We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The tour of the volcano was fantastic. The tour guide was also a geologist and spent a lot of time answering our questions. My 13 year old was very inquisitive and she explained to him so much information relative to the site and beyond. He...More
This attraction is composed of two things- 1. a mud bath / thermal springs (I didn't do) and 2. the "drive-in" part, which I did. The drive-in part is a drive to hut where you get out of your car, meet a guide (required and...More
The Soufriere Drive-In Volcano is a collapsed caldera. As the name implies, a road now runs through the area. A large section of the earth is barren, and steam rise from cracks in the crust. Pools of boiling mud dot the landscape.
We took a...More
We visited the drive in volcano. Apparently the whole area is actually the volcano and not just the part you stop and go to visit. We brought a combo ticket that included a short tour of the volcano and then the use of the mud...More
A drive up into the mountains from Soufriere. Be ready, because the sulfur smell is intense. There is an area with vendors. A guide will take you down several stairs to get close to the center. Does require climbing. There are volcanic mud baths in...More
No trip to St. Lucia is complete without visiting the Sulfur Springs and the active volcano in Soufriere. Hop into the Sulfur Springs for a warm bath said to have healing powers. After your bath visit the active volcano and then take a drive to...More
I'm always will to learn new things. I was warned about the smell of the Volcano, I honestly must say I was not as bad as I thought. The tour guide was very knowledgeable abt the Volcano and also very friendly.
Bit of a late review, We did this back in November and enjoyed it the only issue we found was we would have like to have more time to look around and explore. Overall we enjoyed the experience, it was a bit of a conveyer...More
I will say that this place is quite interesting and the guides are informative but the people trying to sell you stuff really ruin the experience.
When you arrive, you walk up to a ticket window and purchase your tickets. You can purchase a ticket...More