DOMINICA SITES AND ATTRACTIONS AWAIT YOUR VISIT! : Discover Dominica, the Nature Island

DOMINICA SITES AND ATTRACTIONS AWAIT YOUR VISIT!

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Whether you're a fan of diving, hiking, snorkeling or any of our other exciting Nature Island activities, you'll be pleased to hear that most of our sites and attractions are ready for your next visit!

The Forestry Division has worked tirelessly to ensure that the Waitukubuli National Trail, the Caribbean's longest walking trail, is ready to welcome adventurous hikers. Some trails were closed following Tropical Storm Erika which caused obstructions and infrastructural damage. At last check, seven segments of trails are accessible. Segments Three, Four, Six, Eleven, Twelve, Thirteen and Fourteen, totaling nearly 50 miles (81 kilometers), are open to hikers. Trail users are advised to exercise caution when hiking the open segments of the trail as some landscape features may have changed.

The trek to Dominica's famous Boiling Lake — a level 4 (difficult) hike across towering mountain ranges, hot streams, hot boiling mud, mini geysers and forests — is open and considered a "must do" for the trekking enthusiast. Guides are recommended as there are landscape changes on certain trails. Canyoning

Other popular attractions which involve some level of hiking are also accessible and operational. They include: Trafalgar Falls, Emerald Pool, L'Escalier Tete Chien, Middleham Falls, Freshwater Lake, Cabrits National Park and Syndicate Nature Trail. Hikers are encouraged to use appropriate hiking gear when trekking in Dominica.

Other attractions awaiting your next visit include: Spanny Falls, Jako Falls, Mero Beach, Indian River, Kalinago Barana Aute (KBA), Botanical Gardens/Morne Bruce, Concord River, Bois Colette Estate and Soufriere Scenic Tour. To view a video version of the sites and attractions update, click here.

 
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