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Pigeon Island National Landmark Closed Due to Water Shortage

The Management and Staff of the Saint Lucia National Trust and the Pigeon Island National Landmark, on Friday, May 6, 2022, regrettably informed the public that because of a critical water shortage being experienced at the Landmark due to ongoing works by WASCO,  the Pigeon Island National Landmark will be closed tomorrow, Saturday 7th May 2022.

The Landmark remains open today but with the restrooms at Beach 1 closed. Currently, the restrooms at Beach 2 and the Interpretation Centre remain open for use.

WASCO, early Friday morning, informed customers of a further delay in restoring the water supply due to unforeseen technical difficulties.

The Management and Staff of the Saint Lucia National Trust and the Pigeon Island National Landmark, apologized for the inconvenience caused and are looking forward to welcoming patrons back to the Pigeon Island National Landmark as soon as the water situation is resolved.

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