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The Sulphur Springs Park is a world renowned site where visitors from all over the world come to experience the black water pool baths and learn about the drive in volcano's history in a guided tour through the park.
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Great place to take in while in St Lucia! Amazing and fun with lots of opportunities to get pictures. We went with JJ’s boat tours out of Sandals Grande resort. We brought our water proof camera and am I ever glad we did! Not hard...More
We visited the mud baths as part of a tour - worth going if you have other things on your agenda for the day but I would have been disappointed if this was the only thing we were doing.
Lots of steps down so may...More
This was one of the main attractions that we had on our to do list. We had a car hired so we drove down instead a lot cheaper! There were locals around who showed us where to get the good muds from. Skin felt amazing...More
I went on a private tour to the sulphur springs and had a great time!! My guide took pictures of us while we painted ourselves with the mud. There was grey and black so you could paint designs on each other. We had a blast...More
This is a mass tourism, cruise ship trap. Lots of tacky shops and a seemingly endless conveyor belt of tourists whisked through.
We drove as excursions in St Lucia are extortionate and you save a fortune by self driving. Its $7USD for the mud springs...More
This place is so amazing if I lived in St Lucia I would visit every week.
You have to pay $5 to enter the mud baths you walk down some stairs and enter a hot muddy looking pool you are then asked to rub the...More
We drove down in a taxi for what we thought would be something spectacular. After a two hour drive we we're somewhat dissatisfied. The price for three of us for admission was approx. $24 USD. Total time and cost, not worth it.
Free parking at this attraction. Choice of paying to go to the baths only or baths and ‘drive in’ volcano.
The attendant who took our money for the baths was quite surly ( our first experience on the island) she didn’t even have the manners...More