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Saint Lucia’s Iconic Jade Mountain Resort Just Reopened

 The iconic Jade Mountain resort in Saint Lucia, famous for its three-walled suites and its spectacular views of the Pitons, is back.  The adults-only resort officially reopened on July 24.  Jade Mountain is currently only accepting visitors who have undergone …

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Caribbean Moment: In Saint Lucia, a Journey to the Pitons

 If you’ve ever been to the southwestern corner of Saint Lucia, you’ve seen them. You’ve felt them.  Because the pair of volcanic spires called the Pitons emit some kind of otherworldly energy, a mystical glow, an aura.  This place, a …

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Caribbean Photo of the Week: The View in Saint Lucia

 The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal reader Bob Remedios, who sent in this stunning shot of the Pitons in Saint Lucia.  Have you taken a great photo in the Caribbean? Send it to news@caribjournal.com with CPOTW in the …

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 By Alexander Britell In what is one of the biggest Caribbean resort transactions of 2019, one of the region’s leading hotels has been sold. Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort in Saint Lucia has been sold, Caribbean Journal has learned. The …

 Living under the Pitons By the Caribbean Journal staff St Lucia’s Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort has launched a new real estate opportunity called the Glenconner Residences. The project is comprised of six four-to-six-bedroom homes designed by architect Lane Pettigrew. …

 Above: Branson at the Pitons (Photos: Greg Rose) By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s not an easy hike. In other words, the perfect challenge for the Caribbean’s most famous resident entrepreneur: Richard Branson. In a post to his company website …

 Above: Ladera (all photos by CJ) By Alexander Britell SOUFRIERE — There they are. That ancient pair of green-tree-clothed towers, the Pitons, the jewels that give lush St Lucia its sheen. Something about these geological formations has long transfixed the traveler. …

 YOU don’t just look at the Pitons in St Lucia. You watch them. They may be stationary, but it certainly doesn’t feel that way, and if you’re looking for a villa escape on the island, a straight-on view of the …

 By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon I’VE BEEN VISITING ST LUCIA for more than a decade now, and on each trip I find more reasons to return. Everyone I’ve met there has been warm and sincere; the landscape, particularly in the south, is …