Photo: Mark Meredith
From the commercial capital of Roseau—filled with the buzz of market vendors, bouyon soca and bélé folk music—to lulling fishing villages like Scotts Head that offer up bay views and the fresh catch of the day.
Source: The Best Things to Do in Dominica, the Caribbean’s ‘Nature Island’
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Steaming away like a sorcerer’s cauldron at the heart of Morne Trois Pitons National Park, Dominica’s Boiling Lake is a bewitching and historic hiking destination, the path traversing a tropical rainforest overflowing with medicinal and edible flora.
Source: How to hike to Dominica’s famous and fearsome Boiling Lake
With its swathes of undisturbed rainforest and clusters of active volcanoes, the Caribbean island of Dominica is a haven of natural wonders.
Source: The natural wonders of Dominica
Dominica’s commitment to climate resilience— through renewable energy, organic agriculture, ecotourism, sustainable infrastructure and a culture of eco-consciousness— has provided a strong strategic and ideological underpinning for the Nature Isle’s social and economic development.
Source: Green Growth Has Made Dominica The Fastest Growing Economy In The Caribbean
Dominica – Morne Trois Pitons National Park
From Sulawesi to Dominica, these underrated islands are often overlooked by travelers. But take a second look at 17 great islands for a crowd-free holiday.
(CNN) — Let’s be honest: Islands are rarely a hard sell, but some of these pretty places for always-needed indulgence get a little more love than others.
But on the world’s lesser-known islands, still-secret spots, aquamarine seas and a relative lack of selfie-snappers could add up to castaway vacations more noteworthy than those on islands always topping best-of lists.
From the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean, and a spot in the literal middle of nowhere, here are 17 less-boasted paradises worth adding to any travel lust list:
1. Cocos Keeling
Out in the beautiful middle of almost nowhere is Cocos Keeling, a place most people don’t even realize is probably the island of their dreams.