Sari-Sari Waterfall, Dominica
Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
Hike through a forest, and along and over rivers, to get to Sari-Sari Waterfall, a dramatic cascade of water at the end of a short but strenuous trail. Travel cautiously, as the first part of the trail has perilous drops, and people have been seriously injured. Be prepared for downpours, and bring clothes for swimming at the base of the falls. Be advised that a landslide in the past has necessetated alternate routes to the falls, which are now in place. Taking a guide will help you navigate to the falls. Use our Northern Forest Reserve vacation trip planner to add Sari-Sari Waterfall and other attractions to your Northern Forest Reserve vacation plans.
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This was an adventure of a life time. The hike through the jungle, across the river and over and under the large rocks culminated in the best site my eyes have encountered. Water pouring out the side ... read more »
I went into this hike expecting a much easier hike than I found it to be. When driving to the start, an elder of the village stopped us and was adamant that we should not go without a guide. She seeme... read more »
Hurricane Erika greatly changed the Sari-Sari Falls hike. Its a difficult hike now, climbing over huge boulders in the river, many river crossings and watching your step on the slippery rocks. It took... read more »
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