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We passed through the Valley on the way to boiling hike. Not a hike for the faint hearted. Scrambling down boulders to get to the Valley was a bit more than we expected. The view, smell of sulphur and feeling of the place was very...More
if you're an adventurer like myself and has a passion towards nature the island of Dominica is where you go I enjoyed the joke to the sleepy slope. The trail leading to the boiling lake is full of steps if wood and stones it's really...More
If you love nature, this is the place for you. No wild animals to be concerned about. Beauty abound. Lush vegetation. Garden of Eden. Fresh fruits and vegetables, picked from the trees daily. 365 rivers, waterfalls, boiling lake, silver lake, hot springs, fresh water lakes,...More
this was an awesome hike. diverse landscape and unique environment due to geo thermal activity. You can boil and egg in some of the hot pots. Make sure you take a spoon to dip it out when it's cooked. If you've made it this far,...More
We visited the Valley of Desolation on our way to the Boiling Lake. Together, they make for an excellent hike (about 6 hours).
Bring your camera and wear something you can swim in. Your shoes will get soaked.