I visited the Cultural Village on a recent trip to Dominica. As a scholar of Caribbean studies (I am an anthropologist), I found this museum site to be a total gem. The information was accurate and beautifully displayed. Our bilingual (English and French) guide presented the information about her ancestors and her community in an engaging and interesting manner. Though the village is obviously a recent construction it provides each visitor a very good idea of how the first peoples of the Caribbean adapted and survived in the islands. I also ate at the snackette- my curried chicken, provisions, and vegetables were delivered quickly and they were tasty. If you are looking to learn more about Caribbean history and specfically more about Kalinago people the Cultural Village is a must-see!!
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