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Below you will be able to get even more helpful hints by reading what all I did in Dominica with my blog posts below. Also, I will be working on a travel video in the future.
Population – 73,500
Money – shares the Eastern Caribbean dollar with 5 other countries and 2 British islands (fixed at US$1 = EC$2.70)
Language – English
Religion – 94.5% Christian
When to go – Dec-June is most popular. Summer is nice also, but a little hotter and more humid. Hurricanes most active Aug-Oct.
World Heritage Sites – 1 – Morne Trois Pitons National Park
Country formed – Independence from United Kingdom on 3 Nov 1978
All Blogs From Dominica
Yesterday I told you about a day tour I took to see the Carib Territory on the northeast side of Dominica. Today I want to share the rest of that…
Well before Christopher Columbus set sail and “discovered” the Americas the Carib Indians had migrated northward along the Caribbean islands. They originated from the Venezuela area and sailed their dugout…
On Tuesday I told you about the great tour I took up the Indian River in Dominica, well today I want to tell you about my hike in the Cabrits…
Well I finally made it to Dominica after the two long days of sailing from Virgin Gorda (check out Sunday’s blog to read about that part of the adventure). I…