The first inhabitans on Dominica
The Indian inhabitants that first settled down in Dominica gave the island the name Waitikuboli which means”tall is her body”. This is easy to understand after having visited the Island seeing its green tall rainforest mountains.
Unmarked by mass-tourism and luxury hotels
Dominica gives unique opportunity to experience wild and unexploited nature in a country where the local people are open and friendly. Dominica is widely recognized as one of the premier eco-tourism destination for adventurous nature lovers.
”It’s a hiker’s dream”
The rugged, unspoiled landscape of mountain peaks and valleys is covered with lush rain forests, impressive waterfalls and exotic flora. Welcome to Dominica! Welcome to the adventure!
Marigot is the third largest community on Dominica with 2500 inhabitants. It is situated 5-minutes by car (30 minutes by foot) from Hibiscus Valley Inn. In Marigot you will find, in addition to a small hidden sand beach, a post office, bank, hospital and small shops. The population of Dominica is around 72,000. Everything on Dominica is very uncommercial. The capital is Roseau, a sleepy little town which is worth an afternoon’s exploration. The closest airport is Melville Hall.