Under the real estate investment system, which involves a minimum USD 300,000 acquisition of approved property (full or limited stake) in St. Lucia in Hotels, Resorts, or Luxury homes, all international investors and families are eligible for St. Lucia citizenship. Purchasers of real estate must pay additional costs, such as those associated with due diligence, citizenship procedures, and property registration.


The following real estate initiatives have received government approval in St. Lucia as part of the economic citizenship by investment (CIP) programme.

  • Canelles Resort
  • Alpina St Lucia Hotel


A project with Caribbean GALAXY Real Estate Ltd. is the Saint Lucia Canelles Resort Real Estate Investment. A luxury resort created by the Galaxy Group and run by AMResorts, an Apple Leisure Group affiliate, is the Saint Lucia Canelles Resort.

This resort features the Dreams and Zoetry brands in addition to the Canelles Oceanfront Apartments, which provide high-end luxury for couples and families in perfect coastal surroundings. It will offer a picture-perfect vacation experience with warm service and romantic elements thanks to its roomy suites and elegantly fitted and opulently furnished accommodations.

It won’t take long for the Saint Lucia Canelles Resort to establish itself as a major hub for both leisure and investment prospects.

The applicant must sign a legally binding buy and sales agreement for a minimum investment of US$300,000 in the Canelles Resort Saint Lucia Real Estate Project, which has already received government approval.


Under Saint Lucia’s Citizenship by Investment programme, the Alpina Saint Lucia Hotel and Alpina Square are approved real estate developments. Both initiatives are a component of the “Equine Lagoon” at Site A of the PEARL OF THE CARIBBEAN Integrated Resort Development, which also includes a Thoroughbred horse racing track of high international calibre that is already operational and is run by the Royal Saint Lucia Turf Club.

Both projects are situated approximately five minutes from the Hewanorra International Airport, which is presently undergoing a significant redevelopment, in the southern region of the island. The projects are in a convenient location due to their proximity to the Hewanorra International Airport and easy access to popular tourist destinations along the western coast of Saint Lucia’s pristine Caribbean Sea, including the Pitons, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the historic town of Soufrière, the Soufriere Sulphur Springs, the Diamond Falls and Botanical Gardens, etc., which are all within 30 km of the projects.

The Alpina Saint Lucia Hotel, located next to one another, will be run by Alpina Management AG, the organisation in charge of The Alpina Mountain Resort & Spa in Tschiertschen, Switzerland. Along with housing a hotel, the Alpina Saint Lucia will house a school run in collaboration with notable universities throughout the world. On the other side, Alpina Square will be run by The Alpina Saint Lucia Hotel and is home to upscale business and retail areas.

Step 1

Sign the initial reservation form and provide the developer the initial deposit of 10% of the purchase price.

Step 2

Initial citizenship application and necessary paperwork through an agent. Additionally, you must pay $7500 in due diligence fees. Investor will sign a selling and buy contract.

Step 3

Government issues a permission notice after two to three months, and you have seven days to pay the remaining balance for real estate and government costs.

Step 4

The government receives the proof of ownership, and you will receive your "citizenship certificate" in 3–4 weeks.

Step 5

Applying for a St. Lucia passport via a "certificate of citizenship" typically takes one week and is handled by an authorised agent.


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