Trafalgar Falls + Scott's HeadTwin waterfalls and vibrant reef
Trafalgar Falls and Scott’s Head
Hike to Trafalgar Falls, one of Dominica’s most popular waterfalls. Enjoy creole lunch overlooking flowing river and towering mountains. Snorkle a vibrant reef and overlook both Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean on the Scott’s Head peninsula.
Trafalgar Falls and Scott’s Head
- Fitness Level 75% 75%
- Endurance 65% 65%
Pick up from Roseau. (Or from your hotel on request)
Drive up cool mountains to Trafalgar. Take a short forest hike to a magnificent twin waterfall. Boulder through flowing river to the fall’s base and swim a refreshing pool amidst the cool spray of a tumbling cascade. Lounge in neighbouring hot and cold pools. Be awed by the towering twin falls.
Fuel up with island cuisine, overlooking rushing river and vast mountain range at River Rock Café.
Cruise the sunny south coast. Take a quick walk up to Scott’s head and step back in time. Look over the bay, poised between Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean.
Swim or Snorkel
Swim the turquoise bay, in calm waters. Snorkel a vibrant reef and bask with the many creatures which call it home.
Drop off at Roseau (Or at your hotel on request)
Affectionately named the Mother and Father Falls, Trafalgar’s twin falls complement each other beautifully and give birth to numerous water basins and streams at their base.
Trafalgar is also known for its unique sulphur springs which trickle and pool warm water alongside cold, making the perfect, natural therapeutic bath.
Trafalgar Falls is another must see for visitors to the island, and it is worth experiencing the magical warm and cold water that define the uniqueness of this natural wonder.
Today, remnants of canons and slave trails faintly hint to the sites chaotic geopolitical past as visitors enjoy the fantastic views of Soufrère Bay below.
The peninsula is uniquely positioned between Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean and is a rather remarkable site. A tiny strip of sand and stone mediates ferocious Atlantic Ocean waves to the east and calm, turquoise Caribbean Sea to the west. The lookout point above, on a clear day, offers perfect views of Martinique in the distance and the steep 2000 foot cliff drop off which progresses from Caribbean blue sea into dark abyss.
Soufrière Bay below is a bustling marine eco-system and is one of the top dive sites on island. The bay is populated by a myriad of underwater creatures including sperm whales which cruise our shores year round. If you are lucky, you can see them from shore just about 50 feet away.
For this reason the Soufrière Scott’s Head Marine Reserve (SSMR) was established in 199? to preserve the ocean for the many life forms which call it home. Wether you hike the peninsula and be awed by panoramic coastal and mountain views, swim with whales in the marine reserve, or swim through bubbling sulphur vents on the shoreline, Scott’s head is definitely a place to visit on your visit to Dominica.
Coastal Cruise to Red Rock
Cruise along the sexy northern coast line, through winding island roads, over lunging cliffside, beneath bright skies. Stop at villages along the way and sample something local. Swim some of the islands most beautiful, remote beaches and experience an auburn beach sunset. Join us for a chill island drive through Dominica’s rugged coast.