The 'Nature Island' of the Caribbean and still worth visiting in spite of the devastation caused by hurricane Maria in 2017. Please look at our NEWS page for information on our volunteering package and how you can help. Thank you so much!
Due to the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria in September 2017, we have temporarily suspended our usual group tours to Dominica. However, we can tailor-make a holiday to suit your individual interests and we are offering an opportunity for volunteering on the island, which can also be done as part of a Lesser Antilles holiday. Please look at our NEWS page for more information.
Dominica is without doubt the ‘Nature Island’ of the Caribbean and one of its best-kept secrets. Few places on earth exude eternal beauty like Dominica. Its rivers and rainforests, soaring mountains and black volcanic beaches, defy the stereotypical sun, sea and sand package. This unique island is the ideal destination for all those who travel with a passion, not just to see things, but also to make discoveries.
Dominica boasts a remarkable range of natural habitats and a very rich bird life including the rare Imperial and Red-necked Parrots, known locally as Sisserou and Jaco. The stunning mountains will attract hikers, while divers will relish the depths of the oceans. This is also one of the best places in the Caribbean to spot whales and dolphins all year round. There are so many places of both natural and cultural interest to visit here such as the incredibly scenic wilderness of Morne Trois Pitons National Park, the ‘Boiling Lake’, Emerald Pool and then there is the Carib Territory, which is the only place in the Caribbean still inhabited by the original settlers of the area.
This is an amazing opportunity to visit some of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean, to enjoy the best of their natural attractions, relax on their stunning beaches, look for the endemics and rare birds on each one, and get to know the wonderful people. In Dominica, you will have the opportunity to get involved with some of the recovery work after Hurricane Maria, as well as doing som...