Welcome to the most comprehensive site about our beautiful Caribbean island of Dominica
the lush mountain peaks of almost 5,000 ft. to diving
the dramatic vertical walls of our underwater terrain, it's no wonder Dominica
can take your breath away at every turn.
Explore the site to find out what makes Dominica one of the best
vacation places in the Caribbean to dive,
whale & dolphin watch,
hike, bird watch,explore a pristine tropical
rainforest, discover our unique culture, find and book a place to stay...or simply relax on one of Dominica's secluded beaches.
What's On In Dominica
RECOVERY EFFORTS FROM TS ERIKA
Dominica suffered great loss when Tropical Storm Erika passed over the island on the 26th August. We are currently in recovery and great efforts are being made to help all those who have suffered.
UPDATE (7-Oct-15): Dominica's road to recovery continues after the passage of Tropical Storm Erika. Airports are operational, commercial flights have returned, bridges and temporary bypasses have been contructed along the west coast, allowing traffic to flow around most of the island. Several villages and communities still have incredible challenges, but repair work is progessing.
Visitors are welcome and are asked to use Tour Guides when visiting the island's attractions. Make sure you have up-to-the-minute information when making your plans! Read more about TS Erika and Dominica's recovery
DOMINICA'S INDEPENDENCE SEASON
On November 3rd, 1978, Dominica became an independent nation; this year marks our 37th anniversary. From October through November, the nation celebrates with cultural dancing competitions, exhibitions and musical events. At this time of year, Dominica's creole heritage is on full display! Read more about Dominica's Independence Celebrations
SEA TURTLE WATCHING
From May to October is a great time to see these amazing creatures. Dominica has three species of sea turtles nesting on island: Hawksbills, Green turtles and Leatherbacks . Read more about Sea Turtles and Turtle Watching Tours
BOOKS ABOUT DOMINICA:
Written by Dominica's legendary historian Dr. Lennox Honychurch, Negre Mawon is an historical account of Dominica's inhabitants from the time of European explorers to present day.
"A stirring account of how a displaced and enslaved people fought to create a free and self-sufficient society."
Browse through Dominica's Annual Events for activities throughout the year.
Learn more about the historic Roseau Cathedral, its hidden Crypt, beautiful Stained Glass Windows and many other Treasures of the Roseau Cathedral.