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An island that seems to attract more intrepid explorers than all-inclusive holidaymakers, Dominica is a beautiful mountainous Caribbean island nestled between Martinique and Guadeloupe.
It’s sometimes known as the “Nature Island” and with good reason, Dominica is covered with lush green tropical rainforests, natural hot springs, gorges, waterfalls, and volcanoes.
It also offers excellent diving, a long scenic hiking trail, a capital filled with colorful timber houses, and plenty of black sand beaches. Here are the best and most beautiful places to visit in Dominica…
Roseau is the capital of Dominica and is a colorful, delightful village that is filled with quaint cottages and market stalls, and you can spend an entire day there and never get bored.
Scotts Head Fishing Village
A lovely village with a population of less than 1,000 people, this beautiful spot is one you’ll never forget. Its most significant tourist attractions are the three lighthouses: Morne Espagnol, Salisbury, and Scotts Head.
Located in the middle of Morne Trois Pitons National Park, Boiling Lake is one of the most iconic places to visit in Dominica. The water stays between 180 and nearly 200 degrees Fahrenheit, which means this gray-green lake is constantly bubbling and providing tourists with a very interesting site to see.
a beautiful black sand beach
If you love the water and you’re visiting Dominica, Titou Gorge is a must-see tourist spot. It is essentially a natural water ride that was created by a rock pool, a river, and two hot springs.
Champagne Beach is very popular with tourists, not only because it is beautiful but also because it is home to Champagne Reef
Bring lots of water because it does get hot while you’re out there, but you’ll be able to enjoy lush greenery, beautiful blue waters, lots of hilly terrain, and some amazing vegetation while you’re there.
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