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Editors Note: This Article was published in the Discover Dominica e-newsletter October 2011 issue.

Dominica’s new Waitukubuli National Trail tops the Lonely Planet list for “world’s best long walks.” Lonely Planet is the world’s largest travel guide book and digital media publisher.

Lonely Planet describes Dominica and the trail as a place, “where nature still rules and you’re more likely to pass parrots than people.” Dominica was the only Caribbean location to make the prestigious list.

The Waitukubuli National Trail is 115 miles long and is divided into 14 contiguous segments that range from easy to moderate to difficult.

Dominica is the only Caribbean destination with a walking trail that extends the length of the island.

Waitukubuli National Trail in Dominica

Visit www.waitukubulitrail.com to plan your own “long walk” and to learn more about the Waitukubuli National Trail. Information on hotel packages and tour operators offering trail guides are available at www.discoverdominica.com.

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Dominica’s Boiling Lake was recently named as of Lonely Planet’s 10 Great Caribbean secrets. One of the many hidden experiences that deliver unbeatable trips in the region.

The Caribbean is not all just yachts and cruise ports (or souvenir hassle).

Dominica’s Boiling Lake is one of the Caribbean’s best destinations for rugged adventures, mountainous Dominica sports an incredible hike.

It is a tough six-mile path clinging to narrow ridges of the “Valley of Desolation.” The destination? Boiling Lake, a 207-foot-wide lake that is veiled in steam, with bubbly burps on its greyish surface. The valley is the remnants of an 1880 volcanic eruption. Expect to get dirty.

Want to Learn more about Dominica’s Boiling Lake? Watch the video below.

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