Described as "Nature's Island", this Caribbean gem offers an enriching eco tourism experience with the physical challenge of extreme adventure or the serenity of a secluded spa retreat. Champagne reef is one of Dominica's "signature" dive sites. Shallow enough to be enjoyed by snorkelers and scuba divers alike, the water temperature over the vents found throughout the reef can reach 90 degrees, making the sea floor warm to the touch.
Are you looking to relax? Try one of many wellness experiences, such as the warmth of Sulfur Springs, or the soothing, therapeutic mud baths and natural springs at Wotten Woven. Dominica offers the best hotels for enjoying any of these experiences. The center of town still boasts one of the best-preserved collections of 18th century Creole architecture in the Caribbean. A day tour to visit the many interesting buildings around the island is well worth the time.