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Major cities and airports in Dominica

  1. Roseau – Douglas-Charles Airport (DOM)

Time and Communication

Dominica is in the Atlantic Standard Time (AST) zone, which is 4 hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC-4). Dominica does not observe daylight saving time. The country has good mobile coverage with several mobile operators available. Call quality is generally good in urban areas, but it can be unreliable in rural areas.

Money and shopping

The currency used in Dominica is the Eastern Caribbean dollar (XCD), and its exchange rate to the US dollar is fixed at $1 USD to $2.70 XCD. While some businesses in Dominica may accept payment in US dollars or euros, it is recommended to use the local currency for transactions. Payment by bank cards is common in Dominica, and most major cards are accepted. However, it’s always best to carry cash as a backup, especially in rural areas. Currency exchange offices are typically open from 8 am to 3 pm on weekdays and 8 am to 12 pm on Saturdays.


The most common transportation options in Dominica are buses, taxis, and rental cars. Buses are the cheapest option, but they can be crowded and uncomfortable. Taxis are more expensive but provide a more comfortable and convenient way to get around the island. Rental cars are also available, but they can be expensive and driving in Dominica can be challenging due to narrow and winding roads.

Touristic attractions

  • Morne Trois Pitons National Park: A UNESCO World Heritage site with stunning natural beauty, including waterfalls, hot springs, and the Boiling Lake.
  • Trafalgar Falls: A popular attraction with two waterfalls that cascade into a natural swimming pool.
  • Champagne Reef: A unique diving spot with underwater geothermal vents that release streams of bubbles, making it feel like you’re swimming in a glass of champagne.
  • Roseau Market: A bustling marketplace where you can find fresh produce, local crafts, and souvenirs.
  • Scotts Head Pinnacle: A popular spot for hiking and snorkeling with beautiful views of the Caribbean Sea.
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