Carnival in the West Indies is like a tree with buttress roots. History will force one to see that Carnival did not begin with our African ancestors. Rather, the Europeans were known to have celebrated this ‘freedom of the flesh’ prior to the Lenten season since the 4th Century.
Dubbed the “hiker’s paradise”, Dominica does indeed provide the keen hiker with a mighty array of fantastic opportunities. The island’s vast unspoiled rainforest, its countless rivers and its amazing boiling lake are some of the island’s on-land attractions.
Welcome to the nature Island of the Caribbean "Dominica"
Wherever you go, you’ll find our natural scenery so spectacular it has to be experienced to be believed. Explore our mountain ranges, cascading waterfalls, and vibrant communities.
With so much to see, you'll want to stay a while!
The Indian River The Indian River is like a mini Amazon teeming with life – situated in the center of the town of Portsmouth to the North of Dominica. The river was name Indian River after the settlements of the Kalinagos formally known as Carib Indians that existed on the upper banks of that river.