National Parks : Discover Dominica, the Nature Island
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Hike into Dominica


Dominica has a long standing history of conservation. All non-resident users of the National Parks, Forest Reserves and Marine Reserves are asked to note that site passes are required for some of the sites, to contribute to sustainable maintenance and upgrade. Site passes can be purchased for a small "user fee" at the National Parks office in the Botanical Gardens or at the Sites themselves. A list of the relevant sites and details of the user fees are noted below.



  • Emerald Pool
  • Cabrits National Park & Fort Shirley
  • Trafalgar Falls
  • Syndicate Forest
  • Middleham Falls
  • Soufriere Sulphur Springs
  • Boeri Lake
  • Indian River
  • Boiling Lake
  • Morne Diablotin Trail
  • Freshwater Lake
  • Morne Trois Pitons Trail



For visiting sites on land: US$5 per site OR US$12 for a Week Pass.

TIP! Week Passes give unlimited visits to the range of National Park sites for the holder of the ticket, during the relevant week, and are the best value for money!

Week passes do not include access to the Soufriere/Scotts Head Marine Reserve (SSMR). A user fee is also in place to support the SSMR, Dominica's unique and diverse protected marine area in the south. The fee is US$2.00 per recreational dive in the Marine Reserve. Your dive shop will collect this user-fee from you before you dive.

For more information contact the Forestry, Wildlife and Parks Division at Tel:(767) 266-3817 or Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it