Boiling Lake, Titou Gorge and Ti Kwen Glo Cho

Boiling Lake, Titou Gorge + Ti Kwen

 

Boiling Lake, Titou Gorge & Ti Kwen Glo Cho

Experience a trekking journey through the hills and valleys of Dominica’s untouched forests. Hike through thick rain forest up hills to elfin forests and into the other-worldly Valley of Desolation. Navigate through hot rocks and steaming pools of boiling mud. Cook eggs in thermal crevices and get a beauty mask from nature.

Experience the awe of one of the world’s largest boiling lakes. Immerse into warm sulphur pools carved by Mother Nature and take a refreshing swim up the emerald canyon of Titou Gorge. End off the day with a therapeutic dip at Ti Kwen Glo Cho’s hot pools.

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Duration

6 – 10 Hours

Challenge level

Challenging

Boiling Lake, Titou Gorge & Ti Kwen Glo Cho

Physical Requirements
Boiling Lake, Titou Gorge and Ti Kwen Glo Cho

  • Fitness Level 70% 70%
  • Endurance 70% 70%

Itinerary

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Pickup

Pick up from Roseau at 7:00 am or meet at trail entrance in Laudat. (Or from your hotel on request) 

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Hike

Hike dense forest through the Morne Trois Pitons National Park and experience otherworldly terrain at the Valley of Desolation- an alien like rock formation, known for its steam spewing vents, healing sulphur pools, eery rock and sulphur deposits. Be awed by one of Earth’s largest boiling lakes.

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Swim

On your way back, stop off at Titou Gorge for a quick swim up the emerald waters of a cozy canyon. Get a rewarding massage from Titou’s hidden waterfall. 

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Relax

Soothe your muscles in a therapeutic hot spring at Ti Kwen Glo Cho. Check out the mini zoo or simply browse through the cozy family garden. 

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Drop Off

Drop off at Roseau. (Or at your hotel on request)  

What You Need

  • Hiking shoes
  • Swimsuit
  • Rain coat
  • Bath towel
  • Change of clothes
  • Litre of water per person (refills along the way)
  • Any necessary personal items

We keep it local. Our solid team of guides are all from the community of Laudat and have years of experience guiding visitors to the lake. All our guides are tour guide certified by the Discover Dominica Authority and by the Dominica Red Cross in First Aid and CPR.

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Dominica’s Boiling Lake has been named one of Earth’s most amazing water bodies by BBC, and rightfully so. The Boiling Lake, the second largest in the world is a bubbling lake within one of Dominica’s volcanic craters. The lake bubbles from earth’s core and is just another manifestation of the tremendous volcanic activity that defines Dominica.

Boiling Lake is a truly unique experience with not only a hike through changing forests as the mountains incline, but a look into other worldly terrain at the Valley of Desolation. The valley is an alien-like rock formation of clay, grey and white rock, marked by calcium and sulphur deposits and inhabited by interesting wildlife.

Thermal springs border the Valley of Desolation- teal, clear and grey waters- and pool between rocks, beneath thick forest cover. The valley is a natural sauna, with offers a range of benefits to its visitors.

Natural thermal pools soothe muscles and calm spirits. Clean, untouched water from Breakfast River, creeps through rock crevices secreting cool water for bottle-refills, and sulphur mud makes the perfect face mask. The lake itself is too hot for swimming but is simply a wonder to view. Violent bubbles emanate from its grey expanse and alien rock hug the shoreline. Towering mountains, often blanketed by eerie mist, secure the crater and reach up to blue skies above.

Dominica’s Boiling Lake is definitely one of the most challenging hikes on island. An intense trek up hill and through steaming valleys awaits the adventurous traveller wishing to experience one of Earth’s wonders.

Titou Gorge

Translated to “little hole”, Titou Gorge is an enchanting swimming hole, nestled in the beautiful, mountain-top community of Laudat. The gorge is known for its refreshing emerald water, which flows calmly down Titou’s canyon from the mountain heights. Rock towers above, bordering blue sky and forest canopy and giving room to penetrating rays of sunshine. Titou is best known for its iconic scene in Pirates of the Caribbean, Dead Man’s Chest, where Captain Jack Sparrow is seen tumbling down the gorge in a bone cage. 

