Toraille Waterfall Tours

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One of St. Lucia’s most popular natural attractions, Toraille Waterfall drops about 50 feet (15 meters) from a cliff before falling into a pool that’s perfect for a refreshing swim. The falls, near the town of Soufriere, sit at the end of a nature trail and amid a tranquil tropical garden. 

The Basics
Toraille is one of the easiest waterfalls in St. Lucia to access. To reach the falls, follow a nature trail—dotted by wooden footbridges—that meanders through lush botanic gardens surrounding the falls. If you wish, sit beneath the cascading falls for a gentle head and shoulder massage. Soak in the atmosphere with a snack or meal at the on-site picnic tables.

Discover Toraille Waterfall as part of a half- or full-day sightseeing tour that highlights the island’s biodiversity by visiting spots such as Diamond Botanical Gardens or Tet Paul Nature Trail, ziplining at historic Morne Coubaril Estate, soaking in a mud bath at Sulphur Springs volcano, or snorkeling at Anse Cochon or Marigot Bay. Travelers can also take in the waterfalls and these sights and more during a day-long catamaran sailing trip along the west coast.

Things to Know Before You Go
  • There is a small admission fee to access the falls, which is usually included in a tour.
  • Bring sun protection, plus swimwear and a towel if you plan to take a plunge.
  • Changing rooms and picnic tables are on-site.
  • If visiting the waterfall on a tour, round-trip hotel transport, meals, and food may be included. Check specific tours for details. 

How to Get There
Toraille Waterfall is a 7-minute drive from the town of Soufriere. Parking is available on-site, and it’s possible to arrange for a taxi too. From the entrance gate, walk about 55 yards (50 meters) to the waterfall.

When to Get There
The waterfall is open year-round from 9am to 5pm. Go early in the morning or near closing time to beat the crowds. High season is the dry season and runs from mid-December to March. Low season, February to May, has scattered tropical rains and fewer tourists.

Soak in a Mud Bath
Before a spritz at Toraille Waterfall, visitors can first soak in the hot mud baths at nearby Sulphur Springs Park about a 4-mile (6-kilometer) drive away. The island’s volcano hasn’t erupted in 200 years, but it’s still hot enough to heat up pools of silky, mineral-rich mud that are said to detoxify the body and heal sun burns, eczema, arthritis, and sore joints.
Address: Soufriere, St Lucia
Admission: Varies
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St Lucia Full-Day Catamaran Sightseeing Cruise With Snorkeling

Cruise around St Lucia aboard a catamaran named 'Tout Bagay' during this 8-hour excursion. With an expert captain and crew as your hosts, spread out on the deck for some sun and relaxation while sipping rum drinks from the open bar. Go ashore to explore sites like Morne Coubrail Estate (where you can opt to go ziplining), the sulphur springs, Toraille Waterfall and the quaint town of Soufriere. Use the provided snorkel equipment to explore the underwater world in Anse Cochon and Marigot Bay. Enjoy a Creole-style buffet and round-trip transportation from your hotel.
  • Duration: 8 hours
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  • Duration: 8 hours

Full-Day Soufrière Excursion

Get to know St. Lucia's highlights and landmarks on this full-day tour of Soufriere from Castries. Sights include the Diamond Botanical Gardens, the Sulphur Springs drive-in volcano, the Tet Paul Nature Trail, and the Toraille Waterfall. Midday, stop to sample local cuisine for lunch. Hotel pickup and drop-off included.
  • Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes
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  • Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes

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