Maps of Dominica. Detailed road, administrative, physical and topographical maps of Dominica. All cities of Dominica on the maps.
Maps of Dominica:
- Detailed political map of Dominica. Dominica detailed political map.
- Detailed road and physical map of Dominica island. Dominica island detailed road and physical map.
- Large detailed administrative map of Dominica island. Dominica island large detailed administrative map.
- Large detailed physical map of Dominica island with cities. Dominica island large physical map with cities.
- Large detailed relief and administrative map of Dominica. Dominica large relief and administrative map.
- Large detailed road and physical map of Dominica. Dominica large detailed road and physical map.
- Large detailed topographical map of Dominica island. Dominica island large detailed topographical map.
- Large detailed tourist map of Dominica island. Dominica island large detailed tourist map.
Dominica – short description:
With Roseau as its capital the island’s official language is English, although Creole French is the national language. The island of Martinique lies to the south while Guadeloupe lies to the north.
The interior of the island is covered by luxuriant verdant landscape and tropical forests, where some of the best hiking trails can be taken, notably in the Morne Trois Pitons National park. In the park spectacular sights are the Boiling Lake, the second largest active one in the world, the Emerald Pool, Sari Sari Falls, Trafalga Falls, Freshwater Lake, Middleham Falls, the Boeri Lake and the Valley of Desolation.
The Central Forest Reserve and Botanical Gardens are also magnificent sites to visit, as well as the Sulphur Springs, Titou Gorge and L’Escalier Tête Chien. All these areas also boast a superb fauna and flora.
For water activities the Soufrière area is the best, with scuba diving, snorkeling or kayaking, as well as whale and dolphin watching. Most beaches are of black sand, although there are some white beaches on the northeast of the island.
The climate in Dominica is hot and subtropical all year round, the rainy season going from June to October.