CARIBCATION PARTNERS WITH CARIBBEAN AIRLINES TO OFFER VISITORS UP TO 65 PERCENT OFF ROUND TRIP TICKETS.

Caribcation, a marketing division of the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority has partnered with Caribbean Airlines to provide Caribbean Nationals with up to 65% off on round trip flights from Trinidad to Saint Lucia.

 With direct non-stop service from Piarco International Airport (POS), Trinidad to George F.L. Charles Airport (SLU) – fares start from as low as $220 USD for round trip tickets (inclusive of taxes). Consumers can take their pick of low fares, or 50% fewer miles to fly from Trinidad to Saint Lucia. The Lite fare includes a free carry-on bag, (1) free personal bag, and advance seat selection.

 Bookings must be made from September 10th – 14th, 2021 for travel between September 27th to November 5th, 2021. To take advantage of this exclusive offer please click here and for accommodation deals click here.  

 As Caribbean Airlines continues its phased approach to restart its commercial schedule amid the Covid-19 pandemic, operations to Saint Lucia will take place twice weekly. The twice-weekly flight will depart (POS) at 2:00 pm on (Mondays) arriving in (SLU) at 3:05 pm. And, on Fridays, the flight will depart (POS) at 4:00 p.m. arriving in (SLU) at 5:05 pm with same-day return services.

 Terms and conditions may apply. Subject to fare and miles seat availability. Booking and travel period above are applicable to both fare and miles redemption.

Covid Safety & Protocols

Saint Lucia has implemented a variety of health and safety measures to protect residents and visitors as part of its phased reopening plan. On May 31st, a non-electronic wristband was introduced for fully vaccinated travelers to allow expanded island access. As confidence in travel returns, fully vaccinated travelers now have expanded island access through the wristband.

Visitors can book car rentals and dine at more restaurants, all while observing existing on-island protocols. Unvaccinated travelers will receive a bracelet that identifies them as long-stay visitors after 14 days on the island. Starting on day 15, they are free to explore the island while observing standard Covid protocols such as physical distancing and wearing a mask in public places.

 Detailed information on the latest travel protocols can be found at www.stlucia.org/covid-19. For more information on the island of Saint Lucia and for booking your fun Caribbean escapes, visit https://www.caribcation.org/

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