Post # 1
My future husband is very sensitive to heat. He sweats like crazy, and it in turn, makes him a little crabby. However, he refuses to honeymoon anywhere other than a tropical beach.
I know St. Lucia faces the tradewinds, so my question is, is there a constant breeze? Such as Punta Cana? My siter honeymooned in Punta Cana and said that the constant breeze made all the difference to her.
Post # 3
Anywhere on the water is going to have wind coming off the water. Going more inland will be a problem, though. Once you’re sheltered from the coastline, the airflow is greatly reduced.
Post # 4
Well I live 30 minutes from St Lucia by plane and it is HOT!!! especially between may to september but you never know what to expect.
Post # 5
I went to St. Lucia in the end of September and I don’t remember it being breezy. I do remember it being hot though. Maybe Punta Cana is a better bet?
Post # 6
We went to St Lucia in May. I great up in HOuston and I hate heat and humidity. It makes me really cranky. But, for some reason, when I travel, it doesnt bother me as much. I don’t remember there being a breeze. We were at a hotel called the Stonefield estate and you get your own pool and that made all the difference. We could hop in the pool any time day or night and feel better immediately.
Post # 7
I also went in May, and the heat and humidity were pretty killer. It was worst when when we were at our villa (which was on the hillside) or around the resort – however, there was a breeze by the beach. We also got bitten by a million mosquitos that loved the humidity. I don’t know if other seasons are better, but it was pretty rough when we were there.
Post # 8
We honeymooned in St. Lucia and it was rather hot. I would recommend Aruba. (We stayed at the Marriott Renissance Marina) We got engaged there on a vacation and the trade-winds kept it very comfortable. We went in April so I can’t attest to every month but from my understanding it is pretty good year round.
Post # 9
Just got back from St. Lucia and I would not consider it to be breezy on the land. However, the resorts are all air conditioned as are taxis so there is relief from the heat. We were able to do quite a bit of sailing though so there is a breeze on the ocean.