1 | Fort Rodney
Built in 1778, Fort Rodney offered a strategic view of the western approach, and all of Rodney Bay. Today, the fort is in ruins, but is a popular place for hikers to explore while on their journey in the Pigeon Island National Park.
Make your way 1.9 miles (3.1 km) to the northwest from the center of Rodney Bay to get to this historical site, which is situated on Pigeon Island. You will find it on property at Pigeon Island National Park.
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2 | Pigeon Island National Park
Once called the Pigeon Island National Park, this area of St. Lucia has now been dubbed the Pigeon Island National Landmark, and is considered to be one of the most important showings of island history, culture, and nature. Formerly the site of a British Garrison, this park is now a historical park and nature center, with restaurants, community events, and the still standing forts.
St. Lucia is located a few hundred yards (a quarter kilometer) to the south west of this nature sanctuary/wildlife reserve, which is located on Pigeon Island.
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3 | Red Lane Spa
As if the Sandals Resort was not relaxing enough, the Red Lane Spa guarantees to melt you in a peaceful bliss. Enjoy the moisturizers, the pressure, and the skilled art of masseuse as they release your tension and help make this vacation a relaxing one.
Travel east for a half mile (three quarters of a kilometer) from Pigeon Island National Park to reach this spa, which is situated at Sandals Grand St. Lucian Spa & Beach Resort.
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1 | Barre de l'Isle Forest Reserve
This popular climb and hike is a major eco-tourist attraction on St. Lucia, and any fan of hiking up mountains and fantastic views will want to give the Barre de l'Isle Forest Reserve a try.
This nature sanctuary/wildlife reserve is located 1.8 miles (3.0 km) south-southeast of L`Abbayee, and is on East Coast Road.
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1 | Sault Falls
Known also by Dennery and Errand Falls, Sault Faulls is one of the biggest waterfalls on the island. It is also one of the lesser-known falls, the perfect reprieve for visitors who prefer a quiet hike and dip in the cool pools that is fills.
This waterfall can be found a short distance away to the west of the center of Dennery.
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1 | Mamiku Gardens
A collection of tropical plants and ruins of a house built in the 1700's, the Mamiku Gardens are quite an adventure despite its well maintained state.
Interested visitors will find this botanical garden on Vieux Fort Highway, one and an eighth miles (a kilometer and a half) north of the center of Mon Repos.
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1 | Fregate Islands
Guests can find this nature sanctuary/wildlife reserve on Praslin, about a mile (approximately a kilometer and a half) east-northeast of the center of Praslin.
1 | Kai Belte Spa
Choose between private massages in the comfort of your hotel suite, or head down to the treatment center which features a view of the beach; whatever you feel most comfortable with is what Kay Belte Spa has to offer.
Head one and a quarter miles (two kilometers) to the northwest from the center of downtown Soufriere to get to this spa, which is situated on the same premises as Jade Mountain Resort.
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1 | Soufriere Marine Management Area
The center of downtown Soufriere is located one and a quarter miles (two kilometers) east-northeast of this nature sanctuary/wildlife reserve.
1 | Piton Falls
Nestled within one of St. Lucia's most sought after outdoor attractions, Pitons Falls is simply one of the sites that visitors staying in and around Soufriere must make it a point to see. You can do so from Sulfur Springs, but the bigger impact will be to take a quick hike and see the falls up close.
Found within easy traveling distance of Soufrière, this waterfall is a little more than a mile (approximately two kilometers) south of the center of downtown Soufriere.
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2 | Cocoa Juvenate Spa
Have you every wished you could just immerse yourself in chocolate? Well, at Cocoa Juvenate, you can.
This spa is on the premises of Hotel Chocolat, and is less than a mile east of Piton Falls.
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3 | Tanzanite Heights Waterfall
Even more off the beaten track than your typical waterfall, Tanzanite Heights is one that very few people actually travel to, despite its beauty. Set near the Morne Boubaril estate, you'll find this is one of the most serene natural destinations at the heart of town.
Interested guests will be able to find this waterfall within traveling distance from Soufrière, 0.4 miles (0.7 km) from Cocoa Juvenate Spa.
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4 | Sulphur Springs Park
One of the island's most famous natural attractions, the sulfur springs draws in over 200 thousand visitors each year. This 46-hectare park boasts a combination of geological features including the Caribbean’s only “drive-in volcano”, world-class interpretation center and two hot water bathing pools.
Situated on Tet Paul Nature Trail, this nature sanctuary/wildlife reserve is a short distance from Tanzanite Heights Waterfall.
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5 | Toraille Waterfalls
One of the biggest waterfalls in the area, Toraille is a natural heritage site and popular among tourists thanks to the facilities that are offered. It is also very easy to reach, so if you don't feel up for a challenging hike, you'll still reap the rewards of one of nature's works of art.
This waterfall is located about a mile (approximately a kilometer and a half) to the northeast of Sulphur Springs Park.
