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Purely Dominica

Purely Dominica



Botanical Gardens
Located in Roseau, various species of plants and animals: small aviary�? Bamboo House�?

Carib Indian Territory
Home of the original habitants of the Caribbean, 3,700 acres on the east coast; local products such as crafts, baskets wares, traditional dugout canoes.

Cabrits National Park
Less than a mile from Portsmouth, home to partially restored Fort Shirley and to the national bird Sisserou Parrot; Well Defined trails, historical fortresses; encompasses mountainous terrains, tropical forest, volcanic sand beaches, coral reef and Dominica largest swamp.

Dominica Museum
In the old post office, bay front; Roseau history and culture of the island

Indian River
Close to Portsmouth, one mile ride through

L’Escaller Tete Chien
In the Carib Territory, a volcanic Staircase leading to the Sea.

Morne Trois Pitons National Park
17,000 acre reserve, located in the south-central interior of the island, boeri Crater Lake, waterfalls, Emerald Pool grotto.

Morne Trois Pitons National Park
Oceanic rainforest and home to Dominica’s national bird, the Sisserou Parrot.

Old Market
Once where slaves were bought and sold, today a craft Market

Papillote Wilderness Retreat
Fourteen Acres of rainforest gardens, home to 27 species of birds, 19 different kinds of butterflies, garden tours through orchids, begonias, and fruit trees.

Northern Forest Reserve, the rainforest at the foot of Morne Diablotin.

Wotton Waven Sulphur Springs
Collection of hot Sulfuric Mud and Water, located in Roseau Valley.

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