Rodney Bay, St. Lucia

Days Itinerary

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Day 1

Breakfast at Café Olé (Rodney Bay Marina) Golf at Sandals St. Lucia Golf & Country Club Dinner at Bosun’s (Rodney Bay Marina)

Day 2

Full-Day deep sea charter with Exodus Boat Charters Sundowners at Boardwalk Bar (Rodney Bay Marina) Dinner at Rituals Sushi (Rodney Bay Marina)

Day 3

Early morning scenic drive to Soufriere before climbing Gros Piton (arrange with Tropical Discoveries in Rodney Bay Marina) Dinner at Big Chef Steakhouse (Rodney Bay)

Great place to shop, go to the beach or have dinner at a local restaurant or one of the many resorts that have a lunch and dinner restaurant open to the public and tourists alike. You can shop here for duty free liquor and souvenirs. You can hop on the local bus to explore more and feel completely at home. The marinas are worth visiting and you can have lunch at one of the local restaurants there. It's hot so don't forget the hat and sunscreen.

Great place for just about anything,TripAdvisor Review

Day 1

Breakfast at Café Olé (Rodney Bay Marina) Golf at Sandals St. Lucia Golf & Country Club Dinner at Bosun’s (Rodney Bay Marina)

Day 2

Full-Day deep sea charter with Exodus Boat Charters Sundowners at Boardwalk Bar (Rodney Bay Marina) Dinner at Rituals Sushi (Rodney Bay Marina)

Day 3

Breakfast at Elena’s (Rodney Bay Marina) Half-day kitesurfing in Cas-en-Bas Dinner at La Mesa (Rodney Bay Marina)

Day 4

Morning picnic and hike at Pigeon Island National Park Mid-afternoon massage at F.A.C.E to Face Day Spa (Rodney Bay Marina) Dinner at The Naked Fisherman (Cap Maison Resort)

Day 5

Early morning scenic drive to Soufriere before climbing Gros Piton (arrange with Tropical Discoveries in Rodney Bay Marina) Dinner at Big Chef Steakhouse (Rodney Bay)

A beautiful place to visit, the sand is golden and the sea is clear. The bar is good and the people a friendly.

Rodney Bay,TripAdvisor Review

Local Attractions

There is a lot of exploring to do on this small lively Caribbean Island. See some of the attractions here.

Pigeon Island National Landmark

This 44-acre reserve is one of the most important monuments in St. Lucia. Some of the attractions include the ruins of military buildings used during the battles between the French and the British for the island, two beautiful beaches, Carib Caves and many landmarks showing St. Lucia's history.

Splash Island Water Park

On the Northwest coast of the island is the exciting open-water sports park. It features a trampoline, climbing wall, monkey bars, a swing, a slide, and even water volleyball.

Great social atmosphere and food. Friendly people and we felt safe. The locals are very accommodating.

Great,TripAdvisor Review

Annual Events

Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC)

Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC) starts its 2,700 nautical mile journey at Rodney Bay. With as many as 200 boats arriving, there is a two-week celebration with bands, local cuisine, costume parties and other entertainment to send cruisers on their course.

Saint Lucia Jazz Festival

In May, a celebration of Saint Lucian, Caribbean and international jazz music, with events in all parts of the country. It offers a mix of free and paying concerts and educational activities.

Saint Lucia Carnival

During the months of June and July the island of St. Lucia celebrates their culture with parties, parades, steel drums and a lot of dancing. Parties and events occur all over the island to mark an important celebration of heritage.

Saint Lucia Roots and Soul Festival

August brings a festival dedicated to musicians who are setting new trends in reggae, conscious hip-hop, Afro-punk and R&B, with performances, master classes and encounters between artists and other actors in the music business. There will be free and paying concerts, in various parts of the island. This event will bring together musicians, record labels, online music stores and platforms, specialized journalists and other actors in order to enhance market access for Saint Lucian and other musicians and producers.

Mercury Beach

In August, the 'Spring Break of the Caribbean" attracts thousands of people and hundreds of vessels to sample gourmet cuisine and premium drinks and to enjoy incredible entertainment all on one of St. Lucia's beautiful beaches.

Jounen Kweyol (Creole Day)

Typically celebrated on the last Sunday in October, this holiday pays homage to the island's heritage. Locals done their traditional Madras wear leading up to a day of celebration of food and culture.

Arts and Heritage Month

Building up to Creole Day is a month long festival that celebrates St. Lucia's cultural, ethnic and artistic heritage.

St. Lucia Rodney Bay is too die for. calm and serene. beautiful sea with wonderful food every where!!

beautiful, calm and so relaxing,TripAdvisor Review