Saint Lucia 2003

Saint Lucia Border Map

In 2003, Saint Lucia was a small island nation located in the Caribbean Sea. It had a population of around 160,000 people and its economy was largely driven by tourism. The country had adopted a democratic multi-party system but corruption remained an issue. Saint Lucia maintained strong diplomatic ties with other Caribbean nations such as Jamaica and Antigua while it also had close relations with the United States. In 2003, tourism to the islands was beginning to grow as visitors were drawn to its beautiful beaches and lush rainforests. According to computergees, the country offered numerous attractions such as Sulphur Springs which showcased the geothermal activity of the region, Marigot Bay which provided opportunities for snorkeling and swimming, Pigeon Island National Park which offered hiking trails, and Anse Chastanet Marine Reserve which protected coral reefs and marine life. Additionally, there were many opportunities for outdoor activities such as sailing in Castries Harbor or visiting the La Soufriere Volcano which is still active today.

According to, Saint Lucia Independence Day is February 22. The UWP government party suffered a stinging defeat in the November 2011 parliamentary elections as it backed from 11 to 6 seats. At the same time, the SLP rose from 6 to 11 seats, and the SLP’s Kenny Anthony was inaugurated as new prime minister.

Saint Lucia Border Map

Saint Lucia Brief Guide

According to AbbreviationFinder, The island of Saint Lucia in the Southern Caribbean is best known as a luxury honeymoon destination – it is the largest island in the Windward Archipelago and offers visitors rainforests, white sandy beaches and rugged mountain scenery.

Wedding in St. Lucia is also possible and relatively easy – Starlight Tours will take care of all the necessary arrangements in advance.

Saint Lucia’s hotel offer is of a very high standard and many hotels specialize in honeymooners or tourists looking for just a romantic getaway – luxury spas, private pools, tranquil, almost deserted sandy beaches, candlelit dinners on the beach and other services for couples have been popular with our guests.

Saint Lucia’s mountainous and rainforest-covered hinterland also provides a great setting for hiking, as well as popular “rainforest biking,” as well as “zip-line” descents along the rainforest tree tops down the mountain slopes.

Language English
Population 170,000
Area 616 km 2
Currency East Caribbean Dollar or US Dollar
How to fly Via London or New York
New York or London
Ship connections Martinique, Dominica and Guadeloupe
Combine Martinique, Dominica, Guadeloupe
Inauguration at Succeed
Golf Yes, one full-size field
The best time to travel Between January-May or November-December