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DOMINICA INFO > WHAT TO DO > HIKING IN DOMINICA

Trafalgar Falls
Cabrits/Fort Shirley
Scott's Head

Syndicate
Penrice
Middleham Falls
Morne aux Diables
Sari Sari Falls
Victoria Falls
Morne aux Diables
Morne Anglais
Boiling Lake
Morne Diablotin

 

Trafalgar Falls
Twin falls. Nice easy 20 minute walk to the viewing platform; one can continue on and climb over rocks and swim in the smaller of the falls.

Cabrits/Fort Shirley
Partially-restored old fort and buildings; serene forest walks. Take all the time you want here!

Scott's Head
Best view is from the very top of the Head but you can stop halfway up and still get breathtaking views; great snorkelling at the beach below.


Syndicate
Long drive but short rainforest walk to the best spot to see our parrots.

Penrice
Two small falls close to each other near the centre of the island. Easy 20 minute walk to the first fall; steeper 15 hike to the second (better) fall.

Middleham Falls
Great walk through the rainforest along a well-defined trail. Track is a little steeper closer to the fall. Allow approx. 3 hours round-trip.

Morne aux Diables
This all-day walk (arrange to be dropped off on one side, and picked up on the other) takes you across the northern tip of the island from the west coast to the east along a decent track. Look out for the sulphurous bit at the top!

Sari Sari Falls
One of two east-coast falls, this starts from the edge of the village of La Plaine. Most of the trail is along and across the river. Allow 3 hours total.

Victoria Falls
Easier of the two east-coast falls, this too takes you along a river to an impressive fall, where you can swim in the pool.

              

Morne aux Diables
This all-day walk (arrange to be dropped off on one side, and picked up on the other) takes you across the northern tip of the island from the west coast to the east along a decent track. Look out for the sulphurous bit at the top!

Morne Anglais
Outstanding views are to be had from the top since this 3,683' mountain dominates the south of the island. The 3-hour round-trip walk starts from the village of Giraudel. After a fairly gentle stroll through the montain rainforest, the trails gets harder.

Boiling Lake
All you'll ever need to know is
here.

Morne Diablotin
The highest of all Dominica's mountain at 4,747', the hike starts from Syndicate and climbs straight up for 3 hours.