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I have this question.
Is it true that St. Lucia passport holders are eligible for visa-free countries?
I am thinking about moving to St. Lucia, what are the advantages of living there?
For me, it is really a huge advantage that they have visa-free countries, as I have a frequent business trips.
I travel a lot for work and family, so when choosing a place to live, I leaned on the fact that I can safely leave the country and travel.
As a tourist haven, this country suits travelers who are looking for incredible places to visit if they need peace and relaxation. Their numbers are constantly growing, and the island's economy relies heavily on tourism. In 2019, 424,000 people came to this country from abroad.
This is a solid figure compared to 395,000 in 2018 or 306,000 in 2010.
From all of the above, we can conclude that St. Lucia may be a good fit for investment in the tourism industry.
But I would advise you to read an article on the subject https://migronis.com/blog/visa-free-countries-for-st-lucia-passport... if you are really thinking about moving there or just visiting the place.
For me, it is the most suitable option, it is quiet and peaceful, you can spend a lot of time with the family in nature and quiet enough to work in addition.
I have lived in St. Lucia for 4 years now, and they have really done their best to make people interested and want to go there.
And the visa-free visa really attracts a lot of people, and I, including myself, was attracted.