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Dominica - nature's best kept secret
Dominica - nature's best kept secret
Known as The Nature Island of the Carribean, Dominica is largely covered by wooded mountains and a tropical rainforest. Hosting a variety of flora and fauna, including many rare plants, animals and bird species, Dominica is protected by an extensive natural park system. There are three national parks, two forest reserves and the Syndicate Parrot Reserve. Home to the world's second largest hot spring, Boiling Lake, Dominica has 365 rivers and many waterfalls, some of which are hidden within the lush forests. With ample coastlines and coral reefs, Dominica is well known for its beautiful dive and snorkel sites, and visitors will find a wide variety of additional activities to enjoy ...
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Plug Type: Type D   G  
Currency: XCD - Eastern Caribbean Dollar (XCD)
Languages: English
Time Zone: GMT --4 hour(s)


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Dominca Island Guide

The Kalinago people were the first to settle Dominica, but Christopher Columbus is responsible for the country’s modern name ...

Travelling to Dominica

Upon arrival in Dominica, U.S. travellers are required to present a valid, up-to-date passport to immigration officials, along with ...

Facts about Dominica

Dominica, officially the Commonwealth of Dominica, is an island country in the West Indies. The capital, Roseau, is located on ...

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