The island of Dominica is home to no fewer than nine active volcanoes, so it’s a real hotspot for geothermal activity, which you’ll see on today’s tour. It begins with a drive through the lush forest of the Roseau Valley, passing by the village of Wotten Waven, known for its many fumaroles and hot springs. You'll then view the Dragon’s Mouth from a distance, and watch as clouds of steam billow out from the boiling water-filled cave. Next, your scenic drive will take you to a roadside point to view the Trafalgar Falls. These twin waterfalls are nicknamed mother and father by the locals because of how they sit side by side. The final part of the tour takes you to the huge Freshwater Lake. It’s located at one of Dominica’s highest points, so it’s colder than elsewhere on the island and often covered in a blanket of mist. Legend has it that a one-eyed monster lurks beneath the water’s surface, too. On the way there, you’ll stop at a viewpoint to take pictures, and pass by one of Dominica’s tallest mountains.
- SUITABILITY Little physical activity.