St. Lucia Transportation

Airport

 

The majority of visitors to the island fly into Hewanorra Interational Airport (UVF) at Vieux Fort, on the southern tip of the island. However, there are two airports in Saint Lucia: the George F. L. Charles Airport and Hewanorra International Airport. Hewanorra International Airport is the larger of the two airports. George F. L. Airport, formerly named Vigie Airport, is located north of Castries, which is the capital city of St Lucia. Flights to St. Lucia land in both airports regularly.

 

Immigration & Customs

 

Visitor passports must be valid for at least three months prior to the completion of travel to St. Lucia 

 

When going through immigrations and customs, present your valid passport and return ticket.  Fill out your immigration form and make sure you declare all purchases made to avoid fines.

 

The duty free allowance into St. Lucia is 200 cigarettes or 250 grams of tobacco or 50 cigars, one litre of spirit or wine. Duty free shopping is available at Pointe Seraphine, La Place Carenage and at the departure lounge of Hewanorra Airport. Luxury items include jewelry, batiks, giftware, local crafts, liquor, cigarettes and cigars.

 

Getting to Your Hotel

 

CheapCaribbean.com has partnered with Nexus Tours as our premier transportation company in St. Lucia. They’ll provide you with safe, comfortable and professional transportation, from the airport to your resort, and back. 

 

After you clear customs and exit the terminal building at the airport. Look for the Nexus Representative holding an Amstar/Cheap Caribbean.com sign.  The representative will then escort you to their van for your transfer to the hotel.

 

Getting Around St. Lucia

 

We recommend making transportation arrangements with our tour operator. However, you can also get around the island by taxi. Taxis can be arranged by your hotel. There are also local buses available that provide a more affordable  way to get around. Note that the buses are small vans that hold around ten to fourteen passengers and vary in quality.