LeaderBoard Spot
Share With


Dominica Vacations

Largely rural, uncrowded and unspoiled, Dominica touts itself as a 'non-tourist destination' for divers, hikers and naturalists - partly because it trades the lazy white-sand beaches so predominant elsewhere in the Caribbean for verdant peaks, killer hikes and breathtaking underwater scenery.

Region: Caribbean

Featured Dominica Hotel

Fort Young Hotel

Fort Young Hotel

Our 3.5-Star classification designates those properties where guests experience an ideal mix of comfortable accommodations and modern amenities. Most of these hotels feature a variety of services, and offer distinguished style and comfort. Half star indicates that the hotel/resort meets all criteria of the designated rating and exceeds in certain areas.

The Fort Young is the ideal hotel for family holidays, adventure trips and business travelers alike. Our oceanfront location at the heart of our island's historic capital Roseau makes Dominica's finest heritage hotel the perfect place to stay.

Book Now
See All Dominica Hotels >


Though the partying starts in early January, Dominica's Carnival celebrations are held during the traditional Mardi Gras period, in the two weeks prior to Lent (February). It includes calypso competitions, a Carnival Queen contest, 'jump-ups' and a costume parade. Creole Day, also called Independence Day (3 November), is a celebration of the island's Creole language and culture. It includes traditional dancing, folklore, food and music. The week-long, island-wide Independence Day celebrations are kicked off by the excellent World Creole Music Festival, a three-day music extravaganza held at the end of October.