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    Kayaking Dominica

    Josh Bechtel running the first drop below Victoria Falls on the White River while Brad Ludden looks on in.

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    Dominica's black sand beach

    Ben Stookesberry on Dominica's black sand beach.

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    Victoria Falls

    Ben Stookesberry gets a rare look at Victoria Falls during a flash flood. In order to reach the falls, you have to cross the White River three times.

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    Kayaking Dominica

    Josh Bechtel drops into one of Dominica's many swimming holes.

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    Layou Gorge

    Josh Bechtel deep in the Layou Gorge. The Layou is Dominica's largest drainage.

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    Layou Gorge

    The Layou Gorge would be Dominica's classic run if only it ran consistently.

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    Titou Gorge

    Brad Ludden in Titou Gorge. At the lip, it's only two or three feet wide in places.

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    White River

    Alex Nicks at the mouth of the White River, several hundred yards from Jungle Bay Resort.

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    Dominica's southeast coast

    Alex Nicks and Jungle Bay Resort owner Sam Raphael paddling along Dominica's southeast coast.

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    Titou Gorge

    Ben Stookesberry and Josh Bechtel in the slot canyon of Titou Gorge.

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    Dominican man

    A Dominican man on the road to the Layou Gorge.

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