Explore Saint Lucia’s west coast from Castries to Soufriere, via Marigot Bay. Visit the sugarcane plantation in Anse La Raye and the Botanical Gardens and cascades of the Diamond Waterfalls. Wallow in the mud of the Sulphur Springs.
What to Expect
Enjoy a comprehensive full-day tour of St. Lucia’s scenic west coast, from the colonial remains of Castries and Soufriere, to the natural wonders of the Piton Mountains.
Start your tour at the Baywalk Mall in Rodney, or Castries for cruise ship passengers. Then, head for Marigot Bay, where the 1966 “Dr. Doolittle” movie was filmed. Marvel at the sugarcane plantations of Anse La Raye, and pass quaint fishing villages en route to Soufriere.
Upon arrival in the old French capital, get up-close views of the iconic Piton Mountains. You will also have the chance to visit the Sulphur Springs, home to the world’s only drive-in volcano. Revitalize your skin at the mineral baths, with the option of a mud bath.
Stroll the Botanical Gardens of Soufriere, surrounded by the beauty of St. Lucia’s flora and fauna. Home to the Diamond Waterfall, the cascades create brilliant colors on the rock face when they interact with the rock’s minerals.
Meet at the Baywalk Mall in Rodney. If you are arriving by cruise ship, pick-up is in Castries