A swim up Titou reveals a calm, emerald oasis, serenaded by chirping birds and rustling trees. A small waterfall greets daring swimmers and the deep pool is perfect for a cliff jump in. 

Titou Gorge is an amazing site for visitors to the island and is a must do on the way back from an intense Boiling Lake hike.

 

Ti Kwen Glo Cho

Dominica is a volcanic island from which manifests a myriad of wonders, from sulphur springs to ocean floor vents and boiling lakes. Ti Kwen is one of these. There are quite a few hot springs on island, but Ti Kwen is by far one of the best ways to experience the healing thermal waters of Dominica. A quaint family establishment, the hospitality at Ti Kwen makes the springs even more of a remarkable experience.

The lush gardens complement the stone pools and refreshing fruit juices from the bar are a well needed thirst-quencher after a hot soak. Ti Kwen’s Mini Zoo is also a delight for kids, making the location more than just a natural sauna, but a comprehensive nature experience.

Ti Kwen is most beautiful beneath moonlight, as the springs are enclosed in soaring cliffside and lie bare beneath the moon’s rays. At night, beneath rainfall, the hot springs are a perfect romantic get away and therapeutic experience bundled in one. Ti Kwen is a perfect way to wind down after an intense hike, as the hot and cold pools offer natural muscle therapy. This is definitely a must- do for anyone wishing to experience Dominica’s hot springs in an authentic setting.

Boiling Lake, Titou Gorge and Ti Kwen Glo Cho  

Northern Explorer

 

Challenge Level Easy

Duration 6-8 hours

Boiling Lake Hike

Challenge Level Challenging

Duration 6-10 hours

Couple’s Package

Challenge Level Challenging

Duration 2 days

Victoria Falls Excursion

Challenge Level Moderate

Duration 3-4 hours

Day Tour

Waterfall Adventure

Experience breathtaking waterfalls with three of Dominica’s most captivating waterfalls. Hike through lush forest, swim up refreshing rivers and remarkable canyons, relax in therapeutic hot springs, jump into natural pools and lounge beneath some of the island’s best  waterfalls.

Coastal Cruise to Red Rocks

Coastal Cruise to Red Rock

Auburn Beaches and Sunny Coasts

Drive the sexy north coast, soak up yellow sun and swim blue oceans at a few of the island’s most pristine beaches

Coastal Cruise to            Red Rock

Drive along the scenic west coast of Dominica. Soak up yellow sun and swim blue oceans at a few of the island’s most pristine beaches. Take a walk back in time at Cabrits- an historic fort, once the centre of 17th century trade and dispute. Drive the north coast and experience breathtaking shoreline views. Visit the uniquely cold sulphur vents at Cold Soufrière, drive winding roads along cliff side and end the day in awe at Red Rock- a unique, auburn beach.

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Duration

6 – 10 Hours

Challenge level

Easy

Coastal Cruise to Red Rock

Physical Requirements
Coastal Cruise to Red Rocks

  • Fitness Level 20% 20%
  • Endurance 20% 20%

Itinerary

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Pickup

Pick up from Roseau at 8:30 am. (Or from your hotel on request) 

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Mero

Drive the scenic west coast through villages and sunny shores to Mero Beach. Stroll along warm beach or jump in for a swim/snorkel. 

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Cabrits

Enjoy a winding coastal drive to the north for a visit to Cabrits, Fort Shirley- an historic fort and remarkable bay. Walk through the barracks and quarters and get a glimpse into Dominica’s chaotic colonial past. 

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Thibaud Bat Cave

Drive along the sexy northern coast thorugh villages and over cliffsides to Thibaud and explore the Thibaud Bat Cave. 

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Cold Soufriere

Experience the unique terrain of Cold Soufriere. A cold sulphur deposit, carved from the forest.

