Location: Roseau, Dominica
based on 3 reviews
A fun-filled ‘wacky’ adventure awaits you on of the intricately painted, open-air, four wheel drive vehicles. Your experienced tour guides are nature lovers who will escort you on the tour, first through the capital, Roseau and then to Morne Bruce for some of Dominica’s history and a picturesque view of the capital. You will make a brief stop at the Botanical Gardens for a close-up encounter with the National Parrot – the Sisserou.
* Hotel pickup (selected hotels only)
* Half Day Jeep Safari Tour
* Conducted in English
Feel the force of Nature as you wind through the mountains to the renowned Wotten Waven Sulphur Springs to view remnants of the island’s volcanic activity. Hop back on and enjoy an exciting ride further into the islands rainforest, to the Ti Tou Gorge, situated in the village of Laudat. Here you will discover a crevice in the mountain where hot and cold streams intermingle into a natural plunging rock pool for an exhilarating swim!
If you are really adventurous, you can swim between the mountains of the gorge to discover a spectacular view of a crystal clear waterfall – a fitting climax to your rainforest adventure!
Complimentary rum punch and fresh fruit will be served before you return refreshed to your ship or hotel!
Site Information: Ti Tou Gorge
Ti Tou Gorge is an outlet of the Fresh Water Lake, one of the few mountain crater lakes in the Caribbean. It is situated in the village of Laudat engulfed in the secondary rain forest of the Central Rainforest Region. No hiking…our Wacky Rollers Jeeps take you off-road for a few minutes into this tranquil area with less than a 1 minute stroll to the most unusual natural site. An unforgettable Wacky experience!
Departure Point: Tour commences with a pick-up from centrally located hotels or the cruise ship pier
Departure Time: 8:45am / 12:45pm
Tour Returns: Approximately 3hours
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We had a great time, and the guides were great! We felt well taken care of and got lots of information about the island and its people. The swim in the river to the waterfall was a great experience.
Reviewed by: Michael L, United States of America