucia is a great place to do so. The island's premier spas are associated with upscale resorts, but most also accept patrons who are staying elsewhere. A popular option is, to begin with, a morning at the beach, followed by afternoon therapies.

Best Places for Spa and Wellness in Saint Lucia

In-room treatments at Jade Mountain take place on private terraces set high above the Caribbean. At Chastanet's Kai Belté Spa, Anpagal four-hands massage employs the principles of Abhyangam healing. Ti Kaye's refreshing and rejuvenating treatments feature natural and organic ingredients from the island's virgin rainforest, lush mountain valleys and mineral-rich volcanic waters. At Body Holiday a Master Bhutanese Practitioner delivers Kora Healing through a combination of deep tissue massage, Indian stretches and Reiki energy work.

What to Pack for Spa and Wellness in Saint Lucia

Dress for comfort with soft, loose-fitting clothing that doesn't require belts or tight elastic, and choose shoes that can be slipped on and off with ease. Leave the personal electronics behind and opt for a good book if you anticipate downtime between treatments.


Saint Lucia

Anse Chastanet

SOUFRIERE - TROPICAL TRANQUILITY PACKAGE includes 7 nights superior accommodations, welcome drink, fruit basket and drink package, escorted walk of the Old French Colonial Plantation; 2 one-hour classic spa treatments per person; sunset celebration (bottle of champagne with appetizers delivered to your room at sunset once during stay); and 2 ANSE CHASTANET handmade bathrobes, daily resort yoga class with options to add-on specialty yoga activities, use of non-motorized watersports, roundtrip airport transfers, hotel tax and service charges.
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Saint Lucia

Anse Chastanet

SOUFRIERE - SNORKEL PACKAGE includes 7 night’s accommodations, 4 by boat snorkel trips, plus unlimited snorkeling with 4 unique areas to explore. Welcome drink and culinary amenity upon arrival, 3 enticing meals daily at Beach and Hill side restaurants, with afternoon tea, non-motorized watersports: kayaking, windsurfing, complimentary resort water taxi to Anse Mamin Beach, sunrise-sunset yoga, a 600-acre lush historical estate bordering on two soft-sand beaches for walks and hiking with pristine coral reefs just off shore, roundtrip airport transfers, hotel taxes, and service charges. Night snorkeling is available- upgrade on-site.

Additional boat snorkeling available in shopping cart or learn to Scuba Dive and take a Beginners Discover Course!
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Saint Lucia

Jade Mountain

SOUFRIERE Located on St. Lucia’s southwestern Caribbean coastline and celebrates St. Lucia’s stunning scenic beauty. Bold architecture includes bridges leading to infinity pool sanctuaries and rugged stoned-faced columns reaching toward the sky. There is a dedicated resort team ensuring outstanding service around the clock. Jade Mountain Club is wrapped around an infinity pool with a dazzling kaleidoscope of colors and celebrates “Jade Cuisine.” Enjoy the privacy with all of sister resort Anse Chastanet’s restaurants, bars, boutiques, art gallery, spa, scuba, bike and watersports as well as 2 soft sand beaches available at all times. Embrace the full glory of St Lucia’s Pitons World Heritage Site and the eternal Caribbean Sea.

Jade Mountain offers Various Specials & Group Discounts-Contact Caradonna Adventures at 800.328.2288 for Exclusive Pricing and Information or email
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Saint Lucia

Anse Chastanet

SOUFRIERE - A spectacular scenic hideaway on a 600-acre tropical estate with two beaches bordering pristine coral reefs, this resort features 49 rooms in a unique hillside/beachside setting, two restaurants/bars, boutiques, art gallery, 42’ day sailing yacht and a full-service spa.

Optional add-ons for Watersports Activities and Topside Activities available in the shopping cart after room category is selected.

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Passport and/or Visa Requirements

U.S. citizens need a valid passport that must be valid 6 months beyond the date of entry into Saint Lucia, with available space for entry stamp. No visa is required with proof of onward or return ticket and accommodation confirmation. Check the entry/exit requirements here. A departure tax of $68EC, approx $25.30 should be included in your international airline ticket.


Vaccinations are not required for entering the Caribbean if you're coming from the United States. Before traveling check with the CDC here.

Culture and Customs

Saint Lucia is a land of vibrant greens set in a sapphire sea. Rainforests cover the island's interior, providing vacationers with a variety of eco-adventures that range from sedate birding hikes and relaxing rides on an aerial tram to off-road adventures and soaring zip line flights through forested canopies home to endemic birds such as the Saint Lucia parrot. The lush surroundings also set the stage for a number of unique resort properties that blend luxury and nature, and provide some of the best dining experiences in the Caribbean. The island's rich volcanic soil yields a cornucopia of tropical fruits and vegetables. This bounty is reflected in the savory dishes of traditional Creole cooking, and it has inspired a new wave of organic and fusion cuisines that have earned island chef's top honors in international culinary competitions. In addition to enlivening resort kitchens, Saint Lucia's farms and orchards support a thriving agricultural export sector that includes bananas and chocolate. One of the island's sweetest day trips involves a tour of historic cacao plantations, followed by a chance to create your own chocolate confections. Across the island English influences are obvious, but so too are the cultural contributions of France and Africa. The local version of relaxing is known as “going on the lime” or “liming,” which simply involves stopping by a favorite local pub or rum shop and spending time with friends.

Electricity, Phone and Internet Access

Saint Lucia runs on 220 to 230-volt AC (50 cycles), so bring an adapter if you plan to use U.S. appliances. Some hotels are wired for U.S. appliances.

Check with your local provider to see what plans are available, otherwise, you will be subject to roaming charges. The country/area code for Saint Lucia is 758.

Many hotels offer WiFi.

Water Quality

The local tap water is chlorinated and considered safe to drink. Alternatively, bottled water is available for purchase at restaurants, bars, hotels and local grocery stores.

Language & Currency

English is the official language, but islanders often speak a French-Creole patois or Kweyol similar to that heard on Martinique, Guadeloupe, Guyana, Grenada and Dominica.

The currency in Saint Lucia is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar, (EC$). You can see the current exchange rate here. However, nearly all hotels, restaurants, and shops accept US dollars. Change may be given in EC Dollars. ATMs are available which dispense EC dollars and credit cards are widely accepted.


Saint Lucia is on Atlantic Standard Time (AST) and does not observe Daylight Savings Time. Saint Lucia is 4 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (-4 GMT).

Location, Size and Population

Saint Lucia is a sovereign island country in the Eastern Caribbean that is part of the Lesser Antilles. Saint Lucia is a mountainous island of 238 sq. miles, located about 25 miles north of St. Vincent and 25 miles south of Martinique and northwest of Barbados.

The population of Saint Lucia is 185,868 (2016).