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Red Rock

Cruise the picturesque north-east coast to Red Rock. This auburn beach boasts elegant red rock cliffsides which hug the cozy bay and almost glow from the sun’s light. Kick off your shoes and wind down at a rustic beach bar to red, setting sun. 

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Drop Off

Drop off at Roseau. (Or at your hotel on request)

What You Need

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Swimsuit
  • Bath towel
  • Change of clothes

Any other personal items

We keep it local. Our solid team of guides are all Dominican and have years of experience sharing our home’s beauty with visitors. All our guides are tour guide certified by the Discover Dominica Authority and are trained in administering First Aid and CPR by the Dominica Red Cross.  

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Mero Beach

A long stretch of sand and vibrant beach life mark the ambiance of Mero Beach. Located just about twenty minutes from Dominica’s capital, Mero is a favourite for locals and visitors alike. Calm waters make this beach ideal for a swim or snorkel and the long stretch of sand is perfect for soaking in some warm Caribbean sun. Beach bars and stalls dot the shoreline, and on a busy day there is an endless flutter of live music, fresh sea food, and liquor concoctions. 

Mero is a spectacular location for anyone looking to bask in rays of sun and simply have a good old Caribbean lime on the beach.

Cabrits, Fort Shirley

Probably one of Dominica’s most important historical sites, Fort Shirley is famous for the revolt of the West India Regiment in 1802 which resulted in the freedom of all British slaves. Perched above an open bay, Fort Shirley was constructed for its important geo-political nature, serving as a defence battalion during French/British wars for ownership of the island during the colonial era.

Since then, the fort has undergone various restoration works and holds the histories of a tumultuous past within its barracks and cannons. Today, Fort Shirley is a beautiful piece of colonial architecture, perfectly poised atop a hill open to the bay below.

A visit to the fort may feel like a step back in time. As one stands next to original 18th century cannons, the scene begs visitors to delve into the wars, peoples and events which moulded the French Creole culture of Dominica.

Cold Soufriere

Bubbling from a volcanic crater within Morne Aux Diables is the Cold Soufriere. While Dominica is known for its hot springs and boiling lakes which spurt hot sulphur water from below ground, Cold Soufriere is a unique volcanic manifestation. The water here is not hot, but cold, though the same features as other hot springs are evident.

Sulphuric gas fills the air and the rock formation is marked by eerie grey, white and clay, porous stone. Acidic, healing water seeps up from the ground almost eerily trickling down into small streams and hissing at times of drought. Interesting animals populate the pools in larval stage and are quite a site for the curious traveller.

A short eight minute walk through open farm lands will get you there and Dominica’s Cold Soufriere is definitely a must-see for anyone interested in observing unique earth forms.

Red Rock

Shaped by ocean and rugged Caribbean weather is the unique formation of reddish, clay earth known as Red Rock. This uncommon rock formation lies on the north eastern coast in Calibishie,  and is indeed visually orgasmic. During sunrise and set, the rocks seem to glow beneath the sun’s rays, as white waves tumble violently along their edge. At dusk, the sun descends behind the mountains, shedding a soft backlight behind the cliffs, which blaze red beneath its glow.

Not only are the rocks a site to behold, but Red Rock is a great place for exploration. Short rocky trails lead to hidden rock formations, a cozy cave and an intimate white sand beach. Red Rock is just another of the many unique, natural phenomena that define the magic that is Dominica and is a must-see for anyone wishing to explore the northern end of the island.

Northern Explorer

Challenge Level Easy

Duration 6-8 hours

Trafalgar Falls

Challenge Level Easy

Duration 1-2 hours

Cabrit’s Fort Shirley

Challenge Level Easy

Duration 1-2 hours

Victoria Falls Excursion

Challenge Level Moderate

Duration 6-8 hours

Day Tour

Waterfall Adventure

Experience breathtaking waterfalls with three of Dominica’s most captivating cascades. Hike  lush forests, swim clear rivers and  relax in therapeutic hot springs, jump into natural pools and lounge beneath towering falls. Come explore some of the island’s most epic waterfalls with us!

