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Dominica

The Commonwealth of Dominica (Dominica) is an English speaking state in the Caribbean basin, with a stable democratic political system, based on regular elections every five years. The state of Dominica is a UN member and member of British Commonwealth. It is situated on the island of Dominica.

Dominica citizens

Dominica is inhabited by the kindhearted and responsive people, who are far from any manifestations of racism. They are friendly to foreigners irrespective of the color of the skin, race or religion. The majority of the population has dark skin but there are also descendants of Europeans and immigrants from Asia. The population is mainly catholic but there are representatives of other faiths, who are not limited in their freedom to worship.

On a note:

  • According to the rating done by the british analytics of «New Economic Foundation», Dominica is the fourth among happiest countries of the world.
  • Dominica citizens are known for their longevity. Interesting article about this: "Desire Longevity! Come to Dominica".
  • Dominica is one of the only two islands in the Caribbean which still has a population of the early indigenous Carib Indians today: approximately 2208 Kalinagos, the remaining survivors of the first inhabitants of the island.

Dominica Nature

Dominica is a unique island in the Caribbean basin which is known for its natural beauty. This is carefully protected by the state. The local population is also known for its careful attitude towards the nature of the Motherland. Its mountains are the highest on the Antilles and many contain active volcanoes. These high mountains trap the water from the trade-winds and so on the island, you can find many picturesque lakes and waterfalls. At the southern part of the island there is a small reserve of a real savanna. In the north there is a dry tropical forest and in the center of the island there is the rain forest - real jungle. Dominica is an internationally recognize premium paradise for divers. It is truly one of the best places in the world to dive. There are several national parks including a whale reserve. This is a dream of lovers of wild nature.



On a note:

  • Dominica was officially ranked as the top sustainable island in the Caribbean and among the top ten in the world by National Geographic's Center for Sustainable Destinations.
  • Dominica is among the top five dive destinations and one of ten for whale watching.
  • Dominica has two Marine Reserves, four national parks and the only Natural World Heritage site in the Eastern Caribbean as inscribed by UNESCO on the World Heritage List.
  • Dominica has the world's second largest boiling lake, a lot of sulfur springs, freshwater lakes, waterfalls and rivers.
  • Dominica has received Benchmark designation as a Green Globe Destination for the third time (2004-2006) in a row from the prestigious eco-tourism organization, Green Globe 21.
  • Dominica is every film-maker's paradise, just ask the produces Disney's of Pirates of the Caribbean 2: Dead Man's Chest and 3: At Word's End.

Watch the video to understand why Dominica is called the Nature Island:

Additional information about Dominica:

  1. Dominica — review article with information about island and state.
  2. Dominica Weekly - information about Dominica: a place for people who enjoy the nature.
  3. Dominica Photos — images from Dominica.
  4. Discover Dominica: Defy the Everyday — official website about Dominica tourism.
  5. Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica — official website.

Dominica may become your second reliable and cozy home: the Dominica Government offers the opportunity to obtain a second citizenship by investments.

Office address:

Caribbean Offshore Service Corp.
Nancy Whiticker House, 7 Old Street, Roseau, Commonwealth of Dominica

Phones:

+1 767 448 7697 — in English
(our working hours are Mon - Fri.,
8 am - 4 pm Dominica time)
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