- Dominica Jeep safari shore excursion
- See Dominica's stunning natural beauty
- See crystal clear waterfalls
- Complimentary port pickup and drop off
- Covered by Viator's worry free policy: guaranteed on-time return to your ship
What You Can Expect
Feel Mother Nature’s influence on this Caribbean island 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 the Jeep and enjoy an exciting ride further into the island’s rainforest to Ti Tou Gorge, situated in the village of Laudat. Here you will see a mountain crevice where hot and cold streams intermingle into a plunging rock pool, perfect for an exhilarating swim. Ti Tou Gorge is an outlet of a fresh water lake that is one of the few mountain crater lakes in the Caribbean. The open-air Jeep will take you off-road for a few minutes into this tranquil area with less than a one-minute stroll to the most unusual natural site.
If you are really adventurous, you can swim between the mountains of the gorge to see a breathtaking crystal clear waterfall – a fitting highlight of your rainforest safari.
Complimentary rum punch and fresh fruit will be served before the return to your cruise ship port.
Worry-free Shore Excursion:
We will ensure your excursion ends with ample time for you to return to Roseau for your ship’s departure. In the rare event your ship has departed, we will arrange for transportation to the next port-of-call. See our terms and conditions for full details.
there was a group of eight in an open top jeep,we had a great time, , sorry I can't remember our guides name, but she was very informative and both she and the driver came into the gorge swimming with us to help some of the weaker swimmers (including myself) as the current gets stronger as you get to the waterfall, it was a wonderful experience and I was so glad I had braved it!!
Seeing the beautiful island of Dominica in an open air jeep was worth the choice of this excursion! Having a tour guide like Shevan made it even more delightful! She gave an insider's look at the history and life of the island and entertained us as well. The swim at the end is safe and fun for all ages. It is required than one wear a flotation device, and small groups are led through a short tunnel gorge to an open natural pool where there is a waterfall. The more adventurous can enter the pool by jumping off a ten foot ledge into the cold water, but most waded in from a shallow entrance.
it rains every day in Dominica according to the tour guide and indeed it never actually stopped whilst we were in Dominica. Despite this we were in an "open" jeep .... there was no cover available. I would expect that as it does rain every day there would be at least an option to cover the jeep.
Secondly, there was little consideration given to tourists comfort generally .... for the4 hours or so there was no consideration given to a rest room stop and when asked one was not provided.
Tour itself was good ... good view of island provided.