Welcome to Waitukubuli National Trail

It is with great pleasure that the Trail Management Unit of the Forestry, Wildlife and Parks Division, Ministry of Environment, Climate Resilience, Disaster Management & Urban Renewal extends a warm welcome to users of the Waitukubuli National Trail, and visitors to Dominica. Through the special support of the Waitukubuli Ecological Foundation, financial support of the European Union, the Regional Council of Martinique and the Government of Dominica, we have developed the Caribbean’s first long distance walking trail, and invite you to experience it with us. The Trail opens up and showcases the best of Dominica – culture/heritage, local lifestyles, and our island’s rugged terrain and wild nature - rivers, waterfalls, mountains, exotic gorges and rain-forests. The Waitukubuli National Trail is completely hike-able with the necessary services and facilities.  We urge users to exercise safety and caution when hiking the trail and to ensure they register beforehand.  All visitors and non-residents are also required to purchase a Trail Pass to access/hike the Waitukubuli National Trail.  Passes are available within close proximity to the Ports of Entry, the Forestry and Wildlife Division, and various others vendors across the island in proximity to the trail segments. Come ‘Discover Nature for Heritage Development’.

Waitukubuli National Trail Updates

Waitukubuli National Trail Segment Updates – September 2018

The Waitukubuli National Trail Management Unit of the Division of Forestry, Wildlife & Parks is pleased to provide some updates on the progress of the rehabilitation of the
Waitukubuli National Trail Segment Updates-Rehabilitation

Waitukubuli National Trail Segment Updates-Rehabilitation

Hello to all hikers and trail enthusiasts!! :) We at the Trail Management Unit would like to give all our patient readers some updates on the recovery activities
Update on Segment One - Post Hurricane Maria

Update on Segment One – Post Hurricane Maria

The Waitukubuli National Trail Management Unit extends warmest gratitude to Mr. Ibrahim Brohim (Sign Man) and Mr. Simon Walsh, the organizers of the trail-clearing crew who completed the

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