St Lucia Attractions

st lucia botanical gardens

St Lucia Botanical Gardens The two most famous st lucia botanical gardens are Diamond Falls in Soufriere, and Mamiku Gardens on the East Coast. You can visit a number of other tropical st lucia gardens and estates around the island, for example Balenbouche, Fond Doux, Lushan Country Life, and Coubaril. These offer some of the […]

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best things to do in soufriere st lucia, tet paul trail

Best things to do in Soufriere St Lucia Soufriere St Lucia is only a 30 minute drive from Balenbouche Estate. It was once the capital of the island under French colonial rule. Today, it is a popular tourist destination offering many saint lucia best places. Here are some of the best things to do in

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st lucia heritage tour

Must do in St Lucia Our blog article on St Lucia Attractions offers an unbiased overview of many of the things to see and do in St Lucia (over 80 activities to be exact). The following article is our personal recommendations on the “must do in st lucia” list. St Lucia really offers something for

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st lucia sulphur springs

St Lucia Sulphur Springs The St Lucia Sulphur Springs volcano is one of the most well known and most visited St lucia attractions. The main area of the sulphur springs comprises numerous hot springs, bubbling mud pools and fumaroles (steam vents). The strongly hydrothermally altered clay-rich rocks covers approximately 200 m x 100 m in

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st lucia attractions balenbouche

St Lucia Attractions Overview The island is known for its diverse landscape and multitude of st lucia attractions and things to do to suit every taste and wallet. Many of the best st lucia attractions are in the South of the island, within 15 – 30 minutes from Balenbouche Estate.  There are many St Lucia

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st lucia estates

St Lucia Estates, Gardens & Plantations Overview of St Lucia Estates offering guided tours. At Balenbouche Estate you can visit the original estate house, the 18th century sugar mill, tropical gardens and beaches. We also offer guest cottages at affordable rates. St Lucia Estates, East & South St Lucia Estates: Balenbouche Estate, Choiseul A visit

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st lucia hiking

St Lucia Hiking Trails St Lucia hiking is one of the best things to do on the island. The Tet Paul Nature Trail, just 30 minutes from Balenbouche, is one of our favorite st lucia attractions. The walk itself is an easy 40 minutes with magnificent views of the Pitons and the South of the

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castries things to do

In and around Castries Around 60,000 people or over a third of the population lives in the vicinity of the bustling capital of St Lucia. For visitors, the areas north of Castries (Rodney Bay, Gros Islet and Babbonneau) are more interesting. Much of the original colonial architecture of Castries was destroyed by two devastating fires,

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secluded beaches st lucia

St Lucia Beaches and Beach Activities Secluded beaches st lucia are still possible to find, as well as beaches with activities. All beaches are all open to the public and offer great beauty and diversity. Some of the best beaches in st lucia include Reduit, Pigeon Island and Cas en bas in the North, Anse

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st lucia black sand beach

St Lucia Black Sand beach Discover our st lucia black sand beach adjoining the 60 acre Balenbouche Estate. Our two beautiful natural beaches are just a 5 minute walk away. Although all beaches in St. Lucia are public, the Balenbouche beaches feel very private. Our guests love the fact that they are almost always alone

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st lucia pitons hike

St Lucia Pitons Hike The St Lucia Pitons hike starts just a half hour drive away from Balenbouche Estate. The Pitons are the islands’ famous volcanic twin peaks, a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. They climb is challenging, but well worth it! Much of St. Lucia’s mountainous interior is covered by 19,000 acres of Rainforest

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