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“Nice Afternoon”

Ranked #1 of 3 things to do in Micoud
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Reviewed 5 April 2014

We were venturing out in St. Lucia and came across a sign for this gem. We were a bit reluctant to stop because we were the only ones there, but our sense of adventure took over. The owner came out and gave us some information about the waterfall and then we were left to explore on our own. Without tennis shoes and swimsuits we didn't go into the water. Upon returning to the main area, the owner gave us some information about various plants (including the cashew) and his plans to expand the attraction. The owner was very accommodating in answering some of our questions such as why bunches of bananas on trees are covered with blue bags. We were sad after inquiring why his dog was laying around moping; his dog companion had been recently hit by a passing car. We could have spent all day at Latille Waterfalls; it was the nicest part of our trip to St. Lucia.

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Reviewed 1 April 2014

These waterfalls were amoung our favorite places we visited while in St. Lucia this past March. We found them extremely easy to find with a lot of signage and well marked roads to get into the property. The grounds were beautifully maintained and Joseph and his son were very nice during our visit! We visited around 11:00 AM on a Friday and had the entire place to ourselves and could enjoy the waterfalls without crowds of people. We also hiked down about 15 minutes to a 2nd area for swimming that you could also jump off into a deeper area for swimming. Bring water shoes which you will need and comfortable shoes are good for walking to the 2nd waterfall as the trail is a little difficult at certain parts. Overall a great place to visit!

1  Thank Kate P
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Reviewed 24 February 2014

I thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the Latille Waterfalls and gardens. There were only a few visitors that day and we had the opportunity to enjoy the coolness of the gorgeous waterfalls just by ourselves.
We also loved spending time in the gardens, drinking coffee and eating exotic fruits in hammocks in the company of the owner.
And if you do not have to drive, try the rum...delicious!
I would love to go back!

1  Thank celine m
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Reviewed 2 February 2014

This was our first stop on our St Lucia honeymoon when we ventured out and well worth it. When we visited we had the place to ourselves, the owner had one of his sons (Kenny) escorts us down to the waterfall and show us how to stand under the water fall and jump in. After he showed us he left us to ourselves. There is a little bench to put your stuff on. Be careful the waterfall is pretty powerful and the rocks can be slippery but luckily some of them have been cut so your feet can grip and the pool is not that deep. We were no bothered by any bugs, we had a fun time just soaking in the nature and playing in the water. Unfortunately it had rained that morning so that had stirred up the water to make it murky. When we were done there we had the son take us to the other waterfall that consists of a 20 minute walk down a narrow somewhat treacherous trail, wear tennis show if you have them. The other waterfall is pretty high up and we did not dive into that one as you had to climb up a wall or steep bank to get back up, but we did enjoy the hike and old history as that waterfall is created from a man made dam that dates back to the 1800s. His son Kenny was very knowledgeable about the area and history. They have a little pavilion with hammocks and picnic tables where you can buy some drinks. The owner is very nice and trusting he let us go enjoy the waterfall while he went about getting change and we paid as we left. It is a bit far from the main road but just keep going and follow the signage. You will get the real island experience here and it is not over run with other tourist like some parts of the island.

2  Thank The_GR_Blade
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Reviewed 24 January 2014

Waterfall eh? More like a murky smelly pond with some water dripping into it. Now if u manage to dodge the gizillions of mosquitos trying to attack you, you might be lucky enough to see a stray dog in a blanket of fleas. Other than this you can also take a tour around the badly designed and poorly maintained gardens - how exciting!

If you are planning on going on this tour and it is too late to change all i can say is good luck - you'll need it :)

2  Thank sam s
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