Wallilabou Heritage Park is a lovely, peaceful place with picnic spot, restaurant, pool and small waterfall. It sits on the Wallilabou River on the Leeward coast of St. Vincent, near Wallilabou Bay and the site of the film Pirates of the Caribbean. Large Samaan trees cover the pool and its adjacent areas, creating a relatively cool micro-climate for the core area of the park. These and other plants create a habitat for several species of birds. Large boulders reflect the lands geological history and create landscape interest. The park was at one time a plantation; a thick stone wall built across the river is a legacy of the plantation - each of the two streams flowing from the waterfall passes through a hole in the stone wall.
Opening hours: 8am – 5pm
Fees: $5 EC
Distance from Kingstown: 14 miles (22.5 km) – 40 minutes drive
Facilities: Welcome centre and restaurant (with covered outdoor seating area), change rooms, parking area, gazebo and of course the fall and pool area.
Directions: It is 1.5 miles (2.5 km) from the centre of Barouallie, a fishing village known for its harvesting of Black Fish and 3.5 miles (5.5 km) from Cumberland Bay, perhaps the best known yacht anchorage on the island of St. Vincent.
The site is co-managed by the Barrouallie Tourism and Heritage Organisation.
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