With a huge historical background this 44-acre landmark is a nature reserve on St. Lucia northern tip, where travelers can trace the island colonial past.
For those willing to rise early for the march up to the 2,620-foot (798-meter) summit of Gros Piton, the panoramic views over the Caribbean are well worth it. A guide leads the way along the easily accessed route while sharing information about the iconic peak and its twin, Petit Piton, which dominate the west coast of St. Lucia. Skip the hassle of organizing transport on this half-day tour.
Enduring the beauty of St. Lucia as you visit the only drive-in volcano in the Caribbean, is one of the most attractive geothermal sites. With lush rainforest to explore and the mineral rich mud bath to soak in.