There are no direct international flights and the island-hopping it takes to get here has kept the big crowds away. But come here and you'll be amazed above water as well as under water. The underwater topography of Dominica mimics the rugged landscape above with it's canyons and cliffs plunging into the depths. Massive underwater boulder fields and craters accompany steep walls and pinnacles to provide some of the most breathtaking diving to be found anywhere.

Fort Young Hotel www.fortyounghotel.com

Pagua Bay House www.paguabayhouse.com

Castle Comfort www.castlecomfortdivelodge.com

Cocoa Cottage www.cocoacottages.com

Narakiels Inn www.narakielsinn.com
Papillote Wilderness Retreat www.papillote.dm
Sisserou Villa www.dominicaholidayvilla.com

Anchorage Hotel www.anchoragehotel.dm

Firefly Cottage www.fireflydominica.com
Sea Cliff Cottages www.dominica-cottages.com
Sunrise Gardens www.dominicasunrise.com

Dive Dominica

www.divedominica.com

Al Dive

www.aldive.com

East Carib Dive

www.east-carib-dive.com

Dominica is an all-year destination as the temperature remains constant almost year round. But this island is distinctively wetter than other caribbean islands so be prepared for rain.
The driest months are from February to April and the rainiest from June to October.
So plan accordingly!

Dominica is served by two Airports:

Melville Hall (Airport Code  DOM)

Canefield Airport (Airport Code DCF)

But most visitors will arrive through Melville Hall as it is the larger of the two airports and accommodates commercial airlines. International flights from the US and Europe are connected to the island through hubs in Antigua, Barbados, St Maarten, Guadeloupe and Martinique.

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