Victoria Falls Excursion

Victoria Falls Excursion

Experience calcium rich, white water at the infamous Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls Excursion

 

Experience calcium, rich, white water at the infamous Victoria Falls. Drive the lush, mossy interior of the island, visit the cosy Emerald Pool for a quick dip, walk a black sand beach, and taste fresh food from Mother Nature at the Farm-acy- a roadside stall stocked by a small scale farm. Fuel up with Ital (Caribbean vegetarian) food from a Rasta man. 

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Duration

6 -8 hours

Challenge level

Moderate

Victoria Falls Excursion

Physical Requirements
Victoria Falls

  • Fitness Level 30% 30%
  • Endurance 30% 30%

Itinerary

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Pickup

Pick up from Roseau at 8:30 am. 
(Or from your hotel on request) 

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Snorkle

Enjoy a ten minute, coastal drive to Champagne Reef and snorkel the vibrant, volcanic seabed.

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Fuel Up

Dig into fresh fruit, vegetables and local snacks from the Farm-acy. A small scale farm. 

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Emerald Pool

Drive Dominica’s wet interior to the Emerald Pool. Take a swim in a cozy natural pool beneath forest canopy.

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Black Sand Beach

Drive the east coast and dig your toes into black sand at Boute Sab, a nesting ground for Leatherback and Hawksbill turtles. 

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Victoria Falls

Climb huge boulders up stream the White River to Victoria Falls.  Swim beneath the torrents of a 253 ft waterfall.

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Fuel Up

Sample a Dominican ‘One Pot’ from Moses, an elder Rasta Man and organic farmer.

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Drop Off

Drop off at Roseau.
(Or at your hotel on request)

What You Need

  • Hiking shoes
  • Swimsuit
  • Bath towels
  • Change of clothes
  • Any other personal items

Snorkeling gear is provided for groups less than 6

We keep it local. Our solid team of guides are all Dominican and have years of experience sharing our home’s beauty with visitors. All our guides are tour guide certified by the Discover Dominica Authority and are trained in adminstering First Aid and CPR by the Dominica Red Cross. 

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Emerald Pool 

Nestled in the heart of the Morne Trois Pitons National Park is Dominica’s Emerald Pool- a cozy oasis of emerald water puddled beneath the calm cascade of an intimate waterfall. 

Emerald Pool is a rather popular site for both locals and visitors for many reasons but maybe the most apparent is it’s rumoured legend as a fountain of youth. It is said that a swim in this enchanting water adds ten years to the explorer’s life. Maybe just another island legend, but a dip in Emerald Pool is definitely a must for any visitor. 

Thick forest canopy hovers above, reflecting rays of warm sun and casting a magical, emerald hue unto the water’s surface. Dancing treetops enclose the pool as vines and clear waters trickle down the waterfall’s backdrop. 

Dominica’s Emerald Pool is indeed visually orgasmic. Filmmakers and photographers have taken advantage of it’s beauty for years, using it as a backdrop for the most spectacular photographs. It is also a favourite for destination weddings.

A short, ten minute trek through lush forest will get you there and a Dominica vacation would be incomplete without a visit to this enchanting wonder. 

Victoria Falls

Stemming from the Breakfast River in the heights of Morne Nichols is Victoria Falls – a towering cascade of calcium-rich water, which trickles from the Boiling Lake’s Valley of Desolation. On a clear day, the river is turquoise in some places and murky white in others. For this reason, Victoria is nick-named White River Falls.

A daring trek over large boulders and through river torrents will bring travellers to this awe-filled beauty. The large pool of turquoise water at the base is an excellent space for a dip, while the cool spray of the violent falls pierces the air. Victoria Falls is a perfect place to discover another one of Dominica’s unique and zen-inspiring attractions. 

Boute Sabe Beach

Boute Sabe is a cozy, black sand beach on Dominica’s east coast. This coastal beauty is a nesting ground for Leatherback and Hawksbill turtles, who come by to lay their eggs every year. 

