The most rural of the Caribbean Islands, Dominica is also one of its most beautiful. Their national motto, translated, states: "After God, it is the land." Both are sacred here in this untamed, unhampered paradise. An environmental wonderland, Dominica is home to lush rain forests, dramatic waterfalls and black-sand beaches all surrounded by shimmering turquoise waters under glorious blue skies. Sit back and watch brilliantly plumed Sisserou and Jacquot parrots flit from tree to tree.
Trois Piton National Park
In this lush park, take a refreshing dip in the famed Emerald Pool, which is fed by a delicate cascade that plunges off the edge of a fern-covered cliff.
Named for the bubbles that continuously rise from below, the Champagne Reef sits on the edge of a submerged volcano, and you can actually feel the hot water vent from the earth's depths. In waters as shallow as 10 feet, you'll encounter a teeming variety of tropical fish and corals.
Trafalgar Falls and Middleham Falls
Take in the island's most popular eco sites. On Dominica, you can do it all - hike to beautiful waterfalls, bike through the lush rain forest, tube down a breathtaking river, or simply soak up the sun.
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