Unlike the first hike of Hikefest 2009 - the Chemin Letang trail, where it rained for 3 hours straight, the Morne Vert Loop from Soufriere and ended at Soufriere Sulphur Springs was definitely one of the better hikes I’ve been on for quiet awhile.
The weather conditions on the day was ideal for hiking; not too hot but still clear enough to catch some spectacular views.
Morne Vert is located near the south coast of the island and the Soufriere Sulphur Springs.The area has an abundance of geological, as well as cultural history. A perfect example is the Bois Cotellete plantation is one of the oldest estates on the island, which dates back to 1700’s.The ruins are still there. Also apart of trail is the Palmiste Estate - an ancient track which was used by Kalinago Indians.
Courtesy of: Dominica Weekly
Courtesy of: Dominica
Wednesday, 27 May 2009
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