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A town with a storied history, today Soufriere is a popular resort destination along the west coast of St. Lucia which tells its tales mainly through Mother Nature. Nearly all of the most important attractions exist outside waiting to explored, but those who prefer cultural spots or places with entertainment value over natural wonders won't be disappointed either. You'll discover several beaches to enjoy… more…
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1 | Enbas Saut Falls
A scenic hike along a trail dotted with smaller waterfalls leads visitors to a gorgeous, awe inspiring waterfall called Enbas Saut. Wildlife tends to hide from hikers here, but on occasion a glimpse of the St. Lucian Parrot makes the trip worth it.
You will be able to find this waterfall within easy traveling distance of Soufrière, approximately three miles (approximately five kilometers) east of the center of downtown Soufriere.
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1 | Body Holiday Spa
Located at a resort that specializes in a restful and healing experience, it is no surprise that they have a spa like this one on-site. Regularly voted as the top spa in the region, you'll find all of your favorite massage, body rejuvenation, and beauty treatments are readily available here.
This spa is a mile and a half (two and a half kilometers) to the north of Gros Islet, and is on the same premises as Body Holiday At Lesport.
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1 | Rainforest Spa
Set at the base of Petit Piton, you don't find a more healing natural environment to surround yourself with as you embark on your healing massage journey.
Situated on the same premises as Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort, this spa is two miles (three kilometers) to the south of the center of Soufrière.
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1 | Edmund Rainforest Trail
This hiking trail is located 4.8 miles (7.8 km) to the east-southeast of the center of downtown Soufriere, and is on the same premises as Edmund Forest Reserve.
2 | Edmund Forest Reserve
A hike through Edmund Forest Reserve is a three-and-a-half hour long experience that will give tourists an inside look of some of St. Lucia's most pristine and well-kept forest land.
Edmund Rainforest Trail is to the north of this nature sanctuary/wildlife reserve.
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1 | Pitons Management Area
Consisting of two lava domes, the Pitons Management area offers perfect views of Gros Piton and Petit Piton and is a great starting off point for exploration of the mountains and all of their volcanic features.
Visitors can find this nature sanctuary/wildlife reserve three and a half miles (five and a half kilometers) south of the center of downtown Soufriere.
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3 | Tet Paul Nature Trail
This hiking trail is situated 0.8 miles (1.3 km) east of Gros Pitons Hiking Trail.
4 | Fond Doux Plantation
Originally opened over 250 years ago, this property is one of the oldest still working plantations on the island. With accommodations, a restaurant, and a wedding venue, this place has it all.
This plantation is on the southern outskirts of the hamlet of Fond Doux, 0.7 miles (1.1 km) from Tet Paul Nature Trail.
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The fort for which the town of Vieux Fort was named still stands, quietly watching guard over all who inhabit the area, even though military forces have long since abandoned it. Today, tourists visit this special structure in droves, in addition to many of the other important attractions that are readily available to anyone who wishes to seek them out. You will discover several beaches to consider visiting… more…
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1 | St. Lucia Golf and Country Clu
Set in the rolling hills of the northern tip of the island, golfers will have panoramic views of both the Atlantic and the Caribbean. You might want to make use of their state-of-the-art practice facilities and golf academy, as this is course is no walk in the park.
The center of Rodney Bay is two miles (three kilometers) to the south-southwest of this golf course.
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2 | Casuarina Spa
The only spa on St. Lucia to have Moroccan Rasul, this facility which brings computerized treatments into the world of massage. For the most unique experience of your life while retaining the relaxing and serene ambiance that a spa must have, Casuarina is the place to book your appointment.
This spa is three quarters of a mile (one and an eighth kilometers) from St. Lucia Golf and Country Club, and is within Cotton Bay Village.
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Despite being located on the complete opposite side of the island from the international airport, Rodney Bay remains one of the most popularly visited towns on St. Lucia. Why? It could be the massive marina which attracts pleasure sailors in droves, but there is also much to be discovered in this area, even when you take a step away from the coast. You'll find a large selection of beaches to choose… more…
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1 | Samaans Park
Interested visitors can find this park two and a half miles (four kilometers) to the northeast of the center of Castries.
Castries is a lively port town that serves as a great destination for tourists who want to do more than relax on the beach -- though this is certainly an option. Within the city there are numerous historic attractions, government buildings, and landmarks, as well as several parks for a hint of the more natural side of the island. If you're one who really wants to explore the local eco-system, there are… more…
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1 | Grande Anse
Visitors will be able to find this nature sanctuary/wildlife reserve 6.9 miles (11.2 km) east of the center of Castries.
1 | Fort Charlotte
The large Fort Charlotte may be in ruins, but there is still plenty to explore. The fort, built in 1764 by the French, still maintains many of its walkways and staircases, as the site has been renovated as a community college and government offices.
Head south-southwest for two miles (three kilometers) from the center of Castries to get to this historical site, which is situated on Morne Fortune.
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1 | Auriga Spa
Situated within Capella Marigot Bay, this spa is approximately a mile and a half (approximately three kilometers) northeast of the center of Anse La Raye.
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