Photographer's Note

Soufriere was Saint Lucia's first town, established by the French in 1746; today it is a hub of agriculture and tourism which welcomes hundred of thousands every year to visit its unique attractions, including the charming old town itself, complete with original colonial buildings and tiny gingerbread houses.

Soufriere comes from the French "soufre," meaning sulphur, and true to its name, the pungent smell emanates from the world's only Drive-in Volcano and Sulphur Springs, which bubble and let off steam all day long in the hills behind the town. At the steaming hot baths, you can slather yourself in healthy, mineral-laden mud before rising off to fine your skin refreshed and baby-soft.

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Additional Photos by Zbigniew Kalinowski (fotka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 635 W: 9 N: 1873] (7919)
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