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DOMINICA
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Dominica is called the "Nature Island of the Caribbean. Without a doubt, the rolling hills, energetic rivers and beautiful forests contribute to that name. Ready to get physical? How about a 3 hour hike over vhallenging terrain to Boling Lake? Of course there is the 3 hour hike out as well. If that's not challenging enough, there is always an excursion to the peak of Morne Diablotin (Devil's Mountain) in the Northern Forest Reserve (4747ft.)

Or you can do nothing at all. Miles of secluded beaches beckon. Take a leisure cruise on a bike and enjoy the wonders of the contryside at your own pace. Take in some shopping at the numerous little shops offering arts and crafts of the island. Or sample the many restaurants offering local creole cuisine, fresh fruits, and of course home made ice cream.

As dramatic as the topside terrain of Dominica is, so will divers find below the waves. Over the past few years, Dominica has earned the reputation as one of the top five dive destinations in the world. In addition to unique dive sites like "Champagne" which features a bubbling, underwater hot spring, Dominica's reefs are full of gorgeous multi-coloured hard and soft coral, an abundance of reef fish and fascinating marine life such as seahorses and frogfish. The underwater terrain is unique and diverse, providing dive sites suitable for all skill levels, from beginner to the very experienced.

Diving off Dominica offers an amazing diversity of reef, wreck, dramatic wall, pinnacle and drift dives. Dominica has a profusion of sponges and unique creatures... Seahorses, Frogfish and Snake Eels.

Climate 75 - 90F 24 - 32C -- Water Temp 78 - 83F 25 - 28C -- Can reach 100+ ft 30 m depending on river runoff.



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