Cheap flights to Dominica
Flights to Dominica
Reasons To Visit Dominica
The stunning island of Dominica is celebrated as the Caribbean’s finest nature destination known for its untouched wilderness, scenic vistas and many exciting outdoor activities to engage in. In addition to its many nature sites, inside the capital Roseau travelers can find a vibrant town with a unique flavor best sampled in one of its authentic street restaurants. Make sure you are ready to stay fit and active during your stay on the island as there are a huge range of activities to engage in both in the waters off the coast and on land. In the clear blue sea circling the island you can enjoy snorkeling and kayaking as well as whale and dolphin watching, while on land there are various scenic hiking trails as well as some truly stunning nature spots like the Middleham Falls.
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Arriving In Dominica
The main airport in Dominica is Douglas-Charles Airport, while the island is also served by Canefield Airport. If you are looking to book flights from the UAE to Dominica, there are currently no airlines offering direct flights - instead, you’ll need to make a stopover somewhere in order to complete your journey.
Douglas-Charles Airport is a small airport offering very little in terms of amenities and facilities, so make sure you pack any essentials you need with you, while Canefield Airport is also the same in terms of amenities. Your best bet when landing in Dominica is to arrange for private transportation, although you can also find car-rental companies if you need.
Dominica Travel Information
UAE nationals looking to travel to Dominica will be able to do so visa free for up to 21 days. In the country temperatures remain relatively consistent over the course of the year with average highs between 28 to 30 degrees. Be advised that there is a lengthy rainy season in the country beginning in August and continuing through until December. In Dominica the currency is the Eastern Caribbean dollar, while the country is eight hours behind the UAE. In general, you will find that prices in the country are lower than those in the UAE, so you may find your budget will stretch a long way.
* This