Champagne Reef

Located on the sunny south-west coast, Champagne is a vibrant ocean habitat with a unique twist. The reef gets its name from the champagne-like bubbles which spurt up from the ocean floor. Volcanic activity in Dominica’s south is the cause of  this. Champagne offers a visual treat of marine life and cool geology for divers and snorkelers alike. A short drive from Roseau and quick walk along the beach will get you there and Champagne is a must for anyone who loves the other-worldly terrain that is the ocean. 

Boiling Lake

Challenge Level Challenging

Duration 6-10 hours

Middleham Falls

Challenge Level Moderate

Duration 2-3 hours

Family Packages

Hike-A-Thon

Challenge Level Moderate

Duration 6-8 hours

Day Tour

Get Set, Wet!

Get wet! Explore Champagne’s vibrant coral reef renowned for sulphur vents which spurt bubbling hot water from the ocean floor. Swim up the emerald waters of Titou Gorge to a secret waterfall. Kayak the Freshwater Lake and taste impeccable, local cuisine from the Laudat community. Hike over boulders to trafalgar’s twin waterfalls, and wind down submerged in therapeutic sulphur springs. Come explore some of Dominica’s most rewarding water experiences with us!

Northern Explorer

Northern Explorer

Explore the north's remote beaches, mangroves and jungle pools

Northern Explorer

Lounge on a beach to Caribbean rhythms. Enjoy a relaxing boat ride up the Indian River and visit Calypso’s Voodoo House, from iconic scenes in Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean. Jump into a refreshing pool beneath a calm waterfall. Wind down to setting sun at the auburn cliffs of Red Rock. 

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Duration

6 – 10 Hours

Challenge level

Easy

Northern Explorer

Physical Requirements
Northern Explorer

  • Fitness Level 30% 30%
  • Endurance 30% 30%

Itinerary

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Pickup

Pick up from Roseau at 8:00 am. (Or from your hotel on request) 

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Beach Lime

Drive along the west coast to Mero Beach. Stroll the rhythm filled beach or swim the bay.  

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River Boat Ride

Drive through bustling coastal villages to the north. Take a chill boat ride up the Indian River. Stop off at Calypso’s Voodoo House (from Pirate’s of the Caribbean) and share the river with the many wild animals that inhabit it. 

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Swim

Drive winding island roads to Chaudiere Pool in Bense. Take a short hike to a remarkable swimming hole and mini waterfall. Jump in from cliffside or dive in from river bank. Enjoy a refreshing swim in this beautiful, jungle swimming hole. 

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Beach Lounge

Continue alongside the plunging cliffside and tumbling breezes of the north to Red Rock, Calibishie. Lounge on this intimate, auburn beach, take a quick swim or explore the glowing red rocks and caves along the shoreline. Have a Caribbean concoction at a rustic, island bar and lounge in a hammock to sea breezes. 

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Drop Off

Drop off at Roseau. (Or at your hotel on request) 

What You Need

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Swimsuit 
  • Bath towels 
  • Change of clothes 

Any other personal items

We keep it local. Our solid team of guides are all Dominican and have years of experience sharing our home’s beauty with visitors. All our guides are tour guide certified by the Discover Dominica Authority and trained in administering First Aid and CPR by the Dominica Red Cross.

Request Guide

Background information

Named after the Kalinago Indians who inhabited the river banks, Indian River is the largest of Dominica’s many rivers. From above, you can see this still beauty winding between the villlages of Glanvillia and Portsmouth, down to the sea. The river’s shoreline is populated by buttressed Bwa Mang Trees whose roots clutch away at the bank.

The wet mangrove is home to a myriad of wildlife – crabs, egrets, and many other birds which grace the land.

A soothing boat ride by experienced locals is the best way to traverse the river, and any visit should involve a stop at Cobra’s beach bar for a stab at the bar’s special ‘dynamite’ rum punch.

