Island webcams can either make you mad because you’re not there in that beautiful scenery, or they inspire you to book your next vacation. For me they are like a window into another land, a land I desperately wish to explore. It fascinates me to watch the boats sail in and out of the harbors and see the people enjoying themselves. A bit voyeuristic I suppose, but fun none-the-less.

This week’s Caribbean webcam comes from Rodney Bay in the enchanting island of St. Lucia. It is the area of the tourist activity, although it is situated the other end of the island to the international airport.

It is home to the beautiful Reduit beach, which is lined with some stunning local hotels and bars.
There is also the Rodney bay village which is a mixed residential and commercial area, where you will find nice residences and a variety of restaurants and bars to cater for most needs. This area is also home to the famous lime restaurant.


View towards Pigeon Island, St. Lucia

Webcam image courtesy of Cleopatra Villa Rentals

Have a great week Castaways.


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