Mount Gimie

Mount Gimie is the tallest mountain on the island of . The mountain's peak reaches 950 m. It is of volcanic origin and is covered by lush tropical rainforest.

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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.

Sulphur Springs is the "world's only drive in volcano"; it is located in towards the southwestern side of the island, near Soufrière.

Qualibou, also known as the Soufrière Volcanic Centre is a 3.5 X 5 km wide caldera on the island of that formed approximately 32-39,000 years ago.

The John Compton Dam, formerly known as the Roseau Dam, is a concrete-face rock-fill dam on the Roseau River in the small community of Millet in central .

The Pitons are two mountainous volcanic plugs, volcanic spires, located in .

Soufrière is a town on the West Coast of , in the eastern .

Mount Gimie

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