Nature Lovers!!!


Dominica is located in the eastern Caribbean, between the French Islands of south of Guadeloupe  and north of Martinique.  It’s natural wonders and rich culture make this unspoiled island a remarkable place to visit.  For all you nature lovers, there are so many activities to participate in such as hiking, canoeing, snorkeling, and scuba diving.  There are also 170 different species of birds, 1000 species of flowering plants, 74 species of orchid and 200 species of fern found in this magnificant paradise.  Tropical rainforests cover two-thirds of the island giving anyone the chance to escape.


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  1. What kind of reptilian life is present in Dominica? I’m positive it’s very diverse.

  2. Lots of different herps, not quite as diverse as many of the tropical rainforests, but that is because it’s a small isolated island. Anyway, we will hopefully be coming across some Lesser Antillean Iguanas, boa constrictors, Dominican amievas, 2 species of anoles, 2 species of Sphaero geckos, turnip tailed geckos, some skinks, Leeward Racers, Leeward ground snake, mountain chickens (a frog), and several small tree frogs. Keep on eye on our species page where we will be listing all the species we find.

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