Known Here: Some exciting locations to explore in Dominica

Nature Isle of the Caribbean-Dominica welcomes tourists across the globe with its exceptional and natural beauty. Its Breathtaking views give you an experience of life-long memories which holds huge essence in one's life. 

Known Here: Some exciting locations to explore in Dominica
Known Here: Some exciting locations to explore in Dominica

Roseau, Dominica: Nature Isle of the Caribbean-Dominica welcomes tourists across the globe with its exceptional and natural beauty. Its Breathtaking views give you an experience of life-long memories which holds huge essence in one’s life. 

Here are some interesting sites to visit in Dominica.

Le Petite Paris in Roseau: 

Dominica is a melting pot of culture, and our cuisine shows it! In our colonial history, both the British and French battled for the island, with the British eventually coming to colonize the island till Independence in 1978. However, French cuisine still plays a key role in our dialect patios and in our cuisine!

Le Petite Paris is exactly that, a little Paris sitting on the Bayfront in the town of Roseau. The previous owners were French and catered to #travelers visiting the island from places such as Guadeloupe by ferry. But now, the new owner Marcel has expanded Le Petite Paris to a fusion of French and Dominican cuisine, catering for everyone who enjoys delicious, fresh foods.

The restaurant serves a variety of French dishes from croissants to quiche, fresh breads, and desserts, as well as Euro-centric meals such as pizza, Alfredo, and marinara pastas.

Now, the restaurant features a Dominican fusion area downstairs, highlighting popular #local dishes from breakfasts with codfish and Accra to hearty and light lunches. Marcel says he wants to create a space where everyone feels welcomed, which is why the downstairs is also a workspace with plugins for the busy college student looking for a study spot or the businessperson holding a quick meeting.

Scotts Head in Dominica: 

Historic Dominica! traveling the world with romaine captured the historic landmark Scotts Head. The site is home to the remains of the first British fort to be constructed on Dominica under Lieutenant-Governor George Scott. Explore #Dominica and reconnect with #nature and #history. 

Explore south side of Dominica: 

We’re featuring the #south side of #Dominica, For the first segment of the Waitukubuli National Trail.

Segment 1 is from Scotts Head to Soufriere, an estimated 2-hour hike on the trail. This is a steep climb and descent of Morne Crabier (mountain of crabs) that leads to where the Soufriere Sulphur Springs used to be. The terrain and elevation are challenging but can be done without a guide.

Experience #adventures like Captain Jack Sparrow! Titou Gorge is one of the film locations for Pirates of the Caribbean, Dead Man’s Chest. Swim up the emerald green gorge to a rushing waterfall from the Freshwater Lake. Will you be like Captain Sparrow and brave Titou Gorge