When you're staying in a place called "The Natural Island" you can expect to spend your days outdoors. In Calibashie this is especially true. It is often noted as the most scenic and unspoiled region of Dominica, filled with hiking trails that lead to a national park on one side and a forest reserve on the other, waterfalls, hot springs, and even an organic farm that is open to the public.
Do you hope to enjoy more of your vacation seeing the local flaura and fauna? There are quite a few hiking trails and some nature preserves near Calibishie.
Morne Diablotin National Park is a popular nature preserve situated 5.4 mi. South West of central Calibishie. Established in the year 2000, Morne Diablotin National Park serves as a safe haven for the Sisserou Parrot, the symbol of Dominica that has sadly been driven to the verge of extinction.
Take a moment to look through the table below to learn more.
|Hiking Trail||5.2 mi. Southeast of Central Calibishie|
|Morne Diablotin National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||5.4 mi. South West of Central Calibishie|
|Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||5.7 mi. South of Central Calibishie|
|Hiking Trail||5.3 mi. West of Central Calibishie|
|Hiking Trail||5.0 mi. South of Central Calibishie|
|Hiking Trail||6.9 mi. Southeast of Central Calibishie|
Even though most visitors are drawn by the beaches, that isn't the only way to experience the natural beauty of the land. Calibishie and nearby areas some great choices, including 6 waterfalls and a cave.
You should consider visiting Brenner Falls, which is found 4.7 mi. West-Northwest of central Calibishie. The waterfall is only half the adventure. Reaching it will make you and your family feel like explorers.
An additional place to consider is Brandy Falls. It is located 5.7 mi. West of central Calibishie. To reach this waterfall, an ATV is recommended, as the trail leading to it is slippery and can lead to injury. The trail is located off the main road that passes through Dos D' Ane, and cuts of the North Peninsula from the rest of the island.
The table below shows a few details concerning waterfalls and caves.
|Brandy Falls||Waterfall||5.7 mi. West of Central Calibishie|
|Brenner Falls||Waterfall||4.7 mi. West-Northwest of Central Calibishie|
|Isulukati Waterfall||Waterfall||8.7 mi. Southeast of Central Calibishie|
|Waterfall||10.1 mi. Southeast of Central Calibishie|
|Milton Falls||Waterfall||7.6 mi. South West of Central Calibishie|
|Cave||0.5 mi. East-Northeast of Central Calibishie|
|Soltoun Falls||Waterfall||11.5 mi. South of Central Calibishie|
Vacationers can spend some time in a few parks nearby.
is located 6.3 mi. West of central Calibishie. While a sulfur infused mud-bath may not seem like the recipe for relaxation, it is claimed to work and also be good for your skin. Enter this bubbling bath that is fueled by the volcanic activity beneath the island.
The parks worth considering are summarized here:
|Park||7.9 mi. West-Northwest of Central Calibishie|
|Park||6.3 mi. West of Central Calibishie|
|Park||7.0 mi. West-Southwest of Central Calibishie|
|Farm||10.8 mi. Southeast of Central Calibishie||Dominica|
Another idea is to go see some of the more interesting area land formations. Other options like these in Calibishie are shown in the table below.
|Bay||1.9 mi. East of Central Calibishie|
|Bay||3.5 mi. East-Southeast of Central Calibishie|
|Bay||3.3 mi. East-Southeast of Central Calibishie|
|Bay||3.7 mi. East-Southeast of Central Calibishie|
|Bay||3.6 mi. East-Southeast of Central Calibishie|
Luckily, Calibishie has other attraction types. If you need to find more details concerning other attractions on this page.
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