Morne Trois Pitons National Park

Morne Trois Pitons National Park is the first national park in the English-speaking Caribbean and one of the Unesco World Heritage sites. It is named after the second highest mountain of Dominica, Morne Trois Pitons, which is located within the park.

One of the main sites of interest in the national park is the small waterfall of Emerald Pool:

Unesco World Heritage Site Emerald Pool visitor centre Common birds Brown Trembler Lesser Antillean Bullfinch

Stairs Emerald Pool Mari and the cascade Emerald Pool cascade Dogs' heads

Tags Trail Mountains Mountains and the ocean Nature trail

Rest of the pictures are from other parts of Morne Trois Pitons National Park and from its vicinity:

Mountain view Morne Trois Pitons Morne Trois Pitons (2) Mountains (2) Newfoundland Estate

Thicket Pont Cassé


Dominica 2007 »

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Guadeloupe 2007

Photos from Roseau

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