Enjoy a 90-minute drive along the island's gorgeous western coastline offering views of the hilly ranchland and postcard-like vistas of mountains, ocean and quaint fishing villages. Reap the benefits of soaking in a volcanic mud pool at Sulphur Springs Park, the largest geothermal area in the Lesser Antilles. As you enter what is billed as "the world's only drive-in volcano," you will pass bubbling hot springs and steam rising from vents in the earth's surface known as fumaroles. It will be quite the experience, especially as you ease into a warm volcanic mud bath with minerals said to soothe the skin, detoxify the body and reduce inflammation from conditions such as arthritis. One attribute is undeniable-you can't help but be completely relaxed while soaking in the warm sulphur-infused mud. To enhance the feeling, you will also be treated to a full-body rubdown with more mud. It is no wonder that the pools are one of the most popular attractions in St. Lucia. To round out your day, you will pause at an old sugar mill and linger over a sumptuous lunch at a beachfront restaurant.