Price & Hours
- Natural Wonders, Sightseeing Type
- Less than 1 hour Time to Spend
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Sulfur Springs Park is billed as having the Caribbean's "only drive-in volcano," meaning that visitors are able to safely drive right by an active volcano. This belching mountain located in the western town of Soufrière emits sulfuric steam rather than lava, so remember to hold your nose to protect yourself from the overpowering rotten egg smell. The attraction also features warm sulfuric pools that visitors are allowed to bathe in.
Recent visitors offered mixed reviews about Sulfur Springs Park. Some travelers were fascinated by the volcano and the geological history, while others were bored that it only emitted steam. The majority of visitors, however, loved the sulfuric pools, saying it left their skin feeling very smooth and that the staff and guides are excellent. For those interested in visiting the pools, past visitors recommend getting to the attraction early to avoid tour groups and bring a bathing suit you don't mind getting ruined.
You can visit Sulfur Springs Park daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Guided, 20-minute tours cost $9, and access to the baths costs extra. There are combo tickets available. For more information, visit the attraction's website.
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