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Celebrating its 40th Anniversary of Independence on November 3rd 2018, Dominica (Dom-in-eek-a) is a haven for adventurous travellers, offering hiking, cultural festivals and experiences, diving and watersports, whale or dolphin watching along with exciting canyoning adventures backdropped by nature’s finest landscapes. Known as ‘The Nature Island’, Dominica’s tropical rainforests cover twothirds of the island and home to over 1,200 plant species and a plethora or wildlife. The volcanic topography means there is extensive geothermal activity, even underwater, which makes Domincia a haven for adventure divers and hikers alike. Dominica is also home to the Eastern Caribbean’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Morne Trois Pitons National Park, and the Caribbean’s longest walking and hiking trail, the ‘Waitukubuli National Trail’, which extends across the length of the island.
Dominica is home to Morne Trois Pitons National Park, the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in the eastern Caribbean.
Dominica is rated as one of the top ten dive locations in the world.
Tthe Waitukubuli National Trail stretches the length of the island.
Dominica is the only country in the world where sperm whales reside year-round
October - World Creole Music Festival - 3 nights of the best creole music from around the world. Dominicafestivals.com