First I need to clarify something about St Lucia waterfalls in general- . The fact is that there aren't that many waterfalls in St Lucia that can be visited by the public. Also most of these have also been partially or fully destroyed by hurricanes over the past years. Therefore, you should appreciate the ones that the island possesses with the right expectations I have seen fantastic waterfalls in many parts of the World and even if waterfalls in St Lucia aren't the best, they are still beautiful.
Having said this, I am rating this waterfall on the context of St Lucia - I consider it excellent. It's a lovely place with a nice 10mts (50ft) waterfall, having a small pool where you can swim (one of the few in St Lucia) or stay under the waterfall (but I suppose you won't under it for a long time, given the "pressure" of the water!). It's great to stay there for some 20-25 minutes to really appreciate the place, take some nice pictures and have a short swim.
The negative part is that due to the fact that public waterfalls are scarce in the island and this is so easily accessible, many tourists visit it. We were lucky enough to have the waterfalls all for ourselves for 10-15 minutes as we were doing the visit without being in any tour so we could stay there longer than tour groups. Even if you come with a tour you will still appreciate the site and you will have time to take some photos.
You will pay a small fee to enter this heritage site (10 usd - 8€), having some cabins to change clothes if you want, a small bar and a nice wooden bridge that will lead to a small botanical garden. You must realize that you are paying the maintenance and the staff of a heritage site from St Lucia, so it's a fair price. Opening hours vary but are usually from 9am to 5pm.
If you visit by car, just take the road parallel to the one that goes to the Diamond Waterfall & Gardens when coming from Soufriére - at the junction stay left instead of going to the right and drive for some 10 minutes (note that there is a part of the road in very bad shape, but keep driving in the same road and you will get there as the site is well signposted). If you are coming from the North, just go across town and turn left after the town church and then follow the same indications as mentioned above.
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