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Bits & pieces from our visit to the EMERALD POOL in Dominica ("Bumpiing Tours" - December 27, 2011)

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Uploaded on Jan 22, 2012

DOMINICA = called the "NATURE ISLAND"

Tour guide Gary (of Bumpiing Tours) drove us 1 hour from Dominica's capital Roseau, in an AC van, to our first stop - the EMERALD POOL (it was raining at times but we enjoyed very much the rainforest, the cold & clear water at the Pool and the beautiful Waterfall).
After our visit to the Pool and Waterfall, we listened to live jazz music (performed inside the Visitor Center by a talented young man).

- This wonderful grotto is a short walk into the rainforest in the centre of the island (on the road to Castle Bruce). The easy walk to the Emerald Pool (actually a waterfall-fed pool that appears bright green in the tree-filtered sunlight) is a loop trail of less than 1 mile that takes about 15-20 minutes to complete (it's considered the most accessible spot in the entire Morne Trois Pitons National Park).

- If you're taking your swimming gear be warned - it's a little cold in the pool & rocks can be slippery behind the Waterfall !

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