St Lucia Singles Holidays & Solo Tours

Escorted holidays to St. Lucia designed exclusively for solo travellers

Singles Holidays & Solo Tours to St Lucia

St. Lucia Solo Travel Tours

Home to geographic and cultural riches that take your breath away, the island nation of St. Lucia must be seen to be believed. Offering a breathtaking beauty that’s difficult to beat, this destination has been truly blessed by nature. A seamless blend of African, French, Indian, and English influences provide much insight into the island’s vast and versatile history. With a pair of dramatically tapered mountains, the Pitons, on its west coast, St. Lucia also boasts unspoilt rainforest, which is home to a vast array of plant and animal life, as well as being dotted with verdant fruit plantations. And with Just You, St. Lucia solo travel promises to be more amazing than ever!

On St. Lucia singles holidays with Just You, count on sights that are simply spectacular. From rainforests and waterfalls to an awesome whale-watching excursion, the experiences you have here look set to be one-of-a-kind. Snorkelling in the crystal-clear waters and then soaking up the sun on the island’s gorgeous white-sandy beaches are also on the cards, but don’t worry, there are still plenty of interesting sights to keep you entranced while on your travels. Whether you want to learn how to rustle up traditional Creole cuisine and taste exotic fruit and local rum or try out your bartering skills with a visit to the markets in the capital, Castries, St. Lucia can keep travellers of all tastes enthralled. Experience the very best of St. Lucia with like-minded singles on escorted singles tours of the island with Just You!

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Featured St Lucia Solo Escorted Tour Holidays

  1. St Lucia: Island in the Sun

    Get away from it all and relax on St Lucia's golden beaches. You'll also enjoy a tour of the island and a thrilling rainforest safari.

    • Return flights
    • 7 nights in 3-star hotels, 1 night in flight
    • 10 included meals: 7 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 2 dinners

    9 days from
  2. St Lucia: Island in the Sun with 5 Nights Extension

    On this extended version of our St Lucia holiday you can enjoy a further 5 nights in destination! So get away from it all and relax on St Lucia's golden beaches.

    • 12 nights in a 3-star hotel plus 1 night in flight
    • 15 meals: 12 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 2 dinners
    • Return flights

    14 days from

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With so much to see and do in St Lucia you will want to pick a tour that gives you the broadest spectrum of highlights. Our ST LUCIA: ISLAND IN THE SUN tour does exactly that. Covering the whole island and mixing your tour with land and sea you’ll experience St Lucia's capital Castries, dolphin and whale watching, a thrilling land and sea safari, Sulphur Springs and the Diamond Botanical Gardens and Waterfalls, chocolate plantation, rum distilling, snorkelling, Creole cooking and much more.


Located just northwest of Barbados, St Lucia is a possibly the most beautiful of the Caribbean islands, with its perfect white sand beaches and turquoise blue sea contrasting against its jungle-clad volcanic pinnacles.

As well as reclining and relaxing on their beautiful beaches St Lucia has a lot to offer with plenty of things to see and do. Highlights not to be missed are:

St Lucia's capital Castries. Previously named Carenage, but renamed in 1785, after the French Minister of the Navy Charles Eugène Gabriel de La Croix, Marquis de Castries.
Castries is the island’s busiest sea port and houses nearly a third of the island’s inhabitants. The Harbour is one of the best in the Caribbean and was formed by nature when one side of a volcanic crater collapsed and the crater then flooded with water. Today it is ideal for trade and tourism alike, with cruise ships docking, fishmen bringing in their daily catches and cargo ships transporting local produce to other countries.

The city boasts a stunning mix of both French and British history and architecture. Unfortunately a lot of the original city was devastated by the Great Fire of Castries in 1948, which claimed many houses and business and left over 800 families homeless.

As well as the beautiful harbour you may wish to stop by Derek Walcott Square, situated in the heart of the city, named after Sir Derek Walcott, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1992. In the Square, you’ll discover a bronze bust for both Sir Derek Walcott and Sir William Arthur Lewis, who won Saint Lucia’s first Nobel Prize in 1979 for Economics. Another place to stop is the bright and colourful market of Castries, it is a great place to buy local produce, souvenirs, and do some duty-free shopping

The Pitons - Part of the UNESCO World Heritage, the Pitons are St. Lucia's biggest volcanic mountains. Formed by a volcanic eruption approximately 250,000 years ago they soar out of the sea up high into the clouds. The largest of the two ascends to approx. 800 meters high, and the smaller is not much smaller at approx. 750 meters high. As the Pitons are near impossible to climb they are most often enjoyed from a distance. You can however explore their bases if you are an experienced diver. Due to their size and scope you can get a good view of them from most spots on the island with many hotels boasting they have the best view!

