You arrive in Roseau, the capital of Dominica, and are immediately struck by the picturesque charm of timber homes and botanical gardens. Although the island of Dominica is actually one of the largest islands in the Caribbean, the population is a mere 72,000 and its beauty remains both natural and unspoiled. However, there is still much to do and we have the Rosean Excursion that will help make your stay memorable, check out our Dominica Natural Highlights Eco Excursion which will show you the best of Roseau.
When a country's flag proudly displays a parrot, you just know you've arrived someplace that is unique. Still unspoiled by commercialism, the weather is tropical, the food is delicious, and the beauty is breathtaking. Check out the 18th century Creole architecture, lie back in geothermal springs, or maybe you want to visit the Morne Trois Pitons National Park, which is a dedicated UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Other Roseau Cruise Excursion attractions such as our Dominica Champagne Reef Shore Snorkel Excursion or our Dominica Champagne Reef Snorkel and Hot Springs Excursion; both include snorkeling by Champagne Reef, which naturally mimics a bubbly glass of champagne served by Mother Nature, herself. You'll find options for divers as well, check out our Dominica Champagne Reef 1 Tank SCUBA Diving Excursion. Check out Boiling Lake, the abundance of tropical birds, or just kick back and enjoy the pod of Sperm Whales that live just off the island year round.
For movie buffs, the island may look familiar since it was the film setting for Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Man's Chest. This tells all photo buffs that they have arrived in one of the best scenic locations anywhere.
Adventurers may want to take a hike, go on a zip-line circuit, or go rock climbing by fabulous waterfalls. Then, for those who love adventure, but crave relaxation as well, we'd suggest a lazy river tubing excursion where you will float past the lush rainforest filled with tropical birds.
No matter your preference, we'll have the Rosean Excursion that is perfect for you. Welcome to paradise, enjoy!
Fun Fact: Dominica was actually named for the day it was discovered by Columbus, which was a Sunday.