Indian River is famous for its scene in Pirates of the Caribbean, where the Calypso Voodoo house was built and still stands today. This eerie, whimsical structure, preceded by a shaky wooden staircase creeping up from the river is a site to behold.

An Indian River Tour is a great way to experience Dominica, while being transported by stories of legend and past, on a soothing journey through the coastal forest of the island.

Chaudiere is a beautiful, natural pool carved out of grey rock, fed by a calmly cascading downpour from the river above. This refreshing swimming hole emanates from the Hampstead River in the picturesque community of Bense. The pool is the perfect way to escape from the surrounding heat and be embraced by nature. Thick forest hovers above and fresh river millets can be seen jumping up the tumbling waterfall. Jump in from cliffside and be caressed by calm river torrents in yet another one of Dominica’s fresh water wonders.
Shaped by ocean and rugged Caribbean weather is the unique formation of reddish, clay earth known as Red Rocks. This uncommon rock formation lies on the north eastern coast in Calibishie, Dominica and is indeed visually orgasmic. During sunrise and set, the rocks seem to glow beneath the sun’s rays, as white waves tumble violently along their edge. At dusk, the sun descends behind the mountains, shedding a soft backlight for the rocks, which blaze red beneath its glow.

Not only are the rocks a site to behold, but a great place for quick exploration. Short rocky trails lead to hidden rock formations, a cozy cave and an intimate black sand beach. Red Rock is just another of the many unique natural phenomena that defines the magic that is Dominica and is a definite must-see for anyone wishing to explore the northern end of the island.

Get Set, Wet!

Challenge Level Moderate

Duration 6-8 hours

Hike-A-Thon

Challenge Level Moderate

Duration 6-8 hours

Boiling Lake Experience

Challenge Level Challenging

Duration 6-10 hours

Victoria Falls Excursion

Challenge Level Moderate

Duration 6-8 hours

Day Tour

Hike-A-Thon

Hike lush forests in Dominica’s mountain peeks. Embark on a hiker’s adventure through steep, winding trails to some of the most spectacular jungle locations of the Caribbean. Be engulfed by mountain to shoreline views, swim pristine rivers and lakes lounge beneath tumbling waterfalls and transcend into the clouds on a full day of island trekking. 

Hike-A-Thon

Hike-A-Thon

Hike lush forest in Dominica's mountain peaks

Hike-A-Thon

 

Hike lush forest in Dominica’s mountain peaks. Be engulfed by mountain to shoreline views, swim through pristine rivers and lakes, lounge beneath a waterfall and drive through the clouds on a full day of island trekking. 

Join us on a hiker’s adventure through Dominica. Hike the thick interior to Middleham Falls for a refreshing swim beneath the cascade’s spray. Visit a zen lake engulfed in thick forest in Laudat’s chilly mountains. Enjoy a loop trail hike around Fresh Water Lake, the highest point on island for splendid views of the entire island, from mountain peeks to shoreline. Come, embark on a hiker’s adventure through the Nature Island. 

 

 

 

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Duration

6 – 10 Hours

Challenge level

Challenging

Hike-A-Thon

Physical Requirements
Hike-A-Thon

  • Fitness Level 45% 45%
  • Endurance 45% 45%

Itinerary

A

Pickup

Pick up from Roseau at 8:30 am. (Or from your hotel on request) 

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Hike

Quick twenty minute drive up the Roseau Valley. Embark on a two hour round trip hike through dense forest to Middleham Falls. Take a refreshing swim beneath the water’s spray and be awed by one of Dominica’s most majestic water features. 

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Hike Some More

Enjoy a short ten minute drive to the highest point on island. Hike the moist, elfin forest to Boeri Lake, a super zen and cozy lake hidden in Dominica’s mountain peeks. 

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Bird's Eye Views

Enjoy a loop trail hike around the Fresh Water Lake. Be amazed by 360 degree views of Dominica’s entire coast from mountain top. Look over the lake and end off the day with a fun kayak through its mini islands. 

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Eat

Pick wild herbs for your own pot of tea. Enjoy creole cuisine form Caldera’s Kitchen – a community tourism project. 

