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I have more than 20 years of experience as a taxi driver in St. Lucia. I operate a taxi that is authorized by St. Lucia's Ministry of Tourism. Additionally, my taxi is COVID Certified. I can help you find and enjoy the best of
St. Lucia during your visit. If you are looking for safe and quick transfer from Hewanorra International Airport or longer relaxed island tour you can depend on me.

As an experienced taxi driver, thousands of tourists have enjoyed my service since 1996. My main concerns while you are using my service are your safety and comfort, especially today. Browse the information I have about tourist safety and the things to do list in St. Lucia. If the service you want is not listed or if you have questions, you may call me directly or email me.

Airport Transfers

UVF  aiport pick up and transfer to your destination in St. Lucia. We customize our services to meet your needs, whether you need a ride to  Rodney Bay, a visit to Gros Islet, a sightseeing adventure,  or a tour of Castries, Saint Lucia.

St. Lucia Island Tours

Half-day tours to Marigot Bay, see government house, the Morne, a banana plantation and St. Lucia rum distillery. All day tours to see the Pitons and volcano in Soufriere. See the fishing villages of Anse-La-Ray and Canaries, waterfall and botanical gardens.

Chauffeur Service

If you want the luxury of being chauffeured, this option is for you. You decide the pace. This service is billed per hour with a three hour minimum booking. This option is ideal for shopping or business.


St. Lucia

St. Lucia Taxi offers friendly, dependable taxi services, chauffeur drivers, and tours throughout St. Lucia. Read below to learn a little more about the island.


St. Lucia is 27 miles long, 14 miles wide and is 238 square miles or 616 square kilometers. That’s about 3.5 times the size of Washington.


St. Lucia’s highest mountain is Morne Gimie at 3118 ft or 950 m. Morne Fortune is the highest point above sea level at 900 ft.


While the official language of the island is English, most people speak a French Patois making the island unofficially bilingual.


St. Lucia’s population is estimated at 170,000. Saint Lucia’s population is predominantly of African and mixed African-European descent, with a small Indo-Caribbean minority (3%)


The official currency is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (EC) and it is tied to the US dollar. Recently $1.00US is approximately $2.67EC.


220 volts, 50 cycles AC (a few hotels are 110 volts, 60 cycles). Please verify with your accommodation. Most sockets are three 3 pin square plugs (UK standard) but some take 2 pin round plugs (American). Adaptors are generally available at the hotels.


St Lucia Destinations

There's no shortage of activities in St. Lucia: deep sea fishing, flyboarding, golfing, hiking, horseback riding, island tours, plantation tours, shopping, snorkeling, sunset cruises, scuba diving, sailing, whale watching, zip-lining. Let me help you find the perfect activities.

I am here to provide with courteous and professional transportation. I can transfer you from your point of arrival to these popular hotels in St. Lucia: Vieux Fort Airport to Royalton St. Lucia, Vieux Fort Airport to Morgan Bay, Vieux Fort Airport to Sandals hotels in St. Lucia, Vieux Fort to Jade Mountain, Vieux Fort to Ladera, Vieux Fort to Sandals Grande. I am also available for private and group tours in St. Lucia.


Customer Reviews

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Charles & Judy Clayman


15th March 2015

We enjoyed our sightseeing excursion with Victor Joseph who carefully navigated the island roads, was quite knowledgeable about the St.Lucia’s history and culture, and stopped along the route to note points of interest while we stretched our legs. It was an informative and interesting adventure, one we recommend.

Charles & Judy ClaymanHappy Customer


1st April 2015

Vic was absolutely brilliant…I highly recommend his services when you visit St Lucia as they are second to none and very reasonably priced.

MosesUnited Kingdom

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20th June 2015

Excellent service and great prices. Will definitely use again when back in St Lucia.

DarylUnited Kingdom

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September 25th 2015

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Tourist Safety

Tourists are always vulnerable to crime everywhere consequently tourist safety is important to me in St. Lucia. I have listed a few safety measures that I think will help with your safety while you visit St. Lucia.  This list is simply to serve as a reminder that you should remain vigilant while on vacation in St. Lucia. Our  basic tourist safety  information deals with street behavior, precautions you should take at your hotel, hospital information, St. Lucia Police Department and St. Lucia Fire Department emergency numbers and information about  three major embassies. Here are some tips to make your vacation less stressful in Saint Lucia.
Street Safety Tips for Tourists St. Lucia

  • Make a note of emergency telephone numbers you may need: police, fire, your hotel, and the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate.
  • Don’t use short cuts, narrow alleys or poorly lit streets.
  • Do not to travel alone at night.
  • Avoid public demonstrations and other civil disturbances.
  • Keep a low profile and avoid loud conversations or arguments.
  • Do not discuss travel plans or other personal matters with strangers.
  • If you are confronted, don’t fight back – give up your valuables.
  • Do not accept food or drink from strangers.
  • Refrain from carrying a lot of cash and do not flash money in public.

Hotel Safety Tips for Tourists in St. Lucia

  • Keep your hotel door locked at all times.
  • Meet visitors in the lobby.
  • Do not leave money and other valuables in your hotel room while you are out. Use the hotel safe.
  • If you are out late at night, let someone know when you expect to return.
  • Read the fire safety instructions in your hotel room.
  • Know how to report a fire, and be sure you know where the nearest fire exits and alternate exits are located.
  • Avoid carrying large amounts of cash.
  • Change your travelers’ checks only as you need money.
  • Countersign travelers’ checks only in front of the person who will cash them.
  • Do not flash large amounts of money when paying a bill.
  • Make sure your credit card is returned to you after each transaction.
  • Deal only with authorized agents when you exchange money, buy airline tickets or purchase souvenirs.
  • Do not change money on the black market.

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