Visa requirements to enter Saint Lucia depend on your country of citizenship, purpose of travel, and intended length of stay, but it should be noted that the policies for Saint Lucia (and every other country in the world) are subject to rapid change due to world events and security issues.
It is therefore wise to check policies for your country of citizenship and Saint Lucia as part of your travel planning to insure what requirements are currently in place.
Note that passports are different than visas.
The most up-to-date info can be found at do you need a passport for St. Lucia?
However, the general rules for most persons coming to Saint Lucia on holiday are as follows:
- Nationals from the USA, UK, and Canada do not require a visa for stays up to six weeks
- Nationals from countries which belong to the Organisation for Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) do not require a visa
- Nationals of European Union countries do not require a visa for stays up to four weeks with the exception of nationals from the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania and Slovak Republic, who do require a visa
If your country of citizenship was not listed above or if you wish to confirm your requirements, below is a website link which will allow you check the visa requirements for any country.