Dominica, the small island nation of Caribbean, is becoming favorite among tourists and emerging as the most popular destination for eco-tourism. Dominica’s sustainable eco-tourism draws tourists’ attention to its lodges, resorts and villas.
Dominica, well known as the ‘Nature Island Caribbean’, is looking forward to furnishing the eco-tourism industry by offering luxurious yet sustainable eco-tourism.
While featuring eco-tourism commodities of nature, the island provides outstanding natural experiences to tourists without impacting the environment.
The Commonwealth of Dominica is a must-see island nation with its thought-provoking hiking trails, romantic secluded bays, and renowned diving.
In this busy world full of chaos, Dominica offers a peaceful environment and natural assets such as waterfalls, more than 365 rivers, the world’s second-largest boiling lake, a freshwater lake, and so much more than a person cannot get a hold of in a single trip. It is a haven for people looking for a gateway from their hectic lives.
Dominica is paying keen attention to building sustainable resorts and villas. When eco-tourism is concerned, Dominica is the leader in the region. It has been making exceptional efforts to preserve its natural habitats and wildlife.
Dominica is also known for promoting sustainable tourism, through which the government has been promoting the practice of responsible tourism.
Under the practice of responsible tourism, the government is raising awareness among the tourists to protect the natural assets while enjoying their stay in the unspoiled beauty.
The government has been working relentlessly to attract tourists and striving to become the most popular destination among eco-tourists in the world.
Despite its small size, Dominica has big dreams and endeavours to become the world’s first climate-resilient nation by building resilient infrastructure such as homes, hospitals, health centres, roads, and schools to name a few.
The Commonwealth of Dominica has been developing the country with an eye on nature and the environment.
Micha-Rose Emmett, founder and CEO of CS Global Partners – a leading global legal advisory firm specializing in intelligent citizenship solutions, stated that Dominica is becoming a favourite destination for eco-tourism resorts.
“In recent years, Dominica has welcomed several luxury eco-tourism resorts and is in the process of constructing a new international airport that will open the country up to the rest of the world. The nation is well-positioned to take full advantage of the tourism market,”.
A traveller can have an ultra-luxurious experience by staying at one of the most popular resorts such as Secret Bay, Jungle Bay, Cabrits Resort & Spa Kempinski and others. These resorts have been making all attempts to promote eco-tourism and sustainable tourism.
The beautiful eco-lodges, built with local wood and great refinement, provide an experience of total harmony with nature.
Secret Bay is popular for providing sustainable, luxurious lodgings to its tourists. It is known as the Caribbean’s one-of-its-kind for offering a ‘close to jungle experience’. It is also famous as one of the best hotels in the vanguard of sustainability and encompasses the essence of Caribbean luxury, where guests can enjoy the panoramic view of the Caribbean Sea.
Jungle Bay is a nature-inspired luxury escape; Jungle Bay Resort & Spa brims with pure cliff-side beauty, connecting each guest to the soul of Dominica.
Dominica is an ideal country for those who want to commune with nature and discover themselves; the Caribbean nature resort offers a dynamic collection of adventure, spa pampering, wellness, yoga, gourmet cuisine, local culture, and history.
The government is encouraging eco-tourism and developing eco-resorts with the funds generated through the Citizenship by Investment Programme (CBI) of Dominica. The programme has been recognized as World’s No. 1 for five consecutive years by Financial Times’ PWM magazine in the CBI Index. It was launched in 1993 and is known as one of the fastest, longest-running and most secure CBI programmes.
Interested candidates can apply for the alternative citizenship of Dominica by investing through two investment options – Economic Diversification Fund (EDF) and Real Estate.
Economic Diversification Fund (EDF) – The government introduced the Economic Diversification Fund to provide financial aid for the development of the country. EDF can be used to fund sectors like education, healthcare as well as infrastructure.
Real Estate – The applicant may invest in government-approved real estate, including hotels, spas, and villas. An investor can invest in eco-resorts and lodges to apply for alternative citizenship.
Dominica is known as the Nature Island of the Caribbean because of its unspoiled beauty. The Caribbean country is on the list of travel enthusiasts because of the world’s second-largest hot spring, called Boiling Lake. The island country has lush mountainous rainforests, and it is the home of many rare plants, animals, and bird species.