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Mamiku Gardens

St. Lucia
455-3729
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A very tranquil place to have a decent walk without needing a guide

We enjoyed our visit to Mamiku Gardens as it was a nice place to walk without needing a guide which... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
camval
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Cambridge, England
Rude staff and not much to see

We visited with a friend who is St Lucian. When we arrived, nobody was on the gate. We had the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Jenny B
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This 22-acre garden estate includes the ruins of an 18th-century house and three distinct gardens.
  • Excellent47%
  • Very good25%
  • Average15%
  • Poor8%
  • Terrible5%
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“banana cake” (6 reviews)
“guided tour” (5 reviews)
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We enjoyed our visit to Mamiku Gardens as it was a nice place to walk without needing a guide which seemed to be necessary in many other places in St Lucia. They give you a map as you go in and an extensive listing of...More

Thank camval
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited with a friend who is St Lucian. When we arrived, nobody was on the gate. We had the entrance fee in our hand ready to pay. We looked around and all we saw was a large notice about free wifi at the cafe....More

Thank Jenny B
Reviewed 29 October 2017

I was picked up by Rosalind (Impy) at my hotel in Rodney Bay. On our way to the garden, I learned its history. Her family came into possession of this estate in the early 1900's. Presently someone else does the banana farming on a section...More

Thank wanderluster77143
Reviewed 7 June 2017 via mobile

The gardens themselves are well laid out and have some nice plant specimens, however, overall the gardens seemed a little tired and in need of some more attention e.g. removing all the leaf litter from the paths to the old house to make them a...More

Thank Blended_Bunnies
Reviewed 3 April 2017

Driving down the east coast. Good if you like driving around bends. Came across Mamiku Gardens which was a welcome distraction from going round the bend. Historical site with a wide variety of flora and fauna. 20 ECD entrance fee.

Thank Ken18
Reviewed 1 March 2017

We combined a visit to the gardens with a round trip through the adjacent forest with a local guide. We learnt about the growth and production of bananas and the uses of coconuts. This was the more interesting part of the visit. The gardens themselves...More

Thank Andrew C
Reviewed 14 February 2017

If you are staying at the Fox Grove Inn (see separate report) then you are just twenty minutes walk from Mamiku Gardens. The entrance fee is EC$ 20 and is paid to the lady who runs the little cafe. The gardens are well laid out...More

1  Thank Mike L
Reviewed 12 February 2017

OK, it was a very quiet day, but the reception was off-hand and the 'refreshments' were a joke. Having said that, the place is interesting but not desperately well maintained. Lots of lovely orchids, and the deepest softest lawn ever! Lots of plant marking numbers...More

Thank bbrt
Reviewed 22 January 2017

As members of the RHS we were keen to visit these gardens even though it was quite a trek from Castries.(For the non Brits, RHS is the Royal Horticultural Society and Wisley is their flagship garden in Surrey.) Although the botanical list we were given...More

Thank JohnSCD
Reviewed 19 January 2017 via mobile

Mamiku offers well presented gardens (with fauna guide) in part shade set in peaceful grounds. Worth stopping by if you're in the area. There is a cafe and restrooms in the grounds.

Thank Matthew M
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