Saint Lucia Tourist Board Launches New Website With #OnlyInSaintLucia Sweepstakes

Photo courtesy of Saint Lucia Tourist Board

The Saint Lucia Tourist Board recently launched its new #OnlyInSaintLucia Scavenger Hunt Sweepstakes, marking the debut of its redesigned website,

The website uses a map explorer component that highlights hotels, local restaurants, and a variety of activities located throughout the island. There are also new wedding and honeymoon landing pages. The pages help travelers plan a trip by providing a list of the top five proposal locations, wedding packages and honeymoon activities, along with other useful tools. 

The new website also includes a downloadable media gallery, a live chat feature, and specialized sections for travel trade, diaspora, meetings and incentives.


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The #OnlyInSaintLucia Scavenger Hunt Sweepstakes is designed to encourage travelers to visit Saint Lucia by entering to win a six night Caribbean vacation on the island. To enter, participants are given the chance to answer one question every day for fourteen days. A new question will be posted to the website's contest landing page every morning at 9 a.m. EST, now through June 15. The more questions answered correctly, the better the chance of winning.

One winner and a guest will receive a three night stay in the southern part of the island at Ladera, located between the Pitons, as well as a three night stay in the north of Saint Lucia at Cap Maison, set on a private cliff overlooking the sea and a private beach. The prize includes accommodations, most meals and beverages, round-trip airfare, and on-island airport transfers for two adults. Participants must be U.S. residents and 21 years of age or older.


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