2. Wonder at the Sulphur Springs
Billed as the world’s only drive-in volcano, the bubbling, steaming Sulphur Springs that emit plumes of smoke and ash betwixt the hills above Soufriere are certainly not to be missed.
They can be easily accessed on the winding roadways that weave into the panoramic tropical ridges from the south-western coast of St.
Lucia, offering up breathtaking views of the inland jungles and the coast as they go.
Too hot to bathe in, the Sulphur Springs hit whopping temperatures of nearly 200 degrees Celsius.
Visitors can park up, wander close by (but not too close!) and peer down into the collapsed crater where the heat and the magma meet.