Untouched and Beautiful
If you are looking for a holiday that doesn't involve sunbathing on the beach 24/7 the lovely little untouched Caribbean island of Dominica (not the Dominican Republic) is really interesting. It's little historic town of Roseau is completely unspoilt and gloriously haphazard there are tumbledown general stores that sell everything from bait to delicious creole snacks and all your grocery supplies. (Hudson 2011)
The island is a paradise for the outdoor adventurer interested in unspoilt natural attractions. (Dominica n.d.)
- Hiking to the Boiling Lake or
- the Cold Soufriere, or
- visit the jungle via the 4600ft long Aerial tramway
- Cultural activities (last indigenous tribe in the Caribbean)
- Diving, Fishing
- Weddings and Honeymoons
- Canyoning adventures
- and of course sampling their wonderful creole food. (Dominica n.d.)
It is a very laid back island and if you want to just lie in a cool stream Dominica has 365 rivers, wallow in the Emerald Pool or frolic at the Trafalgar, Victoria, Sari Sari or Middleham Falls. (Dominica n.d.) that's ok too. (Dominica n.d.).
The interior also presents you with some extraordinary hikes up spectacular mountains.