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We did a tour that included either mud bath OR the volcano. We opted for the mud bath, but we could see the "back" of the volcano from the bridge. It was really neat to see it steaming! We could also see the water running...More
We visited St Lucia on a cruise and took a tour that included La Soufriere, the “drive-in” volcano. Majestic views before and after made the ride totally worth it but the actual tour of the volcano site is an education. This is not a loud,...More
We took a cruise along the western (Caribbean) coast of St. Lucia, and after docking in Soufriere, we boarded a minivan to visit the volcano and subsequently the Toraille waterfall.
It's a quick ride uphill to the "Drive-in-Volcano", last erupted evidently in 1766. As other...More
We have visited the Sulphur Springs Park on the way from the Boucan's and it definitely was worth the quick stop - for $8 USD per person you are assigned a tour guide (you can say no of course) - the visit itself is quite...More
I visited the volcano with Dr Bala and his family. The park is well maintained. The walk through the still smoking volcano was interesting. The guide assigned to us was knowledgeable about the area. We also descended to the sulfur springs which are very popular...More
Not really 'drive in'. pay to go through a gate totally jammed with tour busses. park by the side of the road and walk to the stairs to see volcano is not that large but you do get a guide to tell you some of...More
The hype is great and the expectations were high. However, if you have experienced Rotorua or Reykjavík perhaps you will be disappointed. We did this as a cruise excursion and although the day was good with some history of the island and a views of...More
A good short time experience to have while visiting the island. They provide a guide who goes with you for the thirty minute experience, and provides insight, history, and information about the site. It was cool to see the boiling mud, smell the sulfurous fumes,...More