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Drop Off

Drop off at Roseau. (Or at your hotel on request) 

What You Need

  • Hiking shoes/sneakers
  • Swimsuit
  • Bath towels
  • Rain coat
  • Dry clothes

Any other personal items

We keep it local. Our solid team of guides are all from the community of Laudat and have years of experience guiding visitors to the lake. All our guides are tour guide certified by the Discover Dominica Authority and by the Dominica Red Cross in First Aid and CPR.

Request Guide

Middleham Falls 

Cascading from the chilly mountain tops of Laudat is the Middleham Falls- a 200 foot, lofty down rush of clear water. Middleham is a picturesque water feature, seemingly descending from the heavens. This tumbling falls is chaotic. Foamy water squeezes its way from towering mountain and pools violently between boulders and caves below. Middleham is a truly beautiful experience for any waterfall explorer. A somewhat challenging, uphill trek through thick, moist, forest over peeking streams and obtrusive roots will get you there. 

Middleham is a great place to submerse in Dominica’s pristine, chilly waters and join the rhythms of rapids. A daring jump over cliffside is probably the best way to experience the pool. Boasting remarkable views and ominous nature, Middleham Falls is a must-see for travellers seeking a comprehensive forest experience- hiking, swimming, cliff-jumping and off course submitting to nature beneath the roar of an elegantly imposing waterfall. 

Cladera’s Kitchen and Kayak 

Caldera’s is a community based initiative offering creole cuisine for the foreign palate. Enjoy hot tea amidst the mountans’ mist, sample impeccable local cuisine and kayak the calm lake on a slow-paced adventure of the Freshwater Lake. 

Freshwater Lake

The largest of Dominica’s four lakes, Freshwater Lake is perched just over 2500 feet above sea level, in the tranquil community of Laudat. The lake is a vast, calm settlement of emerald water, hugged by mountain and sky and inhabited by a myriad of freshwater critters. A visit to Fresh Water Lake may have you feeling like you’ve left the Caribbean. As you ascend up steep hills into the mountains, the air gets lighter and colder. The lake has a chilly ambience, is misty and often times unbearably cold at night for locals.

It is the perfect place for a snuggle at night and of course for adventure at day. One can enjoy a relaxing kayak across the lake or a soothing row boat ride. As boats float silently above, nature’s sounds echo across the expanse and birds and butterflies flutter by the islands which dot the water.

In the surrounding mountains is a loop trail which brings hikers around the lake from above. Spectacular 360 degree views await any hiker and the lush forest is a haven for nature lovers.

A ten minute drive from Laudat will get you there, and the extreme tranquility and ambiance of the lake will definitely keep you. Dominica’s Freshwater Lake is another must-do for anyone on a Dominica vacation.

Boeri Lake

Experience extreme zen at Dominica’s Boeri Lake. This peaceful, resting lake is hugged by mountains all round and roofed by vast sky and clouds. Silence is the attraction of the Boeri Lake which makes it a favourite for yogis and zen chasers. Village legend has it that this is the ideal place to talk to your God.

Crystal waters drip from hanging moss, beneath the humid forest and every breath taken is filled with fresh mountain top air. A forty-five minute hike up dense forest will get you there, and as you arrive out of breath, the tranquil space regulates even the most out-of-breath hiker. Boeri Lake is a peaceful, natural wonder which begs visitors to submit to the imposing silence and zen of another one of Dominica’s beauties.  

Boiling Lake Experience

 

Challenge Level Challenging

Duration 6-10 hours

Trafalgar Falls + Scott’s Head

Challenge Level Easy

Duration 1-2 hours

Emerald Pool

Challenge Level Easy

Duration 1-2 hours

Victoria Falls

Challenge Level Moderate

Duration 3-4 hours

Day Tour

Family Packages

Make the best of family time with our fun-filled family packages. Loaded with activities that everyone will love, these days are carefully curated for families, making sure that everyone, from babies to grandparents, has a splendid time. 

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