Dominica, though diminutive, is one of the most naturally dramatic andbeautiful islands of the Lesser Antilles. Self-proclaimed 'Nature Island ofthe Caribbean', its verdant mountains, lush valleys and dense tropicalrainforests are a delight for those looking to discover a Caribbean islandthat can still claim to be off the mass-tourism trail. Aside from naturelovers, this guide is ideal for explorers intent on experiencing thecountry's rich culture and heritage, and for scuba-divers who want todiscover some dramatic marine life and underwater topography. Dominica'srecent claim to fame was as the location for the filming of Hollywoodblockbuster Pirates of the Caribbean. . The only dedicated guide to the island. . Complete guide to the island'snational parks and other natural landmarks. . In-depth coverage ofplantations, estates and the Carib Territory, owned by indigenous people. .Suggested itineraries and excursions such as visiting the World CreoleMusic Festival, using inter-island ferries and taking a cruise.