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The Sulphur Springs Park is a world renowned site where visitors from all over the world come to experience the black water pool baths and learn about the drive in volcano's history in a guided tour through the park.
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Firstly, the good points. The views are incredible and are absolutely worth seeing.
Now the bad points. Far, far too many people in the baths, so we gave it a miss. Quite why anyone would want to be mixing it with that many strangers in...More
Called at the Sulphur Springs as part of the Catamaran Cruise and well worth a visit even though its only a short one, but the guides are pretty good and give a good explanation etc. The bubbling mud and steam are worth watching and it...More
When i think of the sulphur springs all that come to mind is the warm sulphur baths with the rejuvenating sulphur soap which transforms your skin while at the same tike relaxes you. Its truely a natural attraction that you should not miss. The sulphur...More
This was included in an all-day tour we took with Real St. Lucia Tours. It's a "must-see"....you pay a small entrance fee, and then a guide escorts you up a paved path where you can get a great view. The guide describes the volcano and...More
This was a lovely, informative and great to experience tour. We didn’t do the mud baths as we’ve done it elsewhere and not keen. However the the volcanic activity doing its stuff and affecting what is on the surface and around the environment was brilliant....More
I traveled solo to St. Lucia the 2nd week of December 2018 for a long overdue vacation. I stayed locally in Soufriere and am so glad I did. I booked Alton from Real Tours to take me north of the island and back. My last...More
We had a 30 minute stop here as part of a larger tour. So it was a fun break, but I would be disappointed if this was the highlight of the tour. It is crowded and you have to just jump in and go with...More
I am staying near Rodney Bay & would like to take a sea/land trip to Soufiere including the Diamond Bot. Gardens, Sulphur Springs, Soufiere, snorkeling at Anse Chastenant or Anse Chochon. Any advice on who to book with?
September 10, 2009|
Hi, I would book direct with the Brig Unicorn their day trip does all of that. Search this forum or google it to get details STEVE
Charleston, South Carolina
Tour ideas for someone who has a bad back and neck (3 Replies)
Hi there! I'll be visiting St. Lucia for the day next month. I'm quiet excited for this is where my parents honeymooned 40+ years ago. I've been looking at tours and they all seem to be about four to six hours long some just driving, some just cruising around the island by boat....and most with the combination of the two. Unfortunately, with three titanium plates in my neck....and a lower back shot to h@ll...I don't think these tours would work for me. My question to the forum is to see...More
August 25, 2013|
HIre a taxi once you get off the ship -- there will be plenty waiting for your business. Unfortunately it takes quite a bit of time to wander anywhere on the island so I don't know how much sightseeing you will actually get in as it takes a bit of time to get from Point A to Point B. You might want to consider a trip to Marigot Bay with a few stops along the way as I think that might work well for a half a day.
Am I in the right direction? Thanks for any help (2 Replies)
As always I must consult this great forum before any vacation decision. This will be my first time to St Lucia, we are 40’s couple who are outing and into nature, culture, and beaches. We do not like night-live, or shopping. Based on what I read looks like Soufriere Area (in particular La Haut Plantation) is the right area for us. We are planning for first week of September, we want to climb the pitons, snorkel, and explore natural trail and of course local food, my list of excursions I think...More
June 20, 2013|
Ok - will do what I can: Trips - all of these are doable in 4 days - except Aanasi ATV. That is in the far north - a 1.5 hour drive one way, would really take away from the other things you want to do. Most of these are not all day, or even half day experiences, you can easily make mornings out of most with afternoons free for snorkel/swim. Day one: La Soufriere Drive-In Volcano & Sulphur Springs Diamond Waterfalls & Diamond Botanical Gardens & Tet Paul Nature Trail,...More