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Syndicate Falls

Portsmouth, Dominica
+1 767-295-1323
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Short hike, but totally worth it. The falls is beautiful. The water is cold and refreshing. Great... read more

Reviewed 26 July 2017
Katie L
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Miami, Florida
Amazingly Spectacular - July 2017 visit (rainy season)

Lush green terrain Fresh clean river Pay the entrance fee Vegetation all around Bananas Limes... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2017
afokoma
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Portsmouth, Dominica
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Located just below fabulous 100' tall Syndicate Falls, brand new Camp DominEco now features overnight camping in our huge riverside family size tents, two all wood tree houses (one in a cinnamon tree!)and enjoy the bush bar, organic farming, and huge herb garden...Agro Tourism at it's best! We also have a nice "emerald pool" of our own, see the photos. Call for a taxi to Camp DominEco and stay the night while hiking the Waitikubuli trail. Parrots, fruits, drinks, souvenirs, we may even have a zip line by the time you arrive! Peace. Captain Mark
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“water shoes” (3 reviews)
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Reviewed 26 July 2017

Short hike, but totally worth it. The falls is beautiful. The water is cold and refreshing. Great Experience

Thank Katie L
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Lush green terrain Fresh clean river Pay the entrance fee Vegetation all around Bananas Limes Papaya ( seasonal) Easy trekking Wear old sneakers ( crossing the river) Dip your toes , it's cold

Thank afokoma
Reviewed 10 June 2017 via mobile

A 20 minute hike but intersting. Our drive Paul from eddison tours came with us and was great identifying the many edible and non edible plants along the way. Waterfall was beautiful and you ARE now allowed to swim in it

Thank PeterAnthony
Reviewed 19 May 2017

First let it be known this is NOT the Syndicate Nature Trail that is included with the one week National Park pass. You have to pay a fee to cross private land to access these falls. The sign says they use the money to maintain...More

Thank MurTheExplorer
captainmark55, Owner at Syndicate Falls, responded to this reviewResponded 20 May 2017

there is a bathroom for your use, a shower, a tree house to lounge in and the road is swiped regularly. the path up the river is clear and easy. what else would you like to see? if it took you 20 minutes, then you...More

Reviewed 27 April 2017

The lushness Dominica was a delight and a joy. I would recommend taking Lewis from Secret Bay who is a native Dominica and explains the island to you. A Lenita recommendation, by the way. Also key is a excursion with Dr. Birdy, the acknowledged official...More

Thank mhssand
Reviewed 25 April 2017

Not a long hike to the falls. Be prepared to cross the river a few times to get up close to the falls. Don't be tempted to go steep uphill to the right if the falls. Get down to the river and get your feet...More

Thank Simon T
Reviewed 23 April 2017

If you are staying in Portsmouth, this is an easy falls to get to. Our PAYS rep, Spesh, got us a driver He takes you to a point where you hike maybe 1/2 mile or less in to the Falls. Since you hike through private...More

Thank Carolyn G
Reviewed 6 April 2017

This is a short walk from the road and a beautiful natural park. Good for entire family, very well thought out.

Thank Michael B
captainmark55, Owner at Syndicate Falls, responded to this reviewResponded 10 April 2017

glad you enjoyed it, did you get up in the Cinnamon Tree House? Come back soon, peace.

Reviewed 7 March 2017

No doubt this natural beauty is worth the hike. I can only imagine what it much have been like to be the first person to discover this natural wonder.

Thank David_The_Travler
Reviewed 3 March 2017

Rather rugged drive to the entrance, then a challenging hike through mud and stream to get to the falls. Good water shoes or hiking sandals are a must. Nice shady stream with rocky bottom leads to a lovely falls. No swimming in the falls pool,...More

Thank vulforge
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