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We visited the sulphur springs and mud baths. The bubbling sulphur was ok for a visit, but it's only a short visit where you have a small talk about the volcano before traders try and stop you leaving to try and sell you things. A...More
If you do this prepare for crowds and sharing the same nasty mud with strangers. Don’t bring any personal belongings with you either, there are no lockers. We walked in, felt immediately uncomfortable and walked out. That was a waste of money.
I am a nerdy girl, so I enjoyed the museum and volcano. I did not get to take a mud bath, but my friend did and she really enjoyed it. As with most volcanoes, explorers have to do a lot of walking up and down...More
Dived here as part of a boat trip which stopped at several places, and the sea wall provided lots to look at. There were plenty of fish, coral and geology to look at plus lobster pots. Very deep due to it being a wall.
Stopped by as part of a tour. Enterestimg time with experience. Can be very busy with all the tour groups. Make sure you were an old suit as it can be stained. Lots of good pictures so make sure someone can take them for you...More
Went to Soufriere Marine Management Area which was included as part of a boat trip, The mud bath was warm and after you plastered each other' body with grey and black clay with various designs. It was quite fun and enjoyable and after went back...More
This is from mother earth. If you have any aches and pains, it will make you feel better. Go early in the morning or later in the afternoon when there aren't crowds of people there. Wear an old swim suit or old shorts and t-shirt...More
Hi, You can negotiate anything. I would check with the hotel though and have them arrange the taxi. To be safe, I would have the water taxi wait for you because it is a little remote where you're going. I don't know cost... More
Hi, You can negotiate anything. I would check with the hotel though and have them arrange the taxi. To be safe, I would have the water taxi wait for you because it is a little remote where you're going. I don't know cost, sorry. Enjoy your time!
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Hello, There is so much to do. You can check my reviews for St. Lucia under FRISCOBOY for starters. I am not sure about swimming with dolphins, you can google that. There is scuba, snorkling, waterfalls, drive in volcano... More
Hello, There is so much to do. You can check my reviews for St. Lucia under FRISCOBOY for starters. I am not sure about swimming with dolphins, you can google that. There is scuba, snorkling, waterfalls, drive in volcano, hot springs, mud baths, Gros Piton hike(very tuff for most), great food, lighthouses, great overlooks, St. Lucia helicopter tours. The list goes on and on, not enough time for everything. Your can order some travel info thru St. Lucia tourism. My reviews gave a lot of info, check them out. Take care and enjoy, the island was a blast and a vehicle is a must if you really want to see things.