Castries, Saint Lucia: The Deputy Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, Ernest Hilaire, welcomed the thousands of tourists to the shores of the beautiful Caribbean Island of Saint Lucia on March 14, 2023 (Tuesday). While inviting them to explore the nation, he shared the view from the Morne Lookout Point and called it a paradise.
According to the recent updates shared by the Deputy PM of the Caribbean Island through his official social media account, four (4) cruise ships arrived at the dockyards of Port Castries carrying thousands of tourists and visitors around the world.
Furthermore, while welcoming tourists from across the globe to paradise on earth, the Minister for Tourism, Investment, Creative Industries, Culture and Information, Ernest Hilaire, has penned down his greetings, “Views from the Morne Lookout Point!”
He further extended his heartwarming wishes to the tourists and stated, “Four (4) cruise ships docked in Port Castries today with thousands of passengers disembarking to explore our beautiful island. Many of them would have gone on tours throughout the different communities while others walked the streets of Castries.”
Moreover, Saint Lucia has been regarded and recognized as one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the world, as defined in the greetings shared by the Deputy PM of the Caribbean nation.
He pointed out that the tourists from the cruise ships went for the exploration of the island while others were enjoying their time roaming around in the streets and markets of the Castries.
Additionally, the Deputy Prime Minister, who also serves as the Minister of Health of the nation, anticipated enjoying the mesmerizing and breadth taking views of Saint Lucia. It is worth noting that Saint Lucia is known to be one of the must-visit places for people who love to travel to a peaceful, safe and secure place.
The country is known for its beaches, mountains and hotel, which offers an ultra-luxurious stay to visitors. In addition to this, Saint Lucia is also popular for being connected with the culture and tradition and providing a friendly travel experience.