Dominica Travel Insurance
Dominica is an ideal destination for lovers of nature and scenery. A high-altitude Caribbean island nation, its mountainous terrain is mainly the result of volcanic activity. The volcanic eruptions are rare and it receives travelers during the relatively cooler period between December and March when the climate is pleasant. After its independence in 1978, Dominica has remained a Commonwealth member. Roseau is the capital and central port of Dominica. Dominica is a paradise for trekkers or hikers because of its mountainous terrain. Its volcanic landscape offers dense rainforests, steaming lakes, hot sulfur springs, waterfalls, and narrow gorges.
Emerald Pool is situated at the bottom of a waterfall surrounded by lush greenery. One can arrive here after a short and scenic walk across a rain forest. It usually remains a nice and quiet spot to relax. Take a gentle boat ride across the mangrove-lined Indian River. You can observe from close quarters creatures such as iguanas, crabs, hummingbirds, and egrets. Cabrits National Park is a scenic spot famed for views across the bay or ideal for a quiet picnic. It covers the island’s biggest swamp, a jungle, and the surrounding coastal area. The conveniently reachable Trafalgar Falls is also a spectacular waterfall near the Morne Trois Pitons National Park.
There are two waterfalls, curiously named ‘Father’ and ‘Mother’, which can be accessed after a short walk through a nice trail. A viewing platform has been constructed for visitors. There is also an inviting water pool at the base of the smaller ‘Mother’ waterfall. For Indian citizens, a Dominican tourist visa is not required for a stay up to 90 days. To learn in detail about visa guidelines, contact your nearest Dominica Embassy or Consulate.
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