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Mero Beach is one of the few good black sand beaches on the west coast of Dominica.

A great beach to spend morning or afternoon, or if you’re looking to do a beach run.

Just be careful with the sun; it can get really hot! Enjoy Fun in Nature!

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Amazing view of the capital city of Roseau in Dominica

Known as the Nature Island, Dominica is a paradise for outdoorsy travelers. But if you peer beyond the island nation’s beaches and lush rainforests, you’ll find a wealth of culture in Roseau, Dominica’s capital.

The town features an interesting blend of Creole and Caribbean architecture, as well as several old plantations.

Keep an eye out for handmade huts, called ‘Ti Kaz, that were built by the island’s indigenous people. (Dominica is the only island in the Caribbean where pre-Columbian Carib Indians still reside.)

What to do (Roseau, Dominica): Head to the Old Market, where travelers can pick up handmade crafts, fresh fruit, and other locally sourced goods. The place offers some heavy history as well: It was once the site for slave auctions.

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Noorwood House - an 18th century Creole architecture home in Dominica

Roseau, the capital city of Dominica is one of the best-preserved collections of 18th Century Creole Architecture in the Caribbean.

Take a historial self-guided walk of Roseau, and discover Dominica’s architectural heritage just by walking around Historic Downtown Roseau.

SHAPE – the Society for Heritage Architecture Preservation and Enhancement has created a map-leaflet and also 30 minute tour podcast to help visitors explore the beautiful of Roseau.

Around the island, you’ll will also discover many small wood-framed houses that are know as’Ti kaz’.

Also, a visit to the dwellings of Dominica’s indigenous kalinago Indians might be the highlight of the tour. These hut-like structures built of palm leaves, reeds and local materials give visitors a historical insight to the way the kalinago indians lived on the island.

Click the link to view more pictures of historic buildings around Roseau.

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