National Parks in Commonwealth of Dominica

Dominica, officially known as the Commonwealth of Dominica, is an island and a republic located in the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean Sea. The network of Dominica National Parks covers a significant percentage of the country, with various protected areas including national parks and reserves to safeguard the biodiversity of its fauna, flora, and geology.

The Unit of National Parks holds the most prominent position. Its task involves the maintenance and care of the Botanical Gardens and other public areas in the Roseau region, as well as the national sites within the island’s National Parks System. Among these, the Morne Diablotin National Park, the Morne Trois Pitons National Park, and the Cabrits National Park stand out. Additionally, the Unit is also responsible for managing other stunning natural sites not included in the established national parks, such as the Soufriere Sulphur Springs area, the Indian River, and Trafalgar Falls. These sites are also under the supervision and jurisdiction of the Division. Furthermore, the Unit has the responsibility of implementing the "Usage Fee" program at twelve (12) ecotourism sites across the island.

Dominica, situated between the French overseas territories of Guadeloupe to the north and Martinique to the south, is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations. This beautiful Caribbean island stands out for its rich biodiversity, mountainous landscapes, lush tropical rainforests, and crystal-clear waters. It’s a popular destination for nature enthusiasts and provides numerous opportunities to explore its natural beauty and immerse oneself in its vibrant culture. Dominica is a true tropical paradise and a captivating place to discover in the Caribbean.