Diamond Botanical Complex, St Lucia
A walk through dense foliage and dozens of tropical flowers leads to 30 foot Diamond Falls. The main path through the gardens follows the ash gray Diamond River to the base of the waterfall—splashing over rocks and shimmering with different colors caused by the mineral content of the water, which is fed by a mix of natural and thermal sulphur streams from the Soufriere volcano, the falls are a beautiful sight. Tropical flowers with unlimited blossoms scent the air, attracting a variety of colorful birds. A walk through the garden unveils a fascinating world where hummingbirds perch on ginger, and bananaquits feed from colorful blooms of the glory lily. The garden is truly a delight for photographers and nature lovers alike.