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Experience one of the Caribbean’s most spectacular natural environments on this undeveloped gem of an island.
With its dense rainforests, magnificent waterfalls and mountainous centre, Dominica will bring out the eco-adventurer in you. The island is still unspoilt, but you can expect the locals to go out of their way to spoil you with the genuine warmth of their welcome and their wonderful hospitality. People come here for the whale and bird watching alone, but it’s also great for diving, hiking and exploring the island’s beautiful interior.
Out and About
Hike the Waitukubuli National Trail
Dominica’s answer to the North Downs Way, the newly opened Waitukubuli National Trail is the Caribbean’s first long distance walking trail, covering 115 miles of stunning tropical scenery. Spanning the communities of Scott’s Head in the south, to the Cabrits National Park in the north, you’ll take in national parks, local communities, farm lands, forest reserves, coastal areas, and the acclaimed Morne Trois Pitons National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Of course, you don’t have to hike the entire trail as it’s made up of 14 manageable segments.
Dive a submerged volcano
Dominica is one of the top dive spots in the Caribbean with an underwater volcanic crater, reefs, walls and pinnacles all in their pristine state. You’ll have a good chance of seeing seahorses, frogfish, flying gurnards and many other exotic sea creatures. For a truly unique experience, try diving Champagne Reef where you’ll swim through warm bubbling waters created by geothermal vents and you’ll find the sea floor itself is warm to the touch. If you dive to experience thrill, wonder and beauty, Dominica is definitely for you.
Get wet and wild and enjoy one of the most popular activities in Dominica. Secure in your rubber ring, gentle rapids, clear swirling water and changing tropical scenery await you on your ride downstream. This is a really fun day out and one of the least strenuous ways to take in Dominica’s spectacular natural environment.
A spot of twitching
You don’t have to be a serious bird watcher to appreciate the numerous bird species found on this island. But if you are, we’ll happily organise a guided tour for you. Dominica has 170 recorded bird species, including the Sisserou Parrot, a protected species which also features on the Dominican Flag.
Food and Drink
Dining out on Dominica tends to be informal and there’s a good choice of restaurants. We can recommend the excellent Waterfront Restaurant at Fort Young and the Old Stone Bar & Grill in Roseau. La Robe Creole is also well worth a visit, as is the Papillote Rainforest Restaurant close to the Trafalgar Falls.
There are several daily LIAT services into Dominica from a number of islands in the eastern Caribbean, including Barbados, Saint Lucia and Antigua. All scheduled flights arrive and depart from Melville Hall Airport in the north of the island, 40 miles from Roseau. The smaller Canefield Airport in the south services private charter flights only.
Room OnlyVarious Meal Plans AvailableClose to Town CentreHistoric waterfront settingExcellent whale and dolphin safaris
Jungle Bay Resort & Spa
All-InclusiveOn the South East CoastAward winning eco-friendly resortExcellent programme of activities and excursions
Bed & Breakfast at Fort YoungAll-Inclusive at Jungle Bay8 days / 7 nights tourExplore waterfalls, forests and lakesIncludes a whale and dolphin safari
Dominica Dive Fest
Held every July, the Dominica Dive Fest is the longest running diving event in the Caribbean. Discounted scuba lessons aim to teach everyone about the wonderful world that exists beneath the waves. For the more experienced divers there are photography competitions, displays and
seminars to help you capture the perfect underwater image.