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Dominica Travel Guide

Adventure & Travel | May 18, 2012 | Comments 2

Dominica Travel Guide

Dominica known as “The Nature Island of the Caribbean” due to its spectacular, lush, and varied flora and fauna, which are protected by an extensive natural park system; the most mountainous of the Lesser Antilles, its volcanic peaks are cones of lava craters and include Boiling Lake, the second-largest, thermally active lake in the world.

Home to Kalinago Barana Auté which is built on 4.2 acres of land and boasts a number of structures, including an Administration and Interpretation Centre, a Craft Shop, Demonstration Buildings, a Snackette, and a Karbet. Situated close to the sea, the site has a waterfall and a river flowing through it with a series of trails running through it.

The Kalinago Barana Auté honours the diversity, history and heritage of the Kalinago people by presenting their customs and cultural traditions and by providing an opportunity for visitors to experience, learn about and appreciate their way of life.

2 thoughts on “Dominica Travel Guide”

  1. Dear Dominica lovers
    here is the most attractive Tourism Centre in Dominica
    this is the lighthouse of the North-East.
    we have to offer informations, books , mats and tshirts as crafts also a SMILE.
    please link to calibishie development centre on facebook
    ask your driver and DO stop By!
    to reach . takethe west road from Roseau , reach Portsmouth , then Calibishie.

  2. I enjoyed this site as it reminded me of my childhood in P/Mouth Dominica.

    However, I wished you had a Spanish version of your site so that I could share it these Spanish community of México and whomsoever in Latin America on Facebook.

    There’s one thing I looked for but did not find- logo/slogan/lema: ‘Apres Bon Dieu…La Tierre’.

    Again, thanks. Your site has been very informative. Oh make sure to include some of the Dishes, especially the one with Breadfruit and Herring(?)

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