Whale watching – Top of many holidayers wish lists, seize the day with a whale watching cruise and not only spot these beautiful creatures but also a wide selection of amazing and exotic Sea life.

Land and sea safaris – Mainly conducted in and around Soufriere – there is an array of wildlife to be spotted by land and sea. Prefer to be on foot then you can hike the mighty Tet Paul Nature Trail.

Sulphur Springs - aptly named for the sulphur that was previously mined here is the most vigorous geothermal area in the Lesser Antilles. Although the last major volcanic eruption in St. Lucia occurred approx. 40,000 years ago, Sulphur Springs continues to emit sulphur and heat nearby water to above boiling. A road navigates the edge of the crater making it possible to actually drive in a volcano and witness the bubbling pools and sulphur fumes.

Nearby there are some natural springs offering therapeutic benefits and the option to also partake in a mud bath.

Staying on the therapeutic route, you’ll want to take a trip to the Diamond Botanical Gardens and Waterfalls where you can once again bathe in the hot springs, be transfixed by the array of colours in the waterfalls caused by the mineral deposits and stroll around the beautiful well-maintained gardens, which contain an array of trees, plants, fruits and vegetables.

For the historian you’ll want to head to Pigeon Island National Park. One of St. Lucia's most significant historic attractions. Strategic lookouts on the island allowed the British to monitor the movements of French troops in Martinique during their struggle for control of St. Lucia. Ruins of the military buildings used during battles are still accessible by means of a causeway that connects the island to the mainland, you can walk or drive across and take in the panoramic views of St Lucia's northwest coast form the lookout points.

If you however, you prefer something a little bit more relaxed, you can relax on one of the many palm-lined beaches for example Rodney Bay. A beach lovers paradise that turns into a nightlife hotspot


St Lucian food is inspired by many cultural influences, two being British and French, having both owned the island several times over the years. There is also some Caribbean influences and influences of the original inhabitants, the Amerindian’s. In the main you’ll find their dishes are based around local produce and a lot of seafood as it’s easily accessible.

The National dish of St Lucia is Green Figs and Saltfish. You may be surprised to hear that there are no figs in this dish. In fact the ‘figs’ are actually green bananas which are boiled and then sautéed with spices and in season vegetables. Saltfish is a popular Caribbean dish which is essentially cod that has been salted to preserve it. It is typically boiled a few times to get the majority of the salt out and then combined with more vegetables and spices in a stew. The two elements are then served together.

Salt fish features heavily in their cuisine and you will see it appear in simpler dishes such as fish cakes.

Lambi – Not Lamb as the name may make you assume. It’s a dish based around conch. In case anyone doesn’t know what conch is, it is the name given to a number of different medium-to-large-sized sea snails. It is an extremely popular Caribbean dish, and classed as a delicacy in Saint Lucia. The style of the dish varies by island but in St Lucia the dish is usually made Creole style, which involves the conch meat being seasoned with an abundance of spice and then pan fried.

Pepperpot – Another Caribbean influenced dish. Delicious with a revolving flavour, it tantalises your taste buds. The name may lead you to believe it to be spicy but the dish is of a medium heat and the peppers used are more for flavour than heat. The Lucians use a variety of meat in this dish, simply what is available to them at the time. This can vary from Chicken to goat or even oxtail. Other ingredients include garlic, onions, cinnamon, thyme, cloves, orange peel, brown sugar and a homemade syrup called cassareep. This dish is typically accompanied with some homemade bread.

Bouyon – The Lucians call this a soup but we would most likely refer to it as a stew. It short it is a meat and veg stew. The mat and vegetables chain depending on what is available at the time. It’s a hearty dish that fills you quickly.

For those with a sweet tooth, Banana bread is the main dessert in Saint Lucia. Using fresh, local ingredients such as nuts, spices, and of course banana.

Popular Lucian Drinks - The Caribbean is famous for their rums, so what better to drink than a rum punch – all local ingredients, ripe, juicy fruit and a shot or two of run - a nice cheeky cocktail in the sun.


You can visit St Lucia at any time of the year but if you want settled weather that is not at its hottest then December to March is ideal. The hottest month tends to be September with an average daily temperature of 31 degrees Celsius, with the coolest month being January with an average daily temperature of between 24-29 degrees Celsius.