Accessed at Edmund, above Soufriere, the Enbos Saut waterfall trail lies on the lush slopes of Mount Gimie, St. Lucia’s highest mountain. The well maintained trail circles through dense rainforest to a waterfall, which has eroded its way into volcanic rock.
The trail takes about two hours 30 minutes, and requires suitable hiking shoes. Along the way, hikers may spot birds such as the St Lucia parrot, St Lucia oriole, Sempers warbler, and St Lucia wren, and the park also harbors exotic plants, such as the Blue Mahoe and Honduras Mahogany. Most visitors access the trail in four-wheel-drive safari vehicles along a rough and rocky road, which also affords one of the best vistas of the Pitons.
- Guide for nature trails $10,
- hiking trails $25
- bird-watching $30
Daily by appointment only