Weather Averages for St Lucia in January
Averages for St Lucia in January
Temperatures are constant throughout the year in St. Lucia.
The only weather issue that tourists will ever have to deal with is rain, which can lead to more severe tropical weather some parts of the year. This is not a concern in January, however.
Surprisingly, January is the second month of the actual tourist season, since it follows the rather rainy months of the autumn.
It’s hard to say that there is a bad time to visit St. Lucia, though. Many people believe that they have literally found paradise and will not vacation anywhere else, going back there year after year.
Year round, the island hosts three exciting events that are aimed as much toward the locals as they are the tourists. First, Gros Islet Friday Night Street Party will be held at least three nights per month. Music blares as people dance in the street.
Visitors to this island must visit the Pitons, two mountains that are part of the Lesser Antilles. These mountains are the most photographed landmark on the island for good reason. Many adventurers hike up one or both of them for the one-of-a-kind vistas that await them at the top.
Those interested in water sports, especially scuba diving, will find the Marigot Beach Club and Dive Resort a great when looking for accommodation. The affordable resort is a PADI certified dive centre and also offers other water sports, sailing tours and excursions for guests.