First and foremost, visitors come to Dominica to enjoy the beautiful surroundings and incredible nature. There are many ways to tour the island, learn about its heritage all the while soaking up and taking advantage of the landscape.

To begin an historical and educational tour of Roseau and Dominica, visit the Roseau Museum which covers the islands origins, traditions, and culture.

The Caribs of Dominica put up the best fight of all the Caribbean islands when it came to European colonization. A visit to Fort Shirley, an English fort will bring you back into the early island days when the struggles were underway as the English attempted to fight and force the Carib people out to take over the island.

Cabrits National Historic Park is a superb way to enjoy the natural beauty; an 800 acre marine reserve, it features great walking paths, historic colonial ruins from the early days of European settlement, as well as a museum to learn more about the area's civilization history and its flora and fauna.

Taking island tours is a top choice for travelers to ensure that they are able to see the majority of the island at a stress-free pace. Tours also provide scenery along with guided history lectures.