Saint Lucia is one of the most mountainous Caribbean islands and of its numerous peaks the ones which will most surely stick in your mind are the Pitons. Together they’re the country’s number one landmark, but these aren’t so much 'mountains' in ... 

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Jennifer F

September 2010

View from open-air lunch, Jennifer F - September 2010

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View from open-air lunch

Jennifer F

September 2010

Famous Pitons!, Jennifer F - September 2010

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Famous Pitons!

Shawn B

April 2015

 Sammy, the tour guide showed us a 600 acre banana plantation. He was a most engaging person full of interesting information! , Shawn B - April 2015

Bananas

Sammy, the tour guide showed us a 600 acre banana plantation. He was a most engaging person full of interesting information!

Jane D

February 2014

 Beach at Anse al Raye , Jane D - February 2014

Conch Shells for sale

Beach at Anse al Raye

Evan Z

February 2013

 on the approach to the pitons , Evan Z - February 2013

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on the approach to the pitons

Joan K

December 2012

 we got a chance to buy fresh fish of the boat , Joan K - December 2012

red snapper

we got a chance to buy fresh fish of the boat

Tracy J

October 2012

 Road-side shop in Soufriere , Tracy J - October 2012

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Road-side shop in Soufriere

Ryan P

September 2012

 Town of Soufriere at the base of the Pitons. , Ryan P - September 2012

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Town of Soufriere at the base of the Pitons.

Ryan P

September 2012

 These are the sulfer emissions from inside the volcano. , Ryan P - September 2012

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These are the sulfer emissions from inside the volcano.

Ryan P

September 2012

 A quick sail by of Maragot bay, on the way back home. , Ryan P - September 2012

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A quick sail by of Maragot bay, on the way back home.

Ryan P

September 2012

 This is the guy that de-shells all the coconuts at the plantation. The pile to the right is discarded shells. , Ryan P - September 2012

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This is the guy that de-shells all the coconuts at the plantation. The pile to the right is discarded shells.

Ryan P

September 2012

 The waterfall, right before we jumped in. Everyone had the option to visit the waterfall or take a mud bath. , Ryan P - September 2012

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The waterfall, right before we jumped in. Everyone had the option to visit the waterfall or take a mud bath.

Ryan P

September 2012

 View of the Petit Piton from the bow of the boat. , Ryan P - September 2012

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View of the Petit Piton from the bow of the boat.

peter

May 2012

Family shot at the waterfall., peter - May 2012

Waterfall

Family shot at the waterfall.

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