5 NIGHTS / 3 DAY TOUR
Accommodation in Deluxe Room
Full Breakfast Daily
Aerial Tram & Titou Gorge, Trafalgar Falls & Freshwater Lake, Native experience
Single – US$ 961.00
Double – US$ 660.00 per person
Double with Non Adventurer – US$ 516.00 per person
Rainforest Aerial Tram
Aerial Tram – Feel at one with Nature as you are taken into the heart of the rain forest as the Aerial Tram winds its way to a height of 300 ft. Spectacular views of three of Dominica’s tallest mountains, Morne Watt, Morne Micotrin and Morne Anglais await you; you catch glimpses of the agouti and other wildlife scampering through the lush foliage. You can choose to walk across the magnificent spring bridge 300ft. high on the way down – either way this natural experience will leave you exhilarated and at one with Nature. (1½ hrs)
*Titou Gorge and *Trafalgar Falls – see Soft Adventure 1
Accessible from the village of Laudat after a 45 minute hike, the north-west end of Freshwater Lake rises to an elevation of 2,500 feet(767m); with a depth of c.75ft, its serene beauty is made all the more exotic by the montane thicket with melastome shrubs and Heliconia plants leading to a gully overlooking the lake. Its main source of water comes from hydro-electric plants and is visited by a number of wetland birds – green-backed, little blue and great blue herons, common gallinule, blue-winged teal and ringed kingfisher.
Depart Roseau, travel up the lush Antrim Valley and the East Atlantic Coast to the Carib Indian Village for a real Native Experience with your Carib Indian Tour Guide. Dominica is the only island where the indigenous Caribs have survived and live together as a group in their own community. Learn from your guide about the lives of these proud and noble people who once ruled the Eastern Caribbean. Hike to the legendary L’Escalier Tete-chien, visit, the Salybia Church and Bay, travel along the “Horse Back Ridge”, sit under a tree on the grass and have a real local lunch prepared Carib Style. Forget about the hustle and bustle of the commercial world, relax and enjoy nature as it was meant to be. Take a rejuvenating swim in the Pagua River, which still bears the name given to it by the Carib People who came to Dominica over 500 years ago.
All Packages include Government Taxes, Service Charge, Site Fees and Tour Guides where necessary. Packed Lunches can be arranged or recommendations made at selected restaurants on request.