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Holidays to Dominica​ ​

Dominica is designated The Nature Island, where beautifully green landscapes, fascinating wildlife and adventure activities await travellers of all kinds. Dominica is a world apart from the similarly-named Dominican Republic, with a never-ending list of outdoor activities for adventurers. Discover mile after mile of the untouched emerald haven by hiking the Caribbean’s longest walking trail, trekking up to the world’s second largest boiling lake and floating along the Indian River in hand-oared boats.

Dominica’s waters are also full of intrigue with healthy reefs, extraordinary formations and unrivalled visibility. The water is clear, the marine life varied and the weather warm enough to spend an entire day in the ocean. There’s even an active ‘Champagne Reef’, where bubbles rise f​rom the ocean floor providing a delightful swimming experience. The waters here are so good in fact that Dominica is the only country in the world where a pod of mighty sperm whale resides year-round! On dedicated whale-watching trips, sightings of these majestic creatures are common, along with dolphin pods, humpback and killer whales.

Dominica might be nature’s playground, but it’s also a food, music and diving enthusiast’s playground too. Each year sees an annual carnival, Mas Domnik, plus a Jazz ‘n’ Creole festival, a Food & Drink Festival, Dive Fest, and the World Creole Music Festival.

So whether you're looking for a day of rewarding walks, diving thrills, enjoying the coast, or just relaxing on a veranda surrounded by the sounds of birds and nature, the island of Dominica and its friendly locals will welcome you with open arms.

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Champagne Reef

Champagne Reef

Go snorkelling or diving on Champagne Reef, named for the bubbling waters rising from volcanic thermal springs on the ocean floor. The reef’s plummeting cliffs and towering volcanic formations perfectly match Dominica’s massive mountains and gorges. Don’t miss your chance to dive into the beauty and surprise of Champagne Reef.




Emerald Pool

Emerald Pool

Hike to Emerald Pool fed by the mountain water rushing from a 40 foot waterfall and where the waters appear emerald green in the leafy, filtered sunlight. Located in Morne Trois Piton National Park, Emerald Pool is surrounded by verdant forest and offers swimmers and waders a cooling respite on humid days.



Wotten Waven Hot Springs

Wotten Waven Hot Springs

Relax in the Wotten Waven hot springs, well-known for their natural hot sulphur water and mud pools that are believed to have medicinal qualities. They offer a relaxing and reviving experience after a long day hiking and visitors can wallow in open-air pools surrounded by lovely gardens. Each spa has its own special charm and amenities, from private sulphur baths and mud pools to exotic gardens and local culinary delights.


Boiling Lake

Boiling Lake

Hiking to the world’s second largest boiling lake is one of the best experiences in Dominica. Boiling Lake is a flooded fumarole from a volcano in the area known as the Valley of Desolation — words that seem to describe life on another planet but which perfectly capture what you’ll find if you’re daring enough.



Roseau

Roseau

The capital city, Roseau, is surrounded by the Caribbean Sea, the Roseau River, and Morne Bruce, and is built on the site of the ancient Kalinago Indian village of Sairi. The quaint town is a picturesque array of 18th century French architecture, and is small enough to be easily explored on foot.


Diving

Dive into Dominica's offshore wonder world

Plunging cliff walls, vibrant colourful reefs, eerie caves and pass-throughs, boulder strewn sea beds, enchanting thermal vents sending crystal bubbles upward, and marine life of unparalleled beauty and diversity have made Dominica's coastal waters one of the world's premier diving and snorkelling destinations.


Beaches

Beautiful Beaches

Dominica's coastline is pristine with a range of terrain from white sand to black sand, from rocky to bubbly. Each beach is unique - some are lined with bars and restaurants while others are accessible only by four-wheel drive vehicle. It’s a great place for a swim, a snorkel or just to soak up the sun.


Spas

Soak in a natural spa

Abounding with physical activities, healing therapies and natural products, Dominica is a spectacular outdoor gym and natural spa. Experience the health benefits of soaking in one of the many natural sulphur hot springs and bubbling mud baths that dot the island.


Hiking

Hike some of the Caribbean's best trails

Dominica offers a wide range of rewarding walks for hikers of all abilities. Cascading waterfalls, deep gorges, pristine rainforests, and even a lake that boils — you can't even imagine where the hikes on Dominica will lead you. With trails from easy to difficult, there's no end to the hiking adventures on the Nature Island.


National Parks

Explore the National Parks

Dominica is home to three national parks: Morne Trois Pitons National Park, Cabrits National Park and Morne Diablotin National Park. The Sisserou Parrot, also known as the the Imperial Amazon is found only in Dominica, specifically on the slopes of Morne Diablotin National Park which was established primarily to protect its prime habitat, and in the Morne Trois Pitons National Park.

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How to get to the Dominica

Fly via Antigua with a connecting flight to Douglas-Charles Airport, Dominica. Ask us about our regional connections, plus flights via the USA or other Caribbean islands to extend your Dominica holiday.

Weather and climate

Visitors to Dominica should expect plenty of sunshine interjected by intermittent rainfall. The island's annual temperature averages at 27 C.



Dominica Quick Facts

  • Time Difference: GMT - 4 hours

  • Flight time:Approx. 11hrs 50mins to Douglas-Charles Airport via Antigua

  • Local Currency: Eastern Caribbean dollar (EC$)

  • Local Language: English is the official language of Dominica; however a large portion of the population speaks Kwéyòl, which is based primarily on French and Carib vocabularies.

  • Entry Requirements:UK citizens require a full passport and don't need a visa to visit Dominica.

  • Vaccinations:None compulsory

  • Local Transport:Local taxi service available or please ask us about rental car options.
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Weather and climate

Average annual temperature: June is the hottest month in Dominica with an average temperature of 32°C and the coolest is January at around 27°C.
Dominica enjoys beautiful weather and consistent temperatures all year round. Rainfall is seasonal with the wettest months falling between September – November.


Dominica Quick Facts

  • Time Difference: GMT - 4 hours

  • Flight time: Approx. 11hrs 50mins via Antigua

  • International airport: Douglas-Charles Airport (PUJ)

  • Local Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar (EC)

  • Local Language: English

  • Local Transport: Dominica has a reliable public transportation system consisting of primarily private minibus operators. Bus stops can be found at designated points throughout the city depending on your destination. The bus fares are standardised according the specific route. Local taxi services are also available or please ask us about rental car options.
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