Project Description


Dubbed “The Nature Island of the Caribbean”, this rugged landscape of blue-green slopes, rushing streams, waterfalls, and cloud-drenched mountain peaks, rises to almost 5000 ft. giving the island a legendary beauty. Dominica is volcanic in origin with rich fertile soil and abundant tropical rain forests. Dominica’s Morne Trois Pitons National Park has been inscribed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, and is home to one of the largest boiling lakes in the world.

The majority of the island is covered by densely wooded mountains and rain-forest. The overall terrain is very steep, and extremely rugged.

Thanks to this unspoiled beauty enhanced by hot springs, bubbling pools, surprising stretches of golden sandy beaches and typical black volcanic ones, emerald waters of surrounding the island Caribbean sea, rare plants and colorful birds – Dominica was nicknamed “Nature Island of the Caribbean”. In fact the name is well deserved.


Often referred to Emerald Isle/Nature Island
Often referred to as the only island in the Caribbean Christopher Columbus would recognize today
Ultimate eco tourist destination
Over 130 kilometers of hiking trails through the rainforest
Mountains up to 5000 ft.
365 rivers
Breathtaking waterfalls throughout the island