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PRESS RELEASE: Soufriere, St Lucia- The Soufriere Regional Development Foundation continues to embark on the innovation of services to create more enjoyable adventures at the Sulphur Springs Park.

On Friday, December 8th, 2017, the organization will officially open two new facilities that will directly enhance visitor experience at the park creating a alternative sources of satisfaction and relaxation.

According to Sales and Marketing Officer, Curtis Didier, “ We want to fully maximize the potential of the facility by ensuring that a comprehensive presentation of different services are made available to our valued guests. This will create an added touch to the park and also generate employment.”

The first of these facilities is a $1 per minute massage parlor, dubbed “Sulphuric Touch.”  Clients will be pampered by a well trained and certified Massage Therapist in a unique and authentic setting.  The Sulphur Springs black water pools have always been known for their calming and therapeutic properties.  Sulphuric Touch provides traditional spa services including back, foot and hot stone massages in addition to mini facials and treatments with the Park’s very own mud and mineral water.

In keeping with the innovative times, a photo shop, (“Sulphur Hot Shots”) was also commissioned, to capture memorable moments at the park. Services include personalized photos on t-shirts, mugs, caps and other paraphernalia. Photographs will also be available for transfer to personal external devices.

The Soufriere Foundation is a not for profit organisation located in Soufriere. Its mandate is to undertake social, economic, cultural and other sustainable developments in the Soufriere region.  The organization which was established in 1993 generates revenues from its operational sites: the Sulphur Springs Park, Gros Piton Nature Trail, Comfort Center, Soufriere jetties and 88.5 Soufriere FM.

2 COMMENTS

  1. I visited there last week when coasters full of visitors from cruise ships were there, all trying to get into the mud pool. The capacity is way too small.
    The foundation needs to find someway to expand on the size of that mud pool.

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