Trafalgar Falls, Morne Trois Pitons National Park

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Snap photos of Trafalgar Falls, a pair of waterfalls set in a scenic spot. Climb the steps along a short trail to reach the viewing platform and observe the tall streams of water, nicknamed "mother and father," as they fall from the escarpment backed by lush, green rainforest. Explore the area further along different trails nearby. Make sure to bring sturdy shoes if you're planning on going close up to where the falls splash: the surrounding stones can get very slippery. Trafalgar Falls is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Morne Trois Pitons National Park Edition.
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  • There were ~360 stair steps round trip thru the rainforest to see two waterfalls next to each other but from two separate water sources. Our cruise tour guide had told us about crabs that inhabited th...  more »
  • As the title: the waterfall can be reached by a walk of about 15 minutes in the middle of the triumph of nature. There are huge trees and then in places the sun struggles to slip: so be careful not to slip because the forest is really rainforest. Pity that the handrails in some places have fallen and no one cares, Caribbean style. The waterfall is bad, nothing more, definitely deserves more the path.
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  • The road to the Park is winding and looked dangerous. The walk through the forest up to the gazebo is nice but nothing special for the Australian public. The same about the waterfalls (actually are two waterfalls side-by-side).
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  • Wonderful hike with beautiful waterfalls. Many creeks that offer fun wet options. Everywhere you go there are immaculate rivers & streams with crystal clear, refreshing water!
  • The storm of 2015 caused a great deal of change but the falls are as beautiful as ever, just with less green surrounding it. You'll have to climb some huge rocks to get to the base of either of the Falls but it's worth every drop of sweat. If you can't tarry, the lookout point is also satisfying.
  • Not a hard walk but since there is elevation please take your time! Also if you are going to be adventurous and try to get close to the falls a guide is very useful! Please note that stones can be very slippery when wet.
  • Moderate hike but worth the effort. If decide to crawl around on the rocks at the base of the falls, be careful! They can get slippery.
  • Still looks as beautiful as I remembered it from 1980! USN Seabees post hurricane det.