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Volcanic, with active geothermal features, and an almost overpoweringly verdant jungle, Dominica excels in exciting hiking, swimming in waterfall pools, and adventure activities of all kinds. It’s also the home to the last surviving group of Caribe Indians, the region’s original inhabitants.
1n 1997, UNESCO enlisted Dominica’s Morne Trois Piton National Park as a World Heritage Site, the first of its kind in the entire Eastern Caribbean. More adventure activities include mountain biking and kayaking excursions. Hiking comes in Small, Medium, and Serious sizes, all rewarding. And numerous waterfalls provide pools with both hot and cold running water.
Hotels on Dominica include the Fort Young in Rosseau, the Papillotte Wilderness Retreat, the Evergreen, and the Layou River Hotel. The Beau Rive is truly exceptional.
Not To Be Missed – Morne Trois Piton National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.