The Carib Indians, Dominica's indigenous people, live on a 3,700 acre Territory on the east coast of the island.
With a visit here, you will experience their ancestral roots through their crafts, canoe building and traditional culinary activities.
Besides these warm and friendly people, other attractions in the Carib Territory include its many craft shops, the L'Escalier Tete Chien, Horseback Ridge and Isulukati Falls, and the Karifuna Cultural Group.
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IMPORTANT THINGS TO KNOW
Use Certified Taxi Drivers for a true Dominica Experience! A Certified Taxi Driver carries a VALID ID card and the vehicle bears a sticker issued by the Discover Dominica Authority.
Site passes are required for some sites. Passes are available from cruise agents, tour operators, National Park Officials, vendors at the sites and other locations island wide. Day passes are US $ 5 and a week pass is US $ 12.
Currency is Eastern Caribbean Dollars. US $ 1 dollar is equivalent to EC 2.67. The US dollar is widely accepted across the island.