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Wacky Rollers Adventure Park
Wacky Rollers Adventure Park

Wacky Rollers Adventure Park

Open daily
Layou River, Roseau, 00152

The Basics

Along with a menu of extreme adventure rides and river tubing and kayaking excursions, Wacky Rollers offers jeep safaris in open-air four-wheelers. On a half-day excursion, discover the rugged nature of the island, making stops at Wotten Waven Sulphur Springs, Titou Gorge in Morne Trois Pitons National Park, and botanic gardens.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • This Park is an ideal attraction for thrill seekers and families.
  • River currents can get quite strong, so it’s best to have decent swimming ability.
  • Helmets and life jackets are provided, as are raincoats if you wish to stay dry.
  • Bring swimwear, sunscreen, towels and wear comfortable closed-toe walking shoes.
  • Those with heart and/or back problems are not advised to do the challenge course; pregnant and disabled visitors are asked to not take part.
  • Children under 6 enjoy a special park just for them.
  • There are no lockers for personal belongings so bring minimal gear.
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How to Get There

Wacky Rollers Adventure Park is located on the Layou river just outside Roseau in Dominica, close to the port where cruise ships dock. The park arranges complimentary round trip transportation from the port as well as many nearby hotels. The closest town is Mero, which is less than 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) away.

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When to Get There

The park is open daily year-round. For the most enjoyable experience, try to visit during the dry season, which is generally from December through April, as the Layou river is prone to flooding and landslides during the rainy reason (mid-June to mid-November). During big storms, some river-based adventure rides such as tubing and kayaking might not be possible.

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Wildcard

Roseau Old Market After the thrilling activities at the park, go for a different kind of adventure at the atmospheric Roseau Old Market located near the port behind the Dominica Museum. Dating back 300 years, the covered market was a gathering spot for political meetings, executions, and the slave trade. These days, wooden booths line the old cobblestone streets and are filled with tropical fruit, spices, handmade souvenirs, and jewelry.

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