Cruise ships dock at the Bayfront Pier in Roseau, Dominica’s historic capital.
The island’s official name is the Commonwealth of Dominica (pronounced Dom-in-EEK-a), not to be confused with the Dominican Republic.
Guaranteed stores are located in Roseau, within easy walking distance of the pier.
Swim in freshwater pools at the base of stunning twin waterfalls tumbling down from the jungle above.
Volcanic gases escaping from the ocean floor create the steady stream of bubbles that give this beach its name.
A 200-foot-wide steaming basin is one of the most fascinating geothermal attractions in the Caribbean.
Take a rejuvenating mineral bath in pools fed by hot springs or soak in one of the bubbling thermal pots.
Discover the history and architectural beauty of Bois Cotlette, the oldest surviving family estate on Dominica currently producing coffee, sugar, cocoa, and other fresh crops. Step back in time to a bygone era, when French and British colonialism dominated the island.
Visit two of Dominica’s most popular attractions: Trafalgar Falls and Emerald Pool. Enjoy a 15-minute hike through the rainforest to the viewing platform for spectacular views of the waterfalls. Spot rare national birds like the sisserou and jaco parrots shaded by exotic tall trees.