Nice waterfall set in the middle of a beautiful botanical garden, however with so much to see and do on the island, this is not a must see.
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This is a lovely area and a nice photo op if you aren't pushed for time. Make sure you wear shoes (my husband didn't realize there was a small trail to navigate and forgot to get shoes off the taxi). Overall, a quaint stop if...More
This is a lovely natural waterfall in the rainforest that we used to shower off the mud having visited the volcano mud bath - powerful shower!
This was one of the highlights of our trip to St. Lucia. The gardens are filled with flowers, ferns, and other amazing local flora. We went around 3 PM and practically had the place to ourselves. We also visited the baths nearby and had a...More
The gardens are manicured and well labelled. I did not see a need for a tour guide. Take a towel and a bathing suit with you. You can get changed and try out the natural warms of the mineral springs. These are NOT sulphur mudbaths....More
We did this as part of a boat tour. It was worth it when we did it all together but if we had traveled all the way from Castries I would have been disappointed. A great photo opportunity.
This is interesting.The story is the main reason to visit so go with a guide.Obviously it is a good photo opportunity.The colours are very different
We really wanted to dip our feet in or go in the waterfall but it was not allowed due to safety concerns (falling rocks). It's nice to look at, that's it.