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Anguilla  Cayman Islands   Martinique Trinidad & Tobago
Antigua & Barbuda Cuba   Mexico Turks & Caicos
Aruba  Curaçao  Cancun US Virgin Islands
The Bahamas Dominica Cozumel St Thomas 
New Providence  Dominican Republic Montserrat  St Croix
Grand Bahama  Grenada  Puerto Rico St John 
Abaco  Guadeloupe  Saba   
Out Islands Guyana St Barts   
Barbados Haiti St Eustatius  
Belize  Jamaica St Kitts & Nevis   
Bermuda  Kingston St Lucia   
Bonaire  Montego Bay  St Maarten   
British Virgin Islands Negril St Martin   
Tortola    Ocho Rios St Vincent & The Grenadines  
Virgin Gorda Port Antonio Suriname  

Featured Country

Dominica

Dominica was the name given to 289.8 sq. miles of land, by Christopher Columbus, when he landed on the island on November 3 rd 1493. The island nation of the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean Sea. It lies between the French islands of Guadeloupe and Marie-Galante to the north and Martinique to the south. Dominica should not be confused with the Dominican Republic, another Caribbean nation. Dominica is the home of approximately 2208 Kalinagos, the remaining survivors of the first inhabitants of the island. The people called the island Waitukubuli (tall is her body), and they referred to themselves Kalinagos. The Europeans referred to them as Caribs.

Dominica has tropical rainforest which provide a heaven for rear flora and fauna. It has 365 rivers and many waterfalls. Due to volcanic activities the island has one of the larges Boiling Lake in the world. The island is one of the best dive sites and a prime whale watching location in the Caribbean region. The island is rich in unique culture and traditions.

The Kalinago Barana Aute

Carib Hot at Kalinago Barana AuteThe Kalinago Barana Autê offers a unique experience, sharing history and traditions of the Kalinago people (caribs) from hundreds of years ago. It is located along the banks of the Crayfish-River near the Isukulati Falls in the Carib Territory of Dominica. The site consists of a reception center, snack bar and gift shop. To begin your tour, a footbridge crosses the river and gives way to a circular trail leading to a series of small huts throughout the village. There is a Karbet which is used for cultural and theatrical performances. Kalinago (carib) traditional activities at the village include canoe building, cassava processing, basket weaving and herb collection and preparation. The kalinagos (caribs) are the indigenous people of Dominica.