Activities in Dominica : Discover Dominica, the Nature Island

Activities Abound!

Choose from the full list of activities below. As you can see, there’s enough to pick from for many return trips to the Nature Island!

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Adventure Park
Get up close and personal with the rainforest on a tree-high adventure. Immersing yourself in Dominica’s unique canopy adventure experience is like landing a TV cameo on “Survivor.” Fully equipped with safety gear and accompanied by trained gu...
Architecture Sightseeing
Experience the architecture of Dominica on a self-guided walking tour of the capital city.  Despite fires and numerous hurricanes, the center of town still boasts one of the best-preserved collections of 18th century Creole architecture  in...
Biking
Dominica's unspoiled landscape and tropical weather set the stage for a memorable cycling experience. Our rugged terrain will get your legs working and heart pumping on the way up and your adrenaline flowing on the way down. Stop along the way for a ...
Bird Watching
The perfect haven for birds is the perfect place for birders. One of the first things you’ll see in Dominica is a Sisserou Parrot–right on the Dominica flag. Our  parrots live mainly in the northern part of the island. Thanks to their protec...
Botanical Gardens
The largest area of green space within the City of Roseau, this 40 acre oasis is home to over 50 types of indigenous plants and imported trees as well as the Sisserou Parrot, the National Bird of Dominica. Notable visits include Queen Elizabeth II in...
Cabrits National Park

Cabrits National Park occupies 1,313 acres and protects tropical forests, coral reefs and wetlands. It is located on a scenic peninsula on the north end of the island, just beyond the town of Portsmouth.

While you're there, make sure to visit Fort Shirley, the British garrison which once housed 600 soldiers.


Canyoning
Wherever rock meets water, canyoning uses the natural environment as an adventure water park. In Dominica that means venturing into the heart of the rainforest. Climb waterfalls, swim through blue pools, hike across riverbeds, repel down rock ...
Champagne Reef
  Champagne reef is one of Dominica's "signature" dive sites. Shallow enough to be enjoyed by snorkelers and scuba divers alike, the water temperature over the vents found throughout the reef can reach 90 degrees, making the sea floor warm to t...
Day Trips & Cruise Ships
So much to do–so little time! Hike to a volcanic crater lake located 2,500 feet above the blue Caribbean, try whale and dolphin watching on a catamaran, or pilot a rowboat down a rushing river. Explore the forest from the tree tops by taking the C...
Diving & Snorkeling

Diving in Dominica

For more information, see our Dive into Dominica page.

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