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Dominica is a beautiful, peaceful, and welcoming island country located in the Caribbean. Officially the Commonwealth of Dominica, its population of almost 72,000 is fluent in English as well as a creole dialect of French; a relic of its brief colonization by France. A British possession since the 18th century, Dominica achieved independence from the U.K. in 1978. Boasting a tropical climate and diverse wildlife, visitors come from around the world to explore Dominica’s dense rainforests, lush mountains, and pristine sandy beaches. Home to the second largest hot spring in the world, the country’s volcanically active and waterfall-filled national park is a UNESCO Heritage Site and a top hiking destination. Roseau, its capital and largest city, offers sophisticated Caribbean cuisine, culture, and nightlife.
In addition to beautiful beaches and hospitable people, Dominica is also an increasingly attractive environment for businesses and investors. Low taxes render Dominica an ideal destination for financially motivated individuals, while its low crime rate and healthy air offer security and high-quality living to families. A stable democracy and one of the few non-Constitutional island-monarchies in the Caribbean, Dominica maintains close diplomatic and security relations with Europe and the United States. The small country remains a vibrant member of the international community, having joined the United Nations (UN), International Monetary Fund (IMF), and the Organization of American States (OAS). Part of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), Dominica shares its currency with the six other member states; the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (ECD) is fixed to the United States’ (USD $1 = ECD $2.70). Driven mainly by agriculture and tourism, Dominica’s economy is increasingly diversifying, but remains grounded in stability and investor confidence. Dominica is consistently rated first among other nations on various Citizenship by Investment indexes.
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Known as the “Nature Isle of the Caribbean,” Dominica astonishes its visitors with its inherent natural beauty and sceneries.Read More
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