With so many attractions and adventures around Soufriere and neighboring Scott’s Head, it’s hard to choose!
Go scuba diving with Nature Island Dive. Already certified? Explore some of the most beautiful dive sites in the world in the Soufriere/Scott’s Head Marine Reserve. The dive shop also offers sea kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding.
Learn to freedive with Blue Element. With courses and training available for all levels, from beginner to elite, and world-class instructors and conditions, this is the place to experience the underwater world on a single breath.
Spend an afternoon snorkeling in Soufriere or Scott’s Head—beautiful reefs await! For a change of scenery, hop in a bus for a few minutes’ drive to Champagne Beach and see for yourself how it got its name.
Relax at the beach. Enjoy a rum punch, natural hot pools, and a gorgeous view of the sunset at Bubble Beach Spa, or head to nearby Champagne Beach for a different experience.
Hiking and Nature
Hike Segment One of the Waitukubuli National Trail—the first long-distance walking trail in the Caribbean. We’re uniquely located at the end of the segment.
Explore many other nearby walking trails, including roads and paths around Soufriere, Scott’s Head, and Gallion Loop. Stunning views of the Soufriere Valley await!
Relax at Sulphur Springs, where you can bathe in natural hot pools. If you’re looking for something more refreshing, opt for a short walk up the cold river, where you’ll find natural cold pools. Both are located just minutes from the Guesthouse.
Visit the Scott’s Head peninsula for sunset. Hike to the top and enjoy the view!
Hike up the cold river toward the Soufriere Gorge, eventually reaching natural sulphur deposits and gorgeous views.
Explore the villages of Soufriere and Scott’s Head. Discover delicious roti, friendly locals, and lovely views. You can even buy fresh fish at the waterfront.
Visit Joan’s Snackette on Saturday mornings for a mouth-watering local breakfast. Bakes, cocoa tea, accra, and more…you won’t leave hungry!
Take a farm tour with Joe and discover local, sustainable, organic farming.
There are hundreds of amazing activities and attractions in the rest of Dominica! A few of our favorites include:
- Trafalgar Falls
- The Boiling Lake
- Canyoneering with Extreme Dominica
- Emerald Pool
- Titou Gorge
- Exploring restaurants and cafes in the capital, Roseau
…and many, many more! We encourage you to research, as these are only a handful of what’s available in the amazing Nature Island.