Dominica Island, located in the French Antilles, is considered the Caribbean's best-kept secret: an unexplored volcanic island, featuring black sand beaches, 365 rivers, and extensive trails, ranging 183km through the wilderness of its untouched nature. Bounded by both the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, which feature a series of rare cetaceans around the island's coastline, Dominica's lush rainforests host as much as 160-bird and 55-butterfly species.
The island is noted for its scenic volcanic features; emerald pools & waterfalls, geothermal hot springs, including the world's 2nd largest hot lake "The Boiling Lake" (not meant for swimming), numerous national parks and rare pre-Columbian Cabrit natives residing in a dedicated Carib territory.
Known as "The Island of Centenarians" attributed to its ecological environment, Dominica is a safe destination and offers its visitors a unique connection to nature, harmony, vitality and lifetime experiences.
- Cabrits Resort & Spa Kempinski Dominica
Bay Street, Douglas Bay, Cabrits National Park