We hiked the Millet trail in Edmund Forest Reserve. It is true what others have said, the trail does have some difficult sections but if you can do it, you will enjoy. We were able to see the St. Lucia parrot here, about 7-8 of them and they did get closer to us than when we went to the Descartier Rain Forest area to see them. The fauna is just beautiful and the sounds in the forest are beautiful.
You will need to call the forestry department to book a hike if you want to get in before 8am which is when they open but we called at the last minute and it was fine.
They give you a walking stick and though I do not like to carry anything if at all possible, this was a help. There are a couple trails to choose from so if you wish to see things but are not up to the 1.75 mile hike, you can choose a less difficult version.
My only piece of advice is to get a guide you can fully understand, our guide was great but had a very thick accent and spoke quite fast. I found myself asking him to repeat himself 50% of the time but he was informative and had a good ear for finding the birds we wanted to see.
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