This national park on St. Lucia is so named for the common wood pigeons that once lived there. The pigeons are gone, but the remains of an early Colonial British fort remain.

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Away Travel Expert: Matt Link
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St. Lucia’s first national park is a 44-acre compound chockfull or history as well as natural beauty. It was once home to Amerindians, and it’s also been a pirate hideout and military base: Jambe de Bois, a wooden-legged pirate, once called the area

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Parking: 9-5 daily
Price: $4

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Telephone Number: 758-452-2231
Price Information: $4
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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