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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.
We drove from Rodney Bay area, a long drive but an interesting experience. We got there about 10am & the water was HOTTT. My mother, 72 years young, couldn't take the temperature do she got out. My boyfriend & I did the entire bath experience....More
Need to rejuvenate your body and skin? Head over to the world’s only drive in volcano to the Mud Bath and Sulfur Springs. Not normally my "thing" but OMG was this a fantastic outside of the box experience for me.
All seemed a bit haphazard initially as parked up, bought tickets, then had to go back up to car to drive in to go for short tour of the volcano which was interesting & guide was very informative.
No information given regarding lay out of...More
We got To The mud baths Just before crowds kicked in!!
A fun experience but The natural water was scalding hot!! I showed off under The cold shower.
Then we drove up To The Interpretation centre for a short video And mini museum.
I loved the venues but I also had a choice to do the bath or visit the volcano I chose the volcano was quick rushed and disappointed. My daughter did the bath and liked it however my entire tour was rushed. Even lunch was rush...More
Had a great day out after sailing down the West coast of St Lucia we went to the sulphur baths, waded through the hot waters and then covered ourselves in the mud, a great experience, although a little busy after mid day, get there early...More
As part of our package I was allowed to either do a 15 minute historical tour' or the mud bath. I opted for the historical 'tour' and was very disappointed! The lady walked us up some stairs and gave us 5 minutes of information then...More
Very cool experience to be in the hot volcanic mud baths, however it was very crowded so I wouldn't recommend it to people who are claustrophobic. At one point they had run out of mud in the buckets so everyone was waiting for a "mud...More