"Nature Island" packs a whole lot of eco into 290 square miles (750 km²), including rain forests, hundreds of rivers, a boiling lake, diving/snorkeling, whale watching & more. Plus meet the descendants of the Caribbean's namesakes, the Carib people!

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Dominica tourism rebounding nicely after fall 2017 hurricane devastation

Hurricane-affected countries are rebounding after last September’s devastation by Irma and…Continue

Started by Tripatini Mar 2, 2018.

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Comment by Sante Caribe on July 12, 2013 at 6:25am

For those of you who would like a wonderful cruise that stops in Dominica, try Carnival Victory.

Comment by Julie on May 14, 2013 at 2:48pm

From grandchildren in Minnesota to baby sea turtles in Dominica -

The owner of Rosalie Bay Resort on Dominica shares her journey, leaving behind family in Minnesota, to creating the eco resort and saving sea turtles in the newest episode of EX-PATS.

View her inspiring story here:

Comment by SunSet Bay Club & SeaSide Dive. on June 13, 2011 at 11:24am

Its  2 for 1 Special at the Sunset Bay Club & SeaSide Dive Resort. From now till the 23rd of October. Don't be left out on this special offer. Summer  is almost here. Join the many who will be embarking on the unforgettable trip to Dominica, the nature island of the world.


The Sunset Bay Club & SeaSide Dive Resort is a cozy All Inclusive Hotel resort with an Attached PADI Dive center. Well rested on the lovely Black sand beach of Batalie. A wide range of New experiences awaits you. Just send us an e-mail our staff is waiting and Happy to assist you. YOU DON'T WANNA MISS THAT SUNSET

Comment by Silks Hotel on February 3, 2011 at 10:19am
Dominica, the correct term for the indigenous people of Dominica, is no longer Carib, please be informed that it is KALINAGO.
Comment by Silks Hotel on January 18, 2011 at 11:04am

Silks Hotel, In Hatton Garden.



This intimate luxury hotel has a distinct charm and is steeped in history. It is comfortably nestled on the banks between two fresh water estuaries as they end their river journey and join the Atlantic Ocean. Formerly a museum, the present hotel has now been sympathetically renovated into a seductively furnished Creole mansion.

Silks hotel has been harmoniously restored and modernized to blend the elements of it's surrounding history, culture and beauty within a natural setting.



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