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City break in Dominica Island. Active leisure ideas for Dominica Island - attractions, recreation and nightlife

Sunset over Dominica Dominica will be great for those, who are ready not only for beach rest and rare excursions to the historical places but also for everyday active leisure. Diving, water sports, hiking and cycling of varying degrees of complexity - all this will allow you to see the island in all its glory. So, going to Dominica, be prepared that you can only get all the impressions from this place while making some effort. The island will give unique memories and let discover all its secrets to the tireless travelers.
Vacation in Dominica will be great for children, who are ready to learn something new and leave traditional activities for some time. The thing is, there are no specialized places for kids … Open
Diving here is good all year round, despite the rainy season from June to October. The water temperature rarely falls below 25 degrees, and visibility is usually at least 15 meters, although at times you can see objects at 30 meters. If you have never dived before but want to try, you can safely practice at one of the local dive centers. After passing a course in theory and practice, you will get a diver license, which is valid in any country in the world. You should dive off the coast of Dominica at least because from November to March you may see sperm whales. These giants are rarely seen even by experienced divers.
If you are fond of underwater photography, try to photograph not only a sperm whale but also a sea duck or an eagle ray. The Champagne reef, known for its volcanic bubbles from hot springs, rising from the bottom in any weather, is suitable not only for divers but also for snorkelers. Here you can see calamari, a sea duck, and a Mediterranean flying gurnard. The tops of Soufriere Pinnacles will be good for those, who like sponges and corals. It is here that you can often find mantua and turtles. The Cottage Point site will appeal to amateurs, who like to explore wreck sites. The Point Break site, the "Five Fingers" rock and the Whale Shark Reef will allow you to get acquainted with different facets of beauty and diversity of the underwater flora and fauna of the Caribbean. By the way, note that when you dive in the marine reserve, you will have to pay a small environmental fee. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
Dominican cuisine combines the traditions of French, African, and American Indian’s cuisines. Remember that most of the local dishes are very spicy. The restaurants are located only in … Open
If you prefer to spend time on land, rather than in water, then prepare for long hikes. It's the hiking routes of varying degrees of complexity that provide the best opportunity to get to know the nature of Dominica. Take a dip in the emerald waters of Lake Emerald and admire the twelve-meter waterfall. Immerse yourself in the waters of the hot springs of the Titus gorge. Go from the banana plantation to the Sari-Sari waterfall, admiring the rare species of butterflies, rivers and exotic flowers on your way. While walking in the Morne-Trois-Piton National Park, be sure to visit the Boiling Lake, known locally as "Boiling." Aborigines believed that there is a passage to the underworld here.
Sunset from Red Rocks, Dominica, Caribbean On the territory of Dominica there are many different natural attractions, so choose a vending route depending on the degree of complexity, and go conquer the jungles as many times as you want. Be sure that the beauty of the island will not disappoint you. In the Caribbean, for example, you can find the field of frozen lava L'Escaille Tete Shin, which the Aborigines have many beautiful legends about The exact number of lakes, rivers, and geysers of Dominica you cannot even count. If you want, you can even feel yourself as the main character from the "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie – here, in Dominica, they shot the episode with a trip to the witch Calypso.
Dominica, despite its small size, has a very rich cultural heritage. However, the official language here is English, so in large tourist areas, it will not be difficult to find an … Open
If you are older than 25, you have an international driving license and more than a year of driving experience, then you can rent a car. Note that the movement on the island is left-handed, and the locals almost never observe the high-speed limits. After an eventful day, you can relax at any local SPA. The aborigines for centuries have used mud, wraps and many different procedures to maintain vitality, and now you can join the rich experience of Indians in this direction.
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♥   Regional Nature Park 'Martinique' , 103 km from the center. On the map   Photo

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Even now, a significant part of Plymouth streets are completely covered with ashes. It’s hardly possible to distinguish houses and car roofs in grey landscapes. Before the disaster, Plymouth was a thriving tourist town. Today, there is no hope for its revival. Luckily, residents were notified about the eruption of the volcano in advance. Virtually all of them were safely evacuated to the northern part of the island. It was managed to avoid massive human victims. … Read further
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Guide to your best city break in Dominica Island - popular places for recreation and leisure. Things to do during the day in Dominica Island - attractions, parks, beaches, aquaparks, racing tracks, biking trails or waterski. Recommendations (with addresses, phone numbers and links) where to spend your time in the evening (bars, discos, clubs, etc.). We share some good ideas and the question 'What to do in Dominica Island?' disappears immediately.
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