Hiking through the Caribbean is a perfect way to
observe the natural flora, fauna and tropical birds. If you are energetic
you might like to hike up the mouth of the Rabacca Dry River formed
by the hot lava of La Soufriere volcano.
That's what St Vincent
hiking is all about... exciting, exillerating, exhausting with
wonderful birds enroute!!
Or do you prefer the type of hike, just a little
faster than a stoll, armed with your binoculars, particularly along
the cliff edge with distant views of tropical islands... then head
Wonderful scenery and beautiful birds a perfect synergy.
From coastal cliff to tropical rain forest, this is where you will
find the megga spots!
Birdwatching in the islands of the Caribbean offers an endless diversity
of sights, sounds and scents.
Dominica takes you along ancient Amerindian trails.
Dominica is a wonderful birdwatching country or you may prefer to
offering superb trails around the Grand Etang National Park
St Lucia the Forestry Department organises hikes through the
With birdwatching as an added option.
While hiking in Jamaica
whose name means 'Land of wood and water' offers tremendous diversity
including the 200 acre Blue Mountain/John Crow Mountain National Park.
the Asa Wright Nature Centre, just north or Arima, is an excellent
hiking destination. A 2 1/2 hour walk brings you to the 700 acres of forest
and its many trails, pools for swimming and abundance of flora and fauna.
Birdwatching in the Caribbean, good for the
body and the soul!