Dominica: A Hidden Paradise in the Caribbean – Travel Channel

You can truly unplug from the hustle and bustle of the world on Dominica. Known as the Nature Island of the Caribbean, Dominica promises relief from the crowded beaches known to some other islands.

In fact, Travel Channel names it one of the Caribbean Islands You Don’t Know (But Should) and evokes serious wanderlust with a few must-see spots.

Champagne Reef

Champagne Reef is home to a bubbly underwater hot spring that earns its name well. The streaming air bubbles create the sensation that you are swimming in a glass of bubbly.


Boiling Lake

The three-hour hike seems to come straight from an adventure novel. Once you hear the boiling water and see the steam clear, you will know you’ve arrived.


The Indian River

The scenic swampy river bank is home to many types of wildlife. It’s also where scenes from Pirates of the Caribbean were filmed.


Where to Stay

For a true Dominica experience, take this tip from the Travel Channel.

Well-heeled travelers make a beeline to Rosalie Bay Resort, a 22-acre eco-resort that feels like a small village, with 28 spacious, cottage-style accommodations (many oceanfront) and a new, pampering spa.”

See you soon!

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