Honeymoon in Dominica

Visit Dominica and make the most of your Caribbean vacation!

The fiery creation forces are alive here - steaming valleys, and the world's 2nd largest boiling lake, 365 rivers rushing to the sea, national parks, lush vegetation and a UNESCO World Heritage Site!

"Domineek-ah" invites you to Explore! Hike! Discover! And below the sea, the clear Caribbean waters, volcanic formations and rich marine life make for exceptional diving, snorkeling and whale watching.

Weddings and honeymoons in Dominica

Weddings and honeymoons in Dominica are a perfect blend of adventure and romance. Nature is your backdrop, untouched and unspoiled. Hike, snorkel, bike, dive and say "I do" to the sounds of the breaking ocean surf or under the lush rainforest canopy. Whatever you imagine, Dominica has it all!

dominicaHoneymooners will find Dominica to be one of the most seductive backdrops in the Caribbean for celebrating their moments of intimacy.

The island is also a perfect destination for couples planning an exotic wedding, whether they intend on exchanging vows on the bank of pristine freshwater rapids, at the foot of splashing waterfalls, atop a misted mountain, next to a volcanic cauldron, or in a quaint historic church.

Book your Romantic Wedding and Honeymoon package through a hotel or resort of your choice or enlist the assistance of a wedding consultant to ensure your wedding and honeymoon is hassle-free, the way it should be.

About Dominica

Dominica (pronounced Dom-in-eek-a) sits midway along the Eastern Caribbean archipelago, just a few miles from Martinique to the south and Guadeloupe to the north. Its location is 15 degrees North latitude and 61 degrees West longitude. The island's official name is the Commonwealth of Dominica, which is mostly referenced in official communiqué and to distinguish the island from its northerly Caribbean sister, the Dominican Republic. The indigenous Carib Indians named the island Waitukubuli which means "tall is her body" in the carib language.

The island is sparsely populated with around 70,000 people inhabiting its 289.5 square miles. A significant portion of the population lives in and around the capital city, Roseau. Dominica is an arcadia of unspoiled nature. Tropical forest coats two thirds of the island, which nourishes 1,200 plant species. Rivers, lakes, streams, and waterfalls abound, fed by the islands high annual rainfall. Its volcanic physique points to extensive geothermal activity above and below sea level. Our Morne Trois Pitons National Park was the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in the eastern Caribbean.

The island is one of only a couple in the Caribbean still with populations of the pre-Columbian Carib Indians. About 80% of the population is Roman Catholic. English is the official language, spoken with a melodic French lilt, but a large portion of the population speaks Kwèyòl (Creole), with a few northern villages speaking Kokoy.

How to Find Us

Dominica is located in the eastern Caribbean, between the French Islands of Guadeloupe (which lies to the north) and Martinique (which lies to the south).


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