Errand Falls
Errand Falls
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Brian M
Lumberton, NC97 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2023
These falls are seasonal! We went in April which is the middle of the driest period in St Lucia. The water fall was a tiny misty trickle falling 40 feet down the rock face. Not much to see and not worth making a special trip for. Thankfully though we also went to the Tree Top Adventure park for zip lining which is only 1/2 a mile down the road. That was awesome! The hike to the falls was beautiful and easy so worth a stop by if you are interested and going to Tree Top. In rainier seasons it would probably be a lot nicer. Like others have already mentioned to find it go up a hill past Tree Top and look for the Rubbish Attracts Snakes sign on your left, easy to follow trail.
Written April 22, 2023
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Amanda
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2022 • Couples
This waterfall is a must see. If you've rented a vehicle it's easy to get here from anywhere on the island. The road to the Errand/Sault Falls is actually quite a good road. A few potholes but it was better than most of the roads we drove on in the touristy areas on the west coast.
In Dennery, you make the first right turn after the police station on your left (coming from the north). The falls trailhead is 5 km down this road on the left, just about 1.5km after you pass treetop adventures park. The Google maps pin is incorrect. Our Google search prior to going left us looking for a shack that marked the trailhead. There is no shack, just a little area to pull off the road. There is no sign, other than a plyboard sign mentioning something about picking up trash to avoid snakes -- but this might be gone by the time you go, so just remember: 5km down the road.
The hike is short- less than 5 minutes.
The falls are beautiful and we could wade in to stand under them. I'd recommend bathing suits and water shoes if you want to get the full experience. Definitely visit, and keep it pretty!
Written May 5, 2022
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amdgriggs
Sheffield, UK1,660 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Couples
... and be aware that these falls are variously know as Sault Falls, Dennery Falls or Errard Falls (the ‘Errand’ Falls they’re listed as by Trip Advisor is clearly a mistake). They’re significantly higher than the Toraille Falls on the west, near Soufriere, or the Latille Falls south west of Mamiku Gardens, there’s no charge to visit them, and they’re really dramatic - especially if like us you go and see them after a day of heavy rain when the river is swollen and reddish-brown with all the dissolved mud. The falls are actually relatively easy to find if you drive as far as the Treetops Adventure set-up, then drive about a mile further up this tarmac but potholed road, then stop and park at the pull-in by the disused wooden ticket kiosk on the left. From there it’s just an easy 100 yard or so walk down a track with some rough streps and lots of tree-roots to the river and your first view of the falls. How close you can then get all depends on the water level and your determination...
Written January 23, 2020
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The Coconut Travelers
Thunder Bay, Canada184 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2019 • Couples
Now THIS is the type of adventure we like to go on when searching for a waterfall. As nice as the ones are in Soufriere, there are better out there. These falls being on the east coast makes them less popular, but that’s ok! That just means more time for you and your group to enjoy them to yourselves!

We read a couple ways to get to these falls, but we found the trail thanks to going the wrong way! We drove waaaaaaaay too far past the trail opening (the trail opening near the top of the falls, not near the bottom where you have to hike up), but a VERY nice man harvesting bananas told us the little “house” to look for! After finding this house, we verified the trail with some local kids fixing their bike! How lucky is that!

We will provide pictures of the “house” and a screen shot of our offline map. The opening is approximately 1km PAST Treetop Adventures on your left hand side. We recommend downloading maps.me (maps “dot” me) from your App Store, it’s very accurate and tracks your movement compared to google (other) offline maps.

The great thing about these falls is there’s actually some hiking involved. Nothing strenuous, and there is a path with some steps! We like to do our fall hikes in watershoes, but we definitely recommend something water friendly! You will have to cross some areas about ankle deep. A fun thing to do would be to start at the bottom of the falls and climb your way UP them through the water! Very scenic in the way the falls are layered. No fast rushing water.

The water at the falls wasn’t coming down as much as some pictures we saw, but it was amazing to witness the sheer massiveness of the rock wall! The pool at the base of the falls is deceiving in depth! Some shallow areas but it does get close to waist deep. Cute little harmless fish will also come check you out!

