Dominica all set to host Dive Fest 2023, aims to celebrate marine environment 

Dominica is all set to host Dive Fest 2023 from June 23 to July 1 in the Soufriere community. The event will be held to celebrate the unique marine resources and environment of the Caribbean country. 

Dominica all set to host Dive Fest 2023, aims to celebrate marine environment 
Dominica all set to host Dive Fest 2023, aims to celebrate marine environment 

Roseau, Dominica: Dominica is all set to host Dive Fest 2023 from June 23 to July 1 in the Soufriere community. The event will be held to celebrate the unique marine resources and environment of the Caribbean country. 

Tourism Ministry also launched the Dive Fest in Dominica on May 31, 2023. The authorities asked the people to get ready for an incredible week of adventure, community engagement, and thrilling competitions from June 23 to July 2! This year, Dominica has been aiming to make an even greater impact on the local communities through Community Tourism Initiatives. 

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The festival is hosted by the Dominica Watersports Association and the Ministry of Tourism to build a focus on educating about Scuba Diving for tourism and a career and highlighting Dominica’s stunning and unique marine environment. 

Dominica- known as the Nature Isle of the Caribbean and celebrated World Oceans Day on June 8, 2023. The island is surrounded by water, with the Caribbean Sea on the West and the Atlantic Ocean on the East. 

Discover Dominica took to Facebook and shared glimpses of the beautiful oceans. It’s World Ocean Day, and Dominica has the best of both worlds. The island is surrounded by water, with the Caribbean Sea on the West and the Atlantic Ocean on the East. 

All year round, people can explore the depths of their amazing oceans and seas in Dominica and experience Sperm Whales, dolphins, colourful coral reefs, a bubbling beach, and dozens of local marine life.

Dominica is making waves with awesome local and regional organizations to protect 30% of their Blue Planet by 2030, such as Soufriere Outdoor Centre, Deep Dominica Freediving, and Nature Island Dive. 

Visitors will join in on the learning and experiences of Dominica’s unique marine environment with Dive Fest from June 23 to July 1 in the Soufriere community.  Although oceans completely surround the earth, people often forget that they cannot survive a single day without the ocean. They depend on healthy, resilient oceans for thriving marine ecosystems, economies, livelihoods, food, transport, global integration, and maritime industries.

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Whale ecotourism activities in Dominica form a significant part of the country’s travel and tourism industries. Beyond their economic value, Dominica’s (sea) citizens of the sea – its resident sperm whale population—are a significant part of why we call our home “The Nature Isle”. To imagine a world without them would be to imagine a world without Dominica.

The ocean is the lifeblood of the Dominican people. The Ministry of Tourism of Dominica raised the slogan and said,”No Ocean, No us; let’s continue to protect it.”