Would you like an opportunity to experience the Caribbean unlike any other?
We are supporting a survey to see if any of our fishing, hunting and outdoor enthusiasts have serious interest in taking an adventure trip to the island of Dominica (dom-i-knee-ka) in the Caribbean, West Indies.
Also known as the Nature Isle, Dominica isn’t the typical resort-infused destination like other Caribbean islands. Dominica (not to be confused with the Dominican Republic) has not been over-commercialized or overrun with tourists.
Your host, Greg German has lived on the island. Join him for one-of-a-kind, guest-tailored excursions that only someone with on-island experience can deliver. Fish with locals, hike in the rain-forest, scuba dive or snorkel, discover the intricacies of another culture and a variety of other opportunities experienced by few!
Read more, then click the survey link and let Greg know how he can personalize your adventures on the Nature Island!
Dominica is not the typical resort infused destination contrary to other Caribbean locations.
Only 29 miles long and 17 miles wide, Dominica’s environment is one of rugged mountains, dense rain forest, cliffs and drop-offs that spill into dense gorges of vegetation or the sea. The island's landscape shaped by a volcanic past, which remains active to this day, supports one of only two boiling lakes in the world. The majority of Dominica's beaches consist of fine, volcanic black sand. The island supports 365 rivers, a multitude of waterfalls and several hot water mineral springs. The climate is spring-like; the sun is either shining or it is raining. Rainbows are plentiful. ...and experiences are bountiful.