Dominica - Below the Sea

Also known as the “Nature Isle of the Caribbean” Dominica is home to just over 70,000 people including 3,000 indigenous Kalinago Indians. We are best known for our Eco-tourism and in Dominica this includes going below sea level. Our scuba diving is amongst the best in the world with numerous award-winning dives featuring dramatic drop-offs, sunken volcanoes and an active marine life. We are also known as the whale watching capital of the Caribbean. Over a half dozen species of whales have been known to use Dominica for feeding, mating and giving birth. Much of our marine activity is protected and regulated by our government. In Dominica we believe very strongly in preserving our environment and Rum Dogs is no exception. All our underwater activities have been planned to have a minimally invasive impact on our environment.