Carbet Waterfalls

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The spectacular Chutes du Carbet were described by Christopher Colombus in 1493 as "a major water source, drawing water from all sides of the mountain". The waterfalls' beauty remains untouched against the stunning backdrop of wooded mountainside on the southeastern slopes of La Soufrière. The three falls are not all equally accessible. At the moment only the second, the most impressive, can be seen if you stand on the 80m-high platform.

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St-Sauveur

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