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Middleham Falls

Laudat Village, Morne Trois Pitons National Park Dm, Dominica
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Middleham Falls and Ti'tou Gorge Half-Day Excursion
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Dominica Half-Day Tour: Freshwater Lake, Middleham Falls, Ti Kwen Glo Sho
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To get to the island's highest waterfall at 150 feet, you'll need to take a one-hour hike through fern- and orchid-filled rainforest.
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“splash pool” (2 reviews)
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Laudat Village, Morne Trois Pitons National Park Dm, Dominica
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Best one we've visited. Started at the visitor car park. Too us a bit over a hour to reach the falls viewing platform. Trail is well made with a view more difficult stretches. Main thing to note is that when you reach pathway junction with...More

Thank Chappers48
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This 45 minute hike surprised me. We aren't in bad shape (we take body pump and high-intensity interval training classes 4 days a week) and this took us about an hour and a half to hike each way with a couple 5 minute stops. The...More

Thank Julie B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We did this hike about two days after doing the Boiling Lake hike, so compared to that it wasn't near as challenging. However, there is quite a bit of uphill, but I felt that was to be expected in Dominica. Trail is very well marked...More

Thank emily127499
Reviewed 1 May 2017

The trail head is a mile plus off the road- well marked- and though some park on the road, it doubles the hike unnecessarily. You walk through a well maintained trail system to a viewing platform close enough to get sprayed during rainy periods.

Thank Michael L
Reviewed 13 April 2017

The hike to these falls is not that hard, except maybe for the first 15 minutes, climbing uphill (steep parts are mostly arranged with staircases). And the falls themselves are very beautiful. It is possible to swim in the splash pool.

Thank François F
Reviewed 29 March 2017 via mobile

My wife and I are split on this experience. I loved the falls and the splash pool. My wife hated the mostly uphill hike in (lots of stairs, she has some mild asthma). Overall the falls are very impressive and the pool is cool and...More

Thank bmitchell2015
Reviewed 19 March 2017

We went on this hike with Peter Green Bushmans Tours. It was absolutely fantastic. Peter was excellent and certainly knows his stuff, he even took photographs of us all on our cameras at different points of the hike and when we got to the falls....More

Thank Isabel R
Reviewed 14 March 2017

Great ambiance and nice hike .. I enjoyed walking to this falls with my friends and the scenery is also great.. cool and fresh atmosphere

Thank Rachel F
Reviewed 21 December 2016 via mobile

The Falls are fantastic and I am happy to have done the hike, but this is not a trail for wimps. It was slick and muddy with plenty of leaves, mossy rocks and tree roots to trip you up. Some parts are steep and you...More

2  Thank Brian S
Reviewed 9 November 2016

It was totally worth it getting wet, moderate hiking, around 50 min to 1 hr with raining weather, some areas you get wet walking thru river areas and at the end the view, sound, and everything of the Middleham waterfall make it worth it. You...More

1  Thank Luis S
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JKercheval
28 December 2015|
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Response from Balvine |
Hi. I live on Dominca and am familiar with both hikes. I would recommend Middleham Fall 1) it is a beautiful waterfall, with an accessible rock pool for a swim 2) the walk through the rainforest is a great experience 3) the... More
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