Things to do...
Dominica is FULL of things to do, from hiking, diving, and horseback riding to the World Creole Music Festival and carnival. Some of our favorite sites and activities include:
Hiking to one of the many waterfalls around the island
Boat tours up the Indian River (and the rum punch at the end)
Taking tours of the farms with a local farmer
Horseback riding through the rain forest
Lunch and swimming at Mero Beach
Bathing in the sulfur spas around the island
Sea horses are among the many creatures living among our reefs
Take a load off and relax in a hammock for an afternoon
Take a moment to enjoy Dominica's village life
Take a ride up the Indian River (where scenes for Pirates of the Caribbean were filmed) while your guide points out local flora and fauna
A short drive to Roseau takes you to the Botanical Gardens
Head to Roseau and check out local shops, vendors, and eats.
Stop in at a local church
Stop and enjoy one of our amazing sunsets
Check out an old British fort in Portsmouth
Take a drive
Take a drive around the island and see what you find
Dominica boasts 365 rivers, one for every day of the year
There are beautiful birds to be found all around the island
Rainbows are a daily occurence
Many villages (including Layou) have local fisherman. This means fresh fish!
Cocoa is grown across the island and can be purchased in many stores.
There are dozens of waterfalls at the end of some beautiful hikes.
Sulfur spas can be found across the island. Screw Spa is located in a unique setting and has a number of hot and cold pools said to help many health conditions.
Take a drive across the island to the Kalinago Territory.
Dominica is famous for its amazing waterfalls
Try a Kubuli, the local beer.
Taking a hike gives you a completely different perspective.
A short hike in Coulibistre takes you to these lovely red rocks
A pretty hike brings you to Glasse Point and some beautiful, Atlantic views.
Whale watching with Dive Dominica also gives you some spectacular views of the island
While diving, you will often see turtles. You can also see if they are hatching at Rosalie Beach.