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Diamond Botanical Gardens, Soufriere
Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
Stroll through Diamond Botanical Gardens, the oldest botanical garden on the island. Take a tranquil walk, alone or with a guide, along the verdant pathways, lined with lush trees, shrubs, and tropical flowers. Admire the diverse plant life and colorful birds that inhabit the gardens until you reach a natural gorge deep within the canopy of trees and flowers. There, mineral springs form a picturesque waterfall, while stone baths built for King Louis XVI provide enough space for refreshing dips. Using our custom trip planner, Soufriere attractions like Diamond Botanical Gardens can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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So enjoyed just meandering through the gardens. You must not forget to look up! Plants we just don't see in the United States. A must on a trip to St. Lucia!
The botanical gardens offer a great prelude to a relaxing soak. First, take the leisurely walk through the gardens with all the beautiful flowers and other foliage. My wife and I joked at first that t... read more »
Very peaceful walk around the beautiful gardens- lots of fruit trees, flowers and wildlife. Impressed with the information boards too- be sure to check out the mineral baths and waterfall!
They really take great pride in the botanical gardens here. Perfect for a short stroll. Beautiful flowers. The Diamond fall are pretty, but not necessarily for the price.
we were on our way to the volcano & made a side trip here. took a mineral bath which was heavenly in the private facility. very nice, clean & well maintained. the little gift shop is fine as well. a nice respite from our journey day in St. Lucia.
Seen better tropical gardens. Nice place to visit and walk around. Not as lush as you would expect. Better with a tour guide.
Nice for the whole family, lots of flowers and plants you've probably never seen before, though the waterfall is the most impressive feature.
Was OK, rushed round it so didn't get a full experience
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