A Caribbean islands lying between Guadeloupe and Martinique, Dominica is often known as "The Nature Island of the Caribbean" due to its spectacular and varied flora and fauna. Today Dominica draws visitors from around the world with its unspoilt beauty.
This 40-acre botanical garden is located in the capital, Roseau. Home to exotic flowers and tropical plants along with endangered parrots.
Visit some of the largest and longest rivers in Dominica, surrounded by cliffs and rainforests on both sides.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, treasures include waterfalls, lakes, rivers the "Boiling Lake" and five volcanoes.
A wonderful grotto which has been featured in several movies, a popular site where visitors can swim in the pool.
A small waterfall deep in a water filled gorge, visitors take a short swim through this spectacular gorge.
Located on the south western tip of the island it's the most picturesque bay on the island, both below and above the water.