St. Lucia: Places to Go
Twelve acres of enchanting landscaped tropical gardens overlooking the
Frigate Islands, on the site of a 17th century plantation. The ruins of
the plantation house are now the sites of an archaeological dig.
Diamond Botanical Gardens:
A waterfall and mineral bath makes up the wonder of this garden.
The lush beauty of this gardens makes for a wonderful and interesting
tour. The tropical fauna is a testament of the islands exotic style.
Fond Latisan Creole Park:
Get a taste of "the way we were" on this tour. An interesting
historical display of cooking the way it was many years ago. Have a sample
of the food cooked on leaves.
Castries Heritage Walk:
Take a historical walk to years gone by in the buildings that have
survived the elements of nature and still stand as a testament of the
fortitude of the St. Lucian people.
Pigeon Island National Landmark:
It was once a hideout for pirates, a military bade and the home of the
Amerindians. This contains a literal catacomb of historical information.
This forty-acre islet restores by the St. Lucia National Trust and
designated it as a landmark.
Fond Doux Estate:
An authentic plantation house is just one of the beauties of this
Morne Coubaril Estates:
A unique Sugar plantation it consists of a theatre, a museum and
restaurants, which was transformed from the original manioc and coco
A six-mile drive will take you to the beginning of the trail of this
lush rainforest. Experience the wonder of the ecosystem, while hiking get
acquainted with the fauna and wildlife that is a part of this
Edmond Forest Reserve:
Amidst the trees and lushness of this reserve find some of the most
beautiful plants and flowering shrubs the likes of orchids, lianas and
several varieties of mushrooms.
- For information:
- Tel. Ph; 758-450-2231