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Purely Dominica

Purely Dominica

After posting a article about Dominica’s Must Do’s and Please Don’t Do’s, I thought it would be a great Idea to do a follow-up on the Must Do’s. Not that Dominica’s please Don’t Do’s are not important but I just think that people are more interested in the Must Do’s.

1. Hike to the Boiling Lake


This challenging nature trail from laudat will lead you past the sulphurous valley of desolation to the famous Boiling Lake. Please if you do decide to walk the trail, having a guide is a must…not exceptions. It’s dangerous if you don’t the trail. Also make sure you pack a hearty lunch with some goodies, because at a normal pace it can take up to three hours to reach to the lake.

2. Look Over Dominica From Above the Treetops


The folks at the Rain Forest Aerial Tram will take you on an airborne journey through and above the rainforest. The Naturalist guides will explain features about flora and fauna found in Dominica’s tropical canopy. If you are someone who are no a fan of aerial heights, you simple take an easy stroll over a suspension bridge with views of five waterfalls.

Want to feel like Tarzan in the jungle? Check out Wacky Rollers (WRAVE) can harness you in and guide you along an above ground obstacle course “Jungle Gym” through the trees. From what I have heard from people have already did the course, said that it’s a great experience.

3. Dive into the Deep


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Snorkeling or diving at Champagne on the south of Pointe Michel is a stairway that leads down to a stretch of beach. Bubbles formed volcanic gases located offshore to the south of the beach. Or let Anchorage Dive Center, Dive Dominica, Aldive, or Nature island Dive in Soufriere to take you there.

4. Watch For Whales or Turtles


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Dominica’s deep warm waters are enjoyed by over 20 different whale species, including a resident population of female and juvenile sperm whales. The Anchorage Dive Center, as apart of a research facility, has erected a skeleton of a washed ashore female sperm whale found on the northeast of the island. Dive Dominica’s 54’ wide catamaran, the Sting Ray 11 is available to take you to the best vantage points for whale watching twice a week.

5. Rejuvenate in Healthful Surroundings


The great thing about Dominica it doesn’t matter which part of the island you are staying, you will always be surrounded by Dominica’s natural surroundings, and it’s happy citizens. Did you know that Dominica island is 4th happiness place in the world to live? Now you know. 😀

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