Caribbean Adventure Destination Inspiration: Explore Dominica by foot

A woman sailing.

What do to when you sail into the Caribbean after being weeks at sea on the Atlantic? Zip coconuts and explore! And hike the Waitukubuli National Trail!

About Dominica

Dominica, also called Kubuli Country, is a natural paradise! Dominica lies in the Eastern Caribbean, between Martinique and Guadeloupe. It’s small, remote, and doesn’t have many flight connections. The best way to reach Dominica is by sailboat. That’s how we sailed in here with 17 Ocean Nomads last year from the Atlantic. After some months of being at sea, exploring Dominica is the best way to get grounded, be healthy, and get cultured and natured. 

Caribbean curiosity and desire for some fresh fruits and vegetables after an Atlantic crossing made many ocean nomads stop (and stick) ashore here.

Dominica is a perfect adventure travel destination for freediving, venturing off the beaten path, hiking, healthy food, waterfalls, hot springs, and nature exploration. The rich soils produce so many exciting foods like banana, papaya, avocado, noni, guava, breadfruit, almonds, and coconuts, as well as spices like ginger, turmeric, cacao, nutmeg, and cinnamon. Dominica is stunning, both above and below the surface. 

Curious to see what Dominica is like?


Explore our favourite Caribbean island through the film: 12 Days on foot!

From the maker of our film, Sailing the Atlantic, Jonatan, and captured by Suzy our founder, who went for a hike across the natural island!

Watch the film here.


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