St. Lucia Vacation Guide
All U.S. citizens must have a passport when traveling by air toor from Bermuda, Canada, the Caribbean, Central and South America and Mexico. Citizens ofCanada, Mexico and the British Overseas Territory of Bermuda also must have a passport orother designated secure document to enter the U.S.Beginning 1 June 2009, passports are required for land crossings at the Canadian and Mexicanborders with the U.S. and for cruise passengers returning to the U.S. from Mexico, theCaribbean, Canada or Bermuda.Proof of onward passage is required by all. Departure tax is about US$25, payable in cash atthe airport if not included in your ticket. (Children younger than 12 are exempt.) Reconfirm traveldocument requirements with your carrier before departure.
English, Creole (French patois).
Christian (Roman Catholic, Protestant).
4 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (-4 GMT). Daylight Saving Time is notobserved.
758, country code;For More Information
: St. Lucia Tourist Board, P.O. Box 221, Jeremie St., Castries, St. Lucia. Phone 758-452-4094. Fax 758-453-1121. http://www.stlucia.org.
: St. Lucia Tourist Board, 8 King Street E., Suite 700, Toronto, ON M5C 1B5. Phone416-362-4242. Toll-free 800-869-0377. Fax 416-362-7832.
: St. Lucia Tourist Board, 800 Second Ave., Suite 400G, New York, NY 10017. Phone 212-867-2950. Toll-free 800-456-3984. Fax 212-867-2795.
St. Lucia Embassies
: High Commission for the Countries of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States,112 Kent St., Suite 1610, Place de Ville, Tower B, Ottawa, ON K1P 5P2. Phone 613-236-8952.Fax 613-236-3042.
: Embassy of St. Lucia, 3216 New Mexico Ave. N.W., Washington, D.C. 20015. Phone 202-364-6792. Fax 202-364-6723.