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Archive for March, 2012


landing in Dominica

Editor’s Note: This post was orginally Published in the Discover Dominca Newsletter (Feb 2012).

Now visitors to Dominica have another airline to choose from for travel to the Nature Island. Air Sunshine now offers service to Dominica from St. Thomas and San Juan several days a week.

In addition to Air Sunshine, air travelers can connect to Dominica on American Eagle, BVI Airways or LIAT from the surrounding hubs of Puerto Rico, Antigua, British Virgin Islands, St. Maarten, Barbados and St. Lucia.

For more information on travel to Dominica by air and sea, visit the ‘How to Get to Dominica‘ page on the Discover Dominica website.

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layou river in Dominica

Layou River (Dominica) before the flood. Great for kayaking, river-tubing, or if you’re in for a refreshing river bath…Been to Layou River? Share your experiences!

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An Ethical view of Dominica from Zandoli Inn

Editor’s Note: This post was orginally Published in the Discover Dominca Newsletter (Feb 2012).

For the second year in a row, Dominica was recognized as one of the World’s Best Ethical Destinations.

The nonprofit organization, Ethical Traveler, recognizes countries committed to conserving their natural treasures while building economies that sustain and empower local communities.

“We are extremely serious about maintaining our commitment to being an ethical destination and upholding our reputation for being the Nature Island,” explained Colin Piper, director of tourism for Dominica. “We understand that many of our visitors come to the island because of our unspoiled natural beauty, cultural preservation and adrenaline-pumping adventure activities, all of which must be preserved through sustainable measures.”

The Ethical Destinations list is compiled by benchmarking developing countries in the areas of environmental protection, social welfare, and human rights. The entire report:The World’s Best Ethical Destinations – 2012.

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