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A Caribbean island in the West Indies, Dominica is located near Guadeloupe. The island nation has a mountainous terrain and spread across 750 square kms roughly. Dominica is lined with tropical rainforests, waterfalls, rivers, beaches, and natural hot springs. The country is nicknamed “Nature Isle of the Caribbean," owing to its scenic natural environment. Dominica has many protected areas such as the Cabrits National Park, Soufriere Scotts Head Marine Reserve, and Syndicate Parrot Preserve. The Morne Trois Pitons National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to many geysers, boiling mud ponds, and the Boling lake, world’s second largest thermally active lake. Dominica’s natural beauty and diverse landscape make it an attractive eco-tourism destination. Nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts here can indulge in scuba diving, hiking, snorkelling, trekking, sunbathing, swimming, camping, and much more. The Waitukubuli National Trail, a long-distance hike trail, is the ideal way to explore Dominica. Dominica is a former French and British colony and is lined with an array of colonial buildings, such as Fort Shirley, in distinct style.

Popular Destinations in Dominica

Roseau

Capital of Dominica, Roseau is located on the southwest coast. The city is famed for its 18th century Creole architecture and botanic gardens. Roseau has a deep historic legacy, walking through its cobbled streets, visitors will come across several landmarks. In the late 18 th century, during the British rule, the trans-Atlantic slave trade brought roughly 100,000 Africans to Dominica. Many slaves ended up working for planters in neighboring French-colonized islands of Martinique, Guadeloupe, and St. Lucia. Testament to the dark history is the Old Market, a former slave auction site. Nearby, the Dominica Museum showcases exhibits on the country’s colonial, cultural and natural history. Art enthusiasts must head north of the city to the Old Mill Cultural Centre which hosts performances and displays art exhibits all year-round. Native Sisserou parrots and tropical flora can be found in the Dominica Botanic Gardens. For panoramic views of the city, visitors must head to Morne Bruce. Other notable landmarks in Roseau are the 19th century St. George’s Anglican Church and the Roseau Cathedral, which houses intricate stained-glass windows and beautiful murals.

Scotts Head

A village in Saint Mark Parish, on the southwest coast, Scotts Head overlooks Soufriere Bay. During the colonial era, the area was home to a battalion of Scots Guards. The guards used to fire warning cannon when fleets from neighbouring Martinique Island approached. Visitors can still find a strategically positioned old gun emplacement. Scotts Head is an extremely popular diving and snorkelling destination among tourists.

Calibishie

Located on the northeast coast, Calibishie is a village in the Geography of Dominica. Located along the only barrier reef on the island, the village is a prime spot for fishing. Calibishie is known for its untouched natural beauty and considered by many to be the most picturesque region of Dominica. The Calibishie Coast offers extremely diverse terrain within a small radius. Visitors can travel from rain forest to the seashore in little more than a mile. The area is lined with palm-fringed beaches, waterfalls, dense rainforest with exotic birds, and freshwater rivers with remote bathing pools. Hampstead, Hodges, Point Baptiste, Dominica's Batibou, Turtle and Woodford Hill are the top beaches in Calibishie. Owing to the recent growth in tourism, many local restaurants have sprung up along the coast.

Best Time to Visit Dominica

The best time to take Dominica flights is from mid-December to mid-April when the temperatures are moderate and there isn’t much rainfall. For those who wish to avoid crowds and get economical flights, June until mid-October is the ideal time to take cheap flights to Dominica.

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