St Lucia Rainforest St Lucia is a green place. There were lush green leaves and tropical flowers everywhere, even in the middle of the dry season when we visited. Nowhere was greener than the rainforest we spent the day hiking in. There are two main routes through the forest, and after convincing the ticket officer …
Most trees in the rainforest in St Lucia have some sort of epiphyte living on them. Some of the most attractive tree trunks have been home for climbers for some time.
One of the centrepieces of The Treehouse’s garden is the majestic Lépini. This beautiful rare, tropical tree is thriviing near Marigot Bay in St Lucia.
The Treehouse in Marigot Bay, St Lucia is home to several Lesser Antillean Bullfinches. There were at least 2 pairs of these common Bullfinches that regularly visited us.
The Little Blue Heron is a medium sized long-legged wading bird. The adults are dark grey with a maroon or purple head and neck. The end of an adult’s bill has a black tip.
As you can read, there were dozens of lizards at the Treehouse in Marigot Bay. They are beautiful and serve useful purpose in nature.