Dominica’s Most Awe-Inspiring Attractions Reopen

Just in time for Spring, several of Dominica’s most astounding sites have reopened. Mother Nature seems to work in mysterious ways, and the Nature Island is bouncing back from Hurricane Maria with ravishing beauty. Whatever it is that you’ve been waiting to do, see and experience, your memories are simply waiting to be had.

Indian River

 

Perhaps you’ve been vying to float down the Indian River on a private boat tour whilst surrounded by whimsical mangroves and Bwa Mang trees; maybe you want to witness the Waitukubuli Trail by sea, where you have the opportunity dip into the warm clear-blue water and spot multicolored Redback Parrotfish; perhaps our guests have told you about the life-changing Titou Gorge canyoning experience, allowing you to explore the magical depths of Dominica’s rainforest. Here, the opportunities to discover—both the natural world and yourself—are seemingly infinite.

Canyoning

 

Below, find the list of locales you can now visit to fulfill your ultimate wanderlust on the Caribbean’s most naturally jaw-dropping island. For more updates visit dominicaupdate.com.

Snorkeling

• Indian River
• Syndicate Nature Trail
• Cana Heritage Park (Capuchin)
• Cabrits National Park
• Purple Turtle Beach
• Toucari Beach
• Batibou Beach
• Titou Gorge
• Trafalgar Falls
• Freshwater Lake
• Middleham Falls
• Old Market/Museum
• Morne Bruce
• Botanical Gardens
• Mero Beach
• Wotten Waven Sulphur Springs
• Emerald Pool
• Jacko Falls
• Spanny Falls

 

It’s time to rediscover your childlike enthusiasm for exploring and living each moment that the day brings. If you wish to engage in an enriching experience while also restoring Dominica’s natural glory, consider Secret Bay’s unique Volunteer Abroad package, which provides accommodations at the Tibay Villas. Or, plan your 2019 getaway by emailing [email protected] to reserve your dates today.