Maria Island :
This nature reserve, located off Saint Lucia’s southern tip, is a treasure trove of biodiversity. Five endemic reptiles are found here, including the world’s rarest snake, the Saint Lucia Racer. The Worm Snake, the Saint Lucia Whiptail and pygmy and rock geckos are also part of this unique ecosystem. Surrounded by pristine waters and psychedelic coral reefs, the Maria Islands also offer an unforgettable snorkeling experience!
Latille Falls :
Located at the threshold of Saint Lucia’s tropical rainforest, this twenty foot waterfall is surrounded by verdant beauty. It is accessed through a serene garden replete with organic fruit, herbs, flowers and a charming orientation center. While the falls are the highlight of one’s visit to Latille, there are also numerous watercourses and natural pools to explore.
Mamiku Gardens : Established by the eighteenth century French aristocrat Madame de Micoud, the Mamiku Estate has a long history of thrilling all who visit. The series of gardens woven throughout the forest offer surprise after surprise and are renowned as the best botanical gardens in the Caribbean. Keep your eyes peeled for the mini banana plantation and Creole herb garden!
Morne Le Blanc :
Towering over the southern community of Laborie, Mourne Le Blanc offers 360 degrees of breathtaking views. To the north, Saint Lucia’s undulating coastline, with its bays, headlands and coves. To the south, the island of Saint Vincent. To the west, the green plains and white sands of the town of Vieux Fort. To the east, the panorama of the Caribbean Sea. Enjoy over a picnic, or simply relax and rediscover yourself!
Balenbouche Estate offers all the mystery, legend and thrills that one would expect from an eighteenth century sugar plantation. Discover the ancient mills, explore the great house or comb the beach for treasure. The ghosts don’t bite! We promise.