Why Visit Dominica?


Unspoilt and quieter than other Caribbean islands but with similar sugary sandy beaches, coral reefs, aquamarine waters, sunshine and a warm, calm Caribbean sea. It is a secret gem and the epitome of paradise. 



Natural splendors

There is an abundance of natural splendors. Rainforest landscape, 365 rivers, the second largest boiling lake in the world, subterranean volcanoes, mountains, waterfalls, hot springs, and both white and black sand beaches.



Eco paradise

For a tiny island, Dominica punches above her weight in striving for sustainability. Committed to eco-tourism; a ban on many types of plastic; the use of geothermal energy and investment in its native wildlife, the island aims to have as little impact on the environment as possible.



Dominica is home to three species of turtle that can be seen from protected sites. Sperm whales are often spotted and dolphins are plentiful. Inland, parrots add a riot of colour to the rainforest, and keep an eye out for agoutis and manicous!



A myriad of trails criss cross the island – through lush national parks and dense rainforest, and otherworldly volcanic landscape – visitors can hike, canyon, climb and swim. Underwater, around the coast, divers and snorkelers witness some of the region’s most unspoilt sealife.



Dominica is home to some of the last of the indigenous Caribs – the tribes here long before colonisation.