Dominicans get boost for renewable energy

Last week’s Budget had great news for those interested in alternative energy: “Consistent with Government’s commitment to encouraging the use of alternative forms of energy, with immediate effect all duties on equipment to be used in the self-generation of...

Dominica no longer supports whaling

Our Prime Minister today announced that Dominica will not be voting with the Japanese at the upcoming International Whaling Commission annual vote on the resumption of commercial whaling. Dominica will abstain at the vote, and this is a great step in supporting our...

Coming together to protect Dominica’s sea turtles

The annual report on Dominica’s sea turtles has just been released. It talks about the challenges – poaching still goes on, but not on the scale it used to be done – and generally it shows how communities, Government and the ROTSI project can work...

Dominica’s stunning east coast explored

I recently had a chance to do a hike I’d long wanted to do – the trail that connects the east coast village of Petite Soufriere with the beautiful bay at Rosalie. The coast road going south from Castle Bruce is a stunning one in itself, passing as it does...

Just one good experience…

I read a great cruise ship visitors experience of Dominica on the Cruise Critics message board and wanted to share. We often let these sites – and experiences – fly under the radar! “The grounds… were beautiful – very lush and green and...