Nature Based Tourism (Bioparks)
Dominica, “The Nature Island of the Caribbean”, is considered by many as the most naturally beautiful of all the Caribbean destinations. The spectacular scenery of Dominica’s interior is unequalled by anything else in the Caribbean.
Generously endowed by nature with towering mountains (some nearly 5,000 ft.) clothed in primordial rain-forests from which spring, waterfalls, fresh water lakes and rivers, hot springs and fumaroles, and the largest boiling lake in the world, Dominica offers an opportunity to experience one of the last places on earth where nature, so unspoiled and unchanged, flourishes in abundance.
Dominica’s dedication to preserving nature in its pristine state was solidified in its application to UNESCO under the Convention concerning the protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage, to list the Morne Trois Pitons National Park as a World Heritage site.
The Morne Trois Pitons National Park covers 17,000 acres, and contains some of the best samples of rainforest, montane forest and elfin woodlands in the Lesser Antilles, and spectacular natural scenery.
The Park is home to an array of outstanding flora and fauna, some endemic and others endangered. The Boiling Lake is located within the National Park.
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