Dubbed the ‘Nature Island’ of the Caribbean, breathtaking Dominica is largely covered by thriving tropical rainforests and boasts a wealth of striking rivers, lakes and waterfalls. Sparsely populated, this haven for eco-tourists is situated south of Guadeloupe and north of Martinique.
Its sensational underwater volcanoes, impressive natural beauty and fantastic variety of over 1,200 plant species, as well as many rare animal and indigenous bird species, make Dominica popular among scuba-divers, hikers and whale-watchers. Dominica remains a unique and unspoiled paradise waiting to be explored.
Flying time: 13 hours 15 minutes via Antigua Airport. Onward connections are available from Antigua to Melville Hall Airport. British Airways and Virgin Atlantic fly direct from London Gatwick to Antigua.
Exploring the exotic tropical wildlife and flourishing rainforests, hiking and scuba diving.