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Waitukubuli National Trail Segment 1 : Scotts Head to Soufriere Estate

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Scotts Head Village, Saint Mark, Dominica

Waitukubuli National Trail Segment 1 : Scotts Head to Soufriere Estate is a 3.3 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Scotts Head Village, Saint Mark, Dominica that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.

Distance: 3.3 miles Elevation Gain: 1,699 feet Route Type: Point to Point

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Fees The Waitukubuli National Trail was officially declared as an eco-tourism site on May 10, 2013, in accordance with the Commonwealth of Dominica Statutory Rules and Orders No. 7 of 2013 National Parks and Protected Areas Regulations. Therefore, visitors and non-residents must obtain a Waitukubuli National Trail Pass (Ticket) to access/hike the Waitukubuli National Trail. This is in effect from 1st July 2013. Trail Passes are categorised as follows: DAY PASS: To hike one or more segments at a cost of US$12.00 SPECIAL PASS: For organised tour packages and promotional events at a cost of US$10.00 FIFTEEN DAY PASS: To hike all fourteen (14) segments at a cost of US$40.00 Trail Passes are available within or in close proximity at the Ports of Entry See more at: http://www.waitukubulitrail.com/resources/f-a-q/

Sun Dec 09 2018

I was jet lagged and dehydrated on this hike but don’t regret a thing!! Beautiful walk with plenty of fruit trees along the way!

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Tue May 09 2017

Completed this section in December 2016. There was still a warning sign at the start of the hike that stated that the section was closed because of a landslade however a new route was already made around the landslide. This new route is VERY steep and slippery but ropes are put up for support. For the rest no problems. route is well marked. It takes around 3 hours.

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