Dominica Cruises

Cruising in Dominica

As a tiny island nation tucked away in the Lesser Antilles region of the Caribbean, Dominica may be easy to overlook for those not already familiar with its charm. There’s a reason it’s referred to as the Nature Island of the Caribbean - it is absolutely stunning, with scenery comprising lush vegetation and wildlife as colourful as their tropical surroundings. This is a big reason why the island is so popular among holidaymakers looking to experience the Caribbean in its most unspoiled form. Here, man has left a minimal fingerprint and you can get a real sense of going one-on-one with nature.

One of the best ways to explore the island is with a hike along the Waitukubuli National Trail, which, at 115 miles in length, extends from the southern tip of the island all the way to the Cabrits National Park in the north. At the Morne Trois Pitons National Park, a UNESCO WOrld Heritage Site, you’ll find plenty of natural wonders, including Boiling Lake, Boeri Lake and Middleham Falls. Snorkelling off the coast, you’ll be treated to the sites of underwater volcanic vents, colourful fish and intricate corals.

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