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If you’re looking for a true taste of Dominica, look no further than the street food stalls and produce markets. Here, visitors can immerse themselves in the island’s rich culinary culture, sampling delicious dishes made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients.

From traditional Caribbean fare to exotic fusion dishes, the street food scene in Dominica offers a vibrant mix of flavors and aromas that will tantalize your taste buds. And at the bustling produce market, you’ll find everything you need to cook up your own authentic Caribbean meal, all while soaking up the vibrant atmosphere and chatting with friendly vendors. So come and discover why Dominica is a food lover’s paradise.

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Known for its delicious fruit production, Dominica has adapted to the challenges of recent hurricanes by experimenting with new, sustainable crops like avocados, coconuts, guavas, and passionfruit.

One place you won’t want to miss is Free Up Farms, located in the lush green rainforests of Dominica’s mountains, just a 30-minute drive south of Portsmouth. The farm was established in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in 2017 and focuses on permaculture and regenerative agriculture.

Spanning 7 acres on an old citrus and avocado farm, Free Up Farms grows over 40 different types of fruits and herbs, including bananas, papayas, passionfruit, grapefruit, oranges, thyme, lemongrass, cranberry hibiscus leaf, and more! Be sure to try their fresh fruit smoothies, passionfruit, and coffee—they’re absolutely fantastic!

Call D Shots, a roadside stand where you can sample unique and delicious local treats, is another must-see. I personally recommend trying the strong, medicinal drink made from herbs and anise, followed by a ginger shot. And if you’re feeling peckish, grab some fried tuna, a cheese bake, and a regular bake with pepper sauce. And for a truly authentic experience, finish it off with a culantro shot with some of the friendly locals!

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I guess it’s never late to learn something new about Dominica. I know Dominica is known for some of the most spectacular dive sites in the Caribbean. But, I can honestly stay never heard of the Swiss Cheese dive before.

The Swiss Cheese Tube is a large rock formation home to the well-known Soldierfish Cave.

Thanks to this amazing video by Joel Silverstein); we can all get a glimpse of what it would look like swimming through the swiss cheese. I mean, what are the chances of me actually doing the dive? Very slim 😀

Both the Swiss Cheese and the Scott’s Head Pinnacle Dive are both located on the tip of Scott’s Head, Dominica.

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