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You'll be picked up on-time, every time, or we will not only refund your transfer, we will also give you a $100 voucher to use for any future transfers.
Prices are fully inclusive of local taxes, tolls and gratuity, and cancellations are 100% refundable when at least 48 hours notice is provided
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To enjoy the many tropical wonders of the Caribbean, most people land at Hewanorra International Airport, the traveller’s official gateway to St. Lucia. This island country is located on the eastern part of the Caribbean Sea and was formerly an English and French territory. The warm climate, lush rainforests and spectacular beach getaways are the primary tourist draws for this small tropical country.
Agriculture is still the main industry but tourism plays a significant role in St. Lucia’s economy as well. Due to its heavy French influence, majority of the population practices Christianity. Although a number of the population speaks French, English is the official language which is attributed to the country’s British colonial past.
Natural wonders in St. Lucia include the rainforests, the Qualibou volcano and their beautiful coastline. The waters around St. Lucia are blessed with a rich marine biodiversity, which makes scuba diving and snorkeling a popular activity for tourists.Aside from water-related activities like sailing, visitors can also enjoy hiking through the rainforests or taking a plantation tour to experience the country’s history.
Turtle and whale watching is another recommended attraction, especially for animal lovers, since the sea surrounding the island is home to 20 species of whales. Tourists can take scenic tours around different notable places like the Diamond Waterfalls, Choiseul and Castries, the choice shopping destination known for its bustling market.
To get to the international airport, just drive and follow the East Coast Road, the main link between the south and north parts of the island. Since Hewanorra International Airport is close to East Coast Road, public transport via buses is also a convenient choice for airport transportation. For travelers who want to travel with a little class and sophistication, helicopter transports are available upon request at the airport.
Facilities at Hewanorra International Airport include a number of bars, cafes and restaurants and a few retail shops in the terminal building. To address medical situations, there is a pharmacy, first aid facilities and medical services available and the airport is three kilometers away from the nearest hospital.For parking spaces, the airport can accommodate 100 cars. Changes at Hewanorra International Airport includes the construction of a new building and expansion to accommodate larger aircraft like the Airbus A380.