Josh spends the day ashore in St. Lucia discovering the landscape, food, and art of one of the Caribbean's most beautiful islands. He visits a rainforest where high in the trees, he learns the importance of the rainforest to the island's population. Then, he experiences its lushness by zip-lining across the tree canopy. Next, Josh visits the oldest working estate on the island that grows and produces St. Lucia's world-famous chocolate. Here, Josh learns an old technique for polishing cocoa beans by dancing on them in a barrel. He takes a food tour through St. Lucia's largest outdoor market and learns about native fruits and how once-exotic spices helped create the island's popular creole cuisine and sits down for a plate of St. Lucia's national dish of salted fish and green figs. Finally, Josh meets with two local artists, a father and son, whose work embodies the spirit and traditions of the island carved into scavenged wood.