Did you know?
• Nicknamed the “Nature Island”
• One of the world’s top-ranked scuba diving destinations
• Ranked the #1 sustainable island in the Caribbean by National Geographic Traveler
• Home to 365 rivers and many stunning waterfalls
• The last island created in the Caribbean, a spry 26 million years old
• The only Eastern Caribbean island that still has a population of pre-Columbian native Kalinago (Caribs)
Welcome to Nature’s Playground
Rumor has it, upon discovering Dominica on his second voyage into the new world, Queen Isabella of Spain asked Christopher Columbus to describe the island. He was at a loss for words. Instead, he took
a piece of paper, crumpled it, and tossed it onto the table. “That is Dominica,” he said. Over 500 years later, the Nature Island’s dramatic peaks, lush rainforests, rushing rivers, welcoming waterfalls, and volcanic wonders are still leaving visitors speechless.
Come, discover a place where time stands still and experience the unforgettable beauty and adventure that awaits you in one of the best-kept secrets of the Caribbean.
Designed by Mother Nature for pure enjoyment, cultivate memories and stories that will last a lifetime in this fertile ground for adventure.
SUN-SEEKING AND SOUL-SEARCHING
Relax your inner restraints, silence
the cautious commentary in your mind, and let Dominica revive the fearless, fun-loving, barefoot part of your soul.
waterfalls & hikes
• Emerald Pool
• Middleham Falls
• Trafalgar Falls
• Waitukubuli National Trail
• Horseback Riding
• Boiling Lake
Plunging cliff walls, kaleidoscopic coral reefs, eerie caves, enchanting thermal vents, and unparalleled beauty— Dominica’s underwater world is just as rich, vibrant, and varied as its topside attractions.
• Pointe Baptiste
• Mero Beach
• Douglas Bay
• Indian River
• Kalinago Territory
• Bubble Beach Spa
• Wotten Waven
• Historic Roseau
• Titou Gorge
DIVES & SNORKELING
• Scotts Head Pinnacle
• L’abym (The Abyss)
• Coral Gardens
• Dangelben’s Pinnacles
WATCH THE WATERS
• Sea Turtles
Wonders Worth the Journey MOTHER NATURE BROKE
THE MOLD WITH THIS PLACE
The Caribbean is known for picturesque scenery, blue waters and pristine beaches. But there’s more to this tropical paradise than the surf and sand. A mountain-filled marvel, Dominica’s unmatched terrain and vibrant inhabitants offer experiences that continually reacquaint you with Nature’s unending power to surprise.
UNESCO World heritage site
Morne Trois Pitons National Park
Canefield (DCF) Roseau
Papillote Tropical Gardens
1. Morne Trois Pitons National Park
2. Boiling Lake
4. Champagne Reef
5. Emerald Pool
6. Papillote Tropical Gardens
7. Soufrière Bay
8. Kalinago Territory
9. Victoria Falls
10. Waitukubuli National Trail 11. Morne Diablotins
12. Titou Gorge
13. Glassé Trail
14. Secret Bay Beach
9 Victoria Falls
2nd largest boiling lake on earth
23 Boiling Lake Calibishie
45 Champagne Reef Emerald Pool
Caribbean’s only long-distance hiking trail
10 Waitukubuli National Trail
Traveling to an off-the-beaten path isle, like Dominica, takes a little patience. But your time will be rewarded with untold treasures and experiences that will beckon you back for years to come.
Dominica is serviced by two airports: Douglas-Charles (DOM) and Canefield (DCF). International flights from
the U.S. and Europe connect through hubs in Antigua (ANU), Barbados (BGI), St. Maarten (SXM), Puerto Rico (SJU),
Catamarans operated by L’Express des Îles ferries 300-400 passengers between Dominica, Guadeloupe, Martinique, and St. Lucia.
There are three main berths on Dominica: The Roseau cruise ship berth, Woodbridge Bay Deep Water Harbour, and Cabrits cruise ship berth.
Guadeloupe (PTP) and St. Lucia (SLU).
Visit DiscoverDominica.com to book your flight or
get the information you need to start planning your trip.
Amazement is Always in Season
Know Before You Go
Eastern Caribbean Dollar, XCD$ USD $1.00=XCD $2.70
AVG. ANNUAL TEMPERATURE
World Creole Music Festival
An exciting blend of Créole with tropical fruits and vegetables.
Voluntary; hotels and restaurants may add a 10% service charge.
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