Welcome to Dominica

Much of volcanic Dominica is blanketed by untamed rainforest that's a verdant backdrop to experiences such as an intense trek to a bubbling lake, soothing your muscles in hot sulfur springs, getting pummeled by a waterfall, snorkeling in a glass of ‘champagne’, swimming up a narrow gorge – the list goes on... Read More

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Dominica adventures

$1598.57 Boating & cruises

5-Day Sailing Cruise on West Coast of Mauritius

Spend 5 days exploring from Grand Bay to Port Louis on a sailing catamaran that comes equipped with a crew. Spend your mornings kayaking, swimming and snorkeling. Then hop off the boat to see wonderful historic sights such as the Seven Coloured Earths, and explore local villages. From the boat you will get to enjoy secluded spots and wonderful sunsets against the Black Rivière mountain range. The Republic of Mauritius could rightly be called the melting pot of the southern Indian Ocean. Here, many cultures blend and there are all sorts of things to see and do.

$3199 Adventure

Trek the Waitukubuli National Trail Dominica

Experience the Caribbean's first and only long distance walking trail, the Waitukubuli National Trail. Discover the nature and culture of Dominica on this adventurous jungle trek. The Trail climbs slopes carpeted with rainforests, descends dramatic gorges, crosses rivers and takes in spectacular waterfalls and sulphur springs. At 115 miles long, over 14 segments, the Waitukubuli National Trail runs from the southern village of Scott's Head to the Cabrits National Park in the North. Showcasing virgin forest and the best of Dominica's nature, culture and local lifestyles, the National Trail passes through old plantations, skirts along coastal cliffs, meanders past fertile farms and stops by small villages. We have handpicked the best sections for this fantastic 12 day trip. Admire panoramic views while trekking, experience the local culture and learn about the island's history and exotic flora and fauna. We have time to relax as we swim in the Caribbean waters and enjoy an Indian River boat trip to explore the mangroves and wildlife. This well rounded journey also highlights a Caribbean cooking adventure and local guest house accommodation; from forest to farmlands and stunning waterfalls this diverse trek does it all!