St. Lucia Botanical Gardens

St. Lucia Botanical Gardens, also known as the Diamond Botanical Gardens, is home of the Diamond Waterfall and the oldest botanical gardens on the island of St.

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Volcano
, also known as the Volcanic Center, is a 3.5 X 5 km wide caldera on the island of that formed approximately 32–39,000 years ago. is situated 1 mile south of St. Lucia Botanical Gardens. Photo: Trent Foley, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Summit
The Pitons are two mountainous volcanic plugs, volcanic spires, located in . is situated 1½ miles southwest of St. Lucia Botanical Gardens. Photo: Jayen466, Public domain.

Tourist attraction
is the "world's only drive in volcano"; it is located in towards the southwestern side of the island, near . is situated 1 mile south of St. Lucia Botanical Gardens.

Beach
Soufrière is a town on the West Coast of , in the eastern . is situated 2 miles northwest of St. Lucia Botanical Gardens. Photo: ROxBo, Public domain.

Localities in the Area

Soufrière is a town on the West Coast of , in the eastern . Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

Town
is located on the West Coast of . is situated 3½ miles north of St. Lucia Botanical Gardens. Photo: Mjr74, Public domain.

Hamlet
is located on southwestern side of the Island of . is situated 4 miles southeast of St. Lucia Botanical Gardens.

St. Lucia Botanical Gardens

Latitude
13.8528° or 13° 51' 10.2" north
Longitude
-61.0492° or 61° 2' 57.1" west
Open­Street­Map ID
node 1042617321
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