We quickly walked through. It was crowded so I suggest you go early. We paid extra for the 'private' mineral bath.
we went to st lucia with cruise for a one day ,we have 2 kids under 6 so we couldn't be able to climb on pitons than we grabbed by this people on the cruise port , i can not remember agencies name but they are the only one at the port door and they have round desk and uniform,... More
We visited about 3.30pm and virtually had the garden to ourselves and no guide around not that you need one. Nicely kept gardens with good descriptive signs and an easy trail to follow which takes you to the Diamond Waterfall.
We visited yesterday as a family of 1 adult and 2 teenagers. It is an absolutely beautiful place and certainly a 'must do' if you are in the Soufriere area. Admission is $9 each and you will receive a tour guide who will tell you first of all that gratuities ARE accepted....so be prepared to tip at the end of... More
Nice display botanical garden. The highlight of course is the diamond fall. Even though crowded with tourist if you wait a while it will eventually clear to have a better view of the fall. The baths are not very exiting and also crowded.
We visited the garden late in the day last week, so we had no time to use the baths. We paid the $6 USD entrance fee, and were left to ourselves to explore the gardens and waterfall. It was nice to be allowed to explore on our own; in fact it's one of the only attractions in St. Lucia we... More
This took about 45 minutes with the guide explaining the sights as you walk. The entrance fee is minimal and then you tip the guide at the end. It was one of my favorite experiences on our vacation and highly recommend it.
We stopped her for an hour as part of a tour and only wish we had more time. The small waterfall pretty but the mineral baths did not look appealing at all. Good spot for bird watching.
While in the Soufriere area we asked our driver to take us to the Botanical Gardens, which are on the outskirts of the city. We initially thought we would skip the gardens and waterfall, as some fellow travelers hadn't sounded particularly impressed, but we had some extra time so decided to pay a visit. All in all we were glad... More
beautiful. Ms Robinson what a wonderful owner so sweet and gave us an extra look at the inside bathhouse where we saw the mineral hot springs running on down.
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