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Monday, September 27, 2010


In just over three and a half hours a guide from the Forest and Lands Department would have taken you through the heart of the island into the forest reserve on the Western side of the island, to experience some of nature pristine opportunities.
As one treks along, one can see numerous plants such as bromeliads, orchids, mushrooms, lianes and others can be seen attached to their host, sitting on large buttress roots or branches, on the spondy forest or even cascading the sides of the trail. At intervals you are able to take long distance views of the Caribbean Sea. Emerging from the dark shade of the forest as you continue your walk westward of the island in the open, a magnificent view of Mt. Gimie, St. Lucia's highest peak, fills the eyes along the scenic natural beauty extending northwards.