Overall we were very happy with the adventure of going out there to see it! Was nice to not be surrounded by tour buses, have an actual trail and space to just stop. Take it all in. And appreciate the lushness of St. Lucia. On the path you can also expect to hear some beautiful birds and huge colourful flowers!
Written February 17, 2019
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Merry E
Gainesville, FL303 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2018 • Couples
It is a small adventure just to get here, but well worth it. We stayed in Soufriere, and had a rental car, but there is no signage to help get here, and no signage when arriving. We found the place by using others tips. Therefore I will pass that help along, on the road out of Dennery (Mole road) that heads inland (first main road on your left that you come to from the south when getting down into Dennery), you will travel several miles along Mole Rd before climbing up into the hills again.Go past the zipline place and keep going for a couple more miles (the road deteriorates rather badly here). You will finally come to a green painted kiosk box on the left (the first and only structure you come to past the zipline business). The box was empty/unattended, but there is a trail right next to the kiosk, and a small parking spot next to the road. The trail is only 50-80 yards or so, and then you come to the river. Remove your shoes or use water shoes and wade across (there are several shallow spots less than 2 feet deep) to the other side, and go up the rocks on the left (there are old stairs set in the rocks), and you will be able to see the falls about 30 yards further on. They are as described, and very beautiful, and there is a shallow pool under the falls to dip in. They are the most spectacular we saw while on the island.
Written December 21, 2018
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gorocketdog
United States582 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2014 • Couples
Although I did not hike to ALL the waterfalls at nearby La Tille falls, I went to quite a few on Saint Lucia and these were BY FAR the best because #1 they are free; #2 they are secluded in the jungle & #3 they are not well-known. I think these may also be called Dennery Falls as they are outside (south) of the town of Dennery off the main highway. I'd love to give you specific directions but that's not how beautiful sights stay beautiful... they must remain hidden. However, the locals are quite knowledgeable about the falls and were helpful in guiding us there. You'll think you've made a wrong turn as you go awhile down a jungle road lined with workers and banana trees. The water was warm & scenic as two trails of water pour down a sheer rock wall. Videos are on my YouTube channel (gorocketdog)
Written December 28, 2014
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Nick M
Winston Salem, NC207 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2014 • Couples
We visited Errand Falls on our own not part of a tour group since we had a rental car. The location is very remote and tourist traffic at the falls is minimal. This is by far the best falls on the island and amazingly has no charge to visit (it seems like elsewhere on the island you're charged to see everything!) It's a decent sized falls, about 60 feet and has a nice area for swimming. The location is very remote. To reach the falls, take the road towards the Treetop adventures Zipline which turns off the main east coast highway beside a small bridge and bus stop just south of Dennery. You'll have to drive back into the jungle about 20 min. Once you pass the treetop adventures outfit (cant miss it) on the left, there is a small shack/changing hut on the left side of the road in another half mile. The trail down to the falls is easy to follow from the roadside pull off. Visit this place before the resorts start busing people in and crowds take over!!
Written April 24, 2014
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Nick
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2021 • Family
Great place. Secluded and enchanting. Note - the little shack where the trail starts (mentioned by other posters) is no longer there. Fairly easy to find the trail head though - it’s about a quarter/half mile past the Treetop Adventure entrance on the left.
Written January 24, 2021
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g2k
ottawa ontario canada34 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020
We stopped by this waterfall on the way to the airport. The drive in is a bit long but the road is pretty good. The walk from the road is pretty short and the river and the water fall are very nice.
Written February 9, 2020
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Ben Z
Muskego, WI21 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2015 • Couples
Also heard it referred to as Dennery Falls or Sault Falls. Way more satisfying than the tourist trap waterfalls. Had to have a local boy jump in the car with us to find it, but he said he had been there often. He did a great job of navigating us there. It is only a short walk off the road, but you do have to hop some rocks over the water for the best photos.
Written April 9, 2015
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