The sun setting off the island of Dominica.
A whale tail emerges from the water.
Waterfall at Emerald Pool.
Most of the coastline is rugged and rocky because it is a volcanic island.
A juvenile sperm whale starting a feeding dive.
The island of Dominica has dozens of waterfalls.
The most common whale found off the shores of Dominica are the sperm whales. The island has a resident family population. Tourists have a unique 95% success rate of seeing a sperm whale.
With over 300 inches of annual rainfall, Dominica is a true lush tropical jungle paradise.
Not only are the beaches beautiful, they are also nesting spots for green and leatherback sea turtles.
Local artisan fishermen fishing for mahi-mahi.
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