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Description Dominica, though diminutive, is one of the most naturally dramatic and beautiful islands of the Lesser Antilles. This guide is suitable for explorers intent on experiencing the country's rich culture ... more

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Description Not to be confused with the Dominican Republic, this island lies between Guadeloupe and Martinique in the Windward Isles of the Eastern Caribbean. This is a guide to the country's history, national pa... more

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Review of General: Dominica

Excellent

“Day trips to Dominica”

published 02/06/2006

Beautiful scenery, very friendly people and whales

Not really a beach island.

...We've been twice, both times were via Cruise Ships, and late in the year. These were not big, fancy ships, just average Joe UK ones. Dominica is a beautiful, lush, green, uncommercialised island that the locals should be very proud of. The locals themselves are very friendly and polite. On our first visit we braved the enslaught of taxi drivers that rush to greet Cruise passengers. You just...

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Review of General: Dominica

Excellent

scenery, beaches, waterfalls,

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...So not to confuse you, this isn't the Dominican Republic. It is located between the French islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique in the Eastern Caribbean. It's a volcanic island. It's 26 million years old. The carribbean name for Dominica is Waitikubuli. The most visited attraction in Dominica is it's waterfalls, and the most popular is the twin waterfalls at Trafalgur. It's very...

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Review of General: Dominica

Excellent

“Back to Nature”

published 29/06/2001

Unforgettable Experience

Very Expensive

...On November 3rd, 1978 Dominica gained its independence from Great Britain and became an independent republic within the Commonwealth. Dominica is also known as the Nature Island of the Caribbean and is situated between the French speaking islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique it is the largest and most mountainous of the all the Windward Islands. Some people tend to get Dominica mixed up...

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