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The unspoiled rain forests and waterfalls of Dominica, often called "the Nature Isle," provide endless opportunities for hikers. The island's most famous trek -- and one of its most challenging -- is the day-long sojourn to Boiling Lake. The flooded fumarole at the end of the trail is one of the world's largest hot springs, and it's typically shrouded in steam. Shorter hikes include a trip to the towering Middleham Falls or a jaunt around scenic Freshwater Lake.