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Pass By: Trafalgar Falls, Morne Trois Pitons National Park Dominica
Situated east of the picturesque village of Trafalgar is one of Dominica's most popular natural attractions: the Trafalgar Falls. A 10-minute walk will take the visitor to a viewing platform for a panoramic view of twin waterfalls which plunge about 125 ft and 75 ft respectively. A major rockslide in September 1995 buried the once popular hot springs and pools at the base of the waterfall to the left.
The once taller waterfall, i.e. the one to the left, is popularly referred to as the "Papa Falls" and the shorter, but stronger one is affectionately called the "Mama Falls"; they are both on tributaries of the Roseau River. The "Breakfast" River that hikers cross en route to Boiling Lake is one of those tributaries, and it tumbles into the shorter waterfall. The water that leaves the Freshwater Lake area flows through Ti-Tou Gorge before cascading in the Papa Falls.
Stop At: Dominica Botanic Gardens, Central Roseau, Roseau Dominica
the Botanical Gardens which is located on 40 acres of an abundance of both tropical and ornamental plants, with trees over 100 years old. Guests will have the opportunity to view the Sisserou and the Jaco Parrots, both indigenous and Dominican and learn a little more of the Island’s history.
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Scott's Head Pinnacles, Scotts Head Dominica
A tiny village on the southwest coast of Dominica, Scotts Head overlooks Soufrière Bay — one of the most popular diving and snorkeling destinations in the world. The village is about an hour’s drive south of Roseau — and well worth the time it takes to get there.
Joining diving enthusiasts are hikers eager to make their way up the peninsula’s peak and take in the inspiring landscape of the southwest coast and ocean views that stretch all the way to Martinique. It’s a short and easy climb to the peak and it also marks the beginning of the Waitukubuli National Trail.
Duration: 20 minutes