About Dominica


Dominica, also known as the Nature Isle of the Caribbean sits halfway along the Eastern Caribbean archipelago, is located between the French Territories of Martinique and Guadeloupe. Stretching 751 km² (290 square miles) the island boasts 148 km (91 miles) of coastal line. The island is officially named the Commonwealth of Dominica and is not to be confused with the nearby Spanish-speaking country Dominican Republic.

Dominica boasts a remarkably unspoiled natural beauty. This natural beauty of Dominica has earned it the title as the ‘Nature Island of the Caribbean’, as it boasts a wide variety of flora and fauna and extensive natural park system, emerald green mountain sides cascade down to the mild Caribbean ocean and are speckled with coconut trees, banana plantations and bright tropical flowers. Dominica is home to the world’s second largest thermally active lake, and boasts hot and cold sulphur springs with healing properties. Dominica is home to the Caribbean’s highest peaks, namely Morne Diablotins, which stands at 1,447m high. The climate is tropical and the terrain rugged and much of the island is covered in rainforest. There are many waterfalls and lakes and 365 rivers. Dominica is also a largely popular location for hiking, scuba diving and whale watching.

Lifestyle Benefits

Dominica offers an easy lifestyle within a safe, peaceful and pristine environment with a culturally vibrant and friendly community.

The “Nature Island of the Caribbean” is a green tropical paradise and one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean. It is practically untouched nature with countless rivers and waterfalls, and emerald green mountains dropping dramatically into the turquoise sea.

Dominica hosts the world’s second-largest hot spring, Boiling Lake and features lush, mountainous rainforests, which are home to many rare plant, animal, and bird species. Dominica’s clear and calm oceans offer excellent opportunities for diving and snorkeling and have spectacular dive sites including shipwrecks and even underwater hot springs.

Citizenship Benefits

Living In Dominica

The Dominican Government encourages people to gain an understanding of Dominica, its people and their way of life, before applying for citizenship. The Commonwealth of Dominica is founded upon principles that acknowledge faith in fundamental human rights and freedoms, the position of the family in a society of free men and free institutions, the dignity of the human person, and the equal and inalienable rights with which all members of the human family are endowed by their Creator.

Certain fundamental human rights and freedoms are enshrined in the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Dominica. Every person in Dominica is entitled to the following rights and freedoms whatever his race, place of origins, political opinions, color, creed or sex, but subject to respect for the rights and freedoms of others and for the public interest, namely:

Dominica is populated with 70,000 people, with 20,000 of those inhabiting the capital city Roseau and the other major city being Portsmouth. With a vibrant entwinement of European and African cultures, Dominica is home to the Caribbean’s only remaining population of pre-Columbian Carib Indians. The official language of Dominica is English while the most dominant religion is Roman Catholicism.

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