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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. Do­mini­cafes­ti­

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