Dominica, also known as the ‘Nature Isle of the Caribbean’, is a highly forested island-nation with a reputation for eco-friendliness. The country has committed to becoming the world’s first climate-resilient nation – a decision taken after Dominica sustained significant damage from Hurricane Maria in 2017. Britain colonised Dominica and shaped its modern culture, but the island’s mountains helped to protect its indigenous Kalinago people and their traditions. Today, the Kalinago showcase their products and lifestyle in the Carib Territory, a reserve to which they share property rights. One of Dominica’s main tourism attractions is its ‘Boiling Lake’, situated in the Morne Trois Pitons National Park – a World Heritage Site.
The Dominica Citizenship by Investment Programme