Honeymoon Destination: St. Lucia

Brianna Kozlarek / Tuesday May 21, 2019

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Wedding season also means honeymoon season, so we’re rounding up some of our favorite destinations that are guaranteed to be perfect choices. Whether its basking in the sunny sands sipping on coladas, or hiking up the steepest mountains, your honeymoon should be a once in a lifetime experience you remember forever. An island that checks all these boxes is St. Lucia. Not to be biased or anything, but this is where Brandon and I went for our honeymoon and it was one of the best decisions we ever made. We chose St. Lucia because of the amazing beaches, tropical landscape and honestly because it’s on every “Top 10 Honeymoon Destinations” article that I read researching spots. Boasting a drive-through volcano, as well as its own National Rain Forest Reserve with over 19,000 color-splashed acres of natural wonders, St. Lucia’s exotic beauty truly captures the luxuriant allure of the Caribbean. Here’s the info you need to know:


How to Get There

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If you’re lucky, you’ll snag a direct flight. If not, you’re probably going to transfer in Miami and take a 3 hour ride to UVF airport where you’ll de-plane fancy style straight off the steps of the plane. This is a tiny, tiny airport friends. So if you can, try not to arrive at noon on a Saturday or you’ll be hanging out in the customs line for a hot minute. Then you can shuttle or arrange private transport (highly recommend) to your resort, which will be anywhere from a 1 to 2 hour ride. Think of it kinda like a free tour of the island.


Where to Stay


Grande St. Lucian

I have two top picks here. I would be remiss if I didn’t recommend our  hotel, the Sandals Grande St. Lucian, because they truly provided an amazing honeymoon experience.  The open air lobby faces the beach and the gorgeous hills in the distance. Every single person working at the resort had a smile on their face and wanted to make sure you had the same. The grounds were absolutely immaculate. They had perfect little spots set up all over for newlyweds to have romantic moments together, from hammocks to cabanas and private gazebos. And even though the resort was almost at capacity, it literally never felt crowded. Plus, there were lots of other newlyweds to make friends with. Oh, and can we talk about the food? (No, really, because you know the only thing I was more excited about besides marrying Brandon was eating everything I could get my hands on #weddingdiet) Seriously, the food at the resort was spectacular. We especially loved the restaurant on the pier, Gordon’s. There were so many delicious options, from Italian to Sushi, Indian and everything in between.



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