Dominica, a small Eastern Caribbean island, is also known as the Nature Island due to its focus on providing environment-based natural tourism attractions. The volcanic origins of the island provide impressive landscapes including mountains, rain forests, waterfalls, and black sand beaches, all of which are used to distinguish Dominica as a unique destination within the Caribbean. While the nation has historically marketed itself as primarily a nature-based destination, Dominica is beginning to diversify its tourism product to include adventure and sports tourism along with health and wellness tourism. Dominica is committed to expanding its tourism sector in a sustainable manner to ensure that its natural resources are preserved and that the industry is beneficial for its residents.

Overview of Tourism Policies and Development

Tourism began to be ...

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