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Dive into Dominica's Incredible Biodiversity

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With rainforests, otherworldly volcanic terrain, and world-class diving amid coral reefs and geothermal vents, Dominica most definitely lives up to its reputation as the “Nature Island” of the Caribbean. And as such, this sovereign nation offers up wildlife encounters, with opportunities to go whale watching year round, spy rare indigenous birds, and participate in the sea turtle conservation program. Here’s where to embrace the beautiful outdoors in Dominica (pronounced “Doe-men-EE-ca”).
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Dominica
Dominica is a diver’s paradise, with an underwater landscape that mimics the island’s topography: dramatic cliffs, canyons and pinnacles, volcanic craters, and geothermal vents that send up endless streams of bubbles at a dive site appropriately...
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Dominica
There are few better ways to explore Dominica’s breathtaking and sometimes surreal landscapes than by tackling one (or more) segments of the Waitukubuli National Trail. Highlights include Morne Trois Pitons National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage...
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Bells village, St Joseph Dominica, St Joseph Bells, Dominica
With wide swaths of pristine tropical forests, Dominica teems with more than 179 species of rare birds, including the Blue-headed Hummingbird, the Plumbeous Warbler, the Purple-throated Carib, Red-Necked (Jaco) Parrot, and the green, black,...
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Indian River, Portsmouth, Dominica
A boating excursion up the mangrove-lined Indian River—which is a serene, sun-dappled journey by row boat (no motors allowed)—reveals Dominica’s diverse flora and fauna, as well as remnants from Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, which...
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Rosalie, Dominica
In the years since Rosalie Bay first launched its sea turtle conservation program on the black sand beaches of Dominica’s southeast coast, the property’s annual nest count has grown from just seven Leatherback Sea Turtle nests to upwards of 69...