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A hiking trail winding along a number of scenic waterfalls.
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Reviewed 8 June 2017

We booked a guide through a local company and were glad that we did. She pointed out plants that we would have never noticed. She also identified the Saint Lucian Parrot call, and we were able to see a few! The trail leads to a...More

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Reviewed 29 April 2017 via mobile

We sort of accidentally did this. The gardener at the property we were staying at took us on a walk in the jungle and I only later realized it was in this area. We actually just got dropped off at the "town" at the bottom...More

Reviewed 24 February 2017

First off, don't even try for this trail if you don't have access to a 4 wheel drive vehicle. Take the east road out of Soufriere, past Ruby's and Jerusalem Falls. There is no sign for the trail off this road. Turn left onto a...More

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Reviewed 15 February 2017

Many advise to use a guide for this trail and we did first attempt to do so with the aid of one arranged by our hotel (Fond Doux). He was called Smith and apparently worked for "Exciting Tours". The deal was touted as a 3-4...More

2  Thank Norman W
Reviewed 3 January 2017

Highlight of the vacation! Located in the Edmund Forest Reserve, the EnBas Saut trail leads to an outstanding waterfall. This area has very little foot traffic and it is doubtful that you will find anyone else here during your trek, other than those that have...More

1  Thank Brian D
Reviewed 7 December 2016

This hike took us about four hours. The first part of the trail is a forest road used by farmers and rastafarians. Very pleasant scenery, there are several places where you get a good view of Mt. Jimmy. The last part of the road was...More

Thank David C
Reviewed 27 November 2016

Directions are not well marked, even though it is very close to the only "highway." At the small village of Migny, just few hundred meters from the parking area, dozens of people flocked our car (due to road condition, couldn't drive fast enough), all claiming...More

2  Thank sylvia f
Reviewed 15 November 2016

My husband and I were determined to get into the backcountry of St. Lucia, and this was it! The drive (as we expected from reviews) was pretty rough on our tiny little rental "SUV". We got there and was greeted by 2 guides. BUt, the...More

Thank LauraPas2014
Reviewed 26 September 2016

Resist the temptation of the waterfall (there are MUCH better ones elsewhere anyways) and stay on the main trail, walking past the trail down to the waterfall. You will be rewarded with an excellent hike including stunning look-out spots over the entire south and east...More

1  Thank odb331
Reviewed 21 July 2016 via mobile

If you are fit then the hike is not a big challenge. 90 mins up and down. Not much of a waterfall but really lovely scenery. All steps - pretty slippery. We managed with a very small hire car but would not recommend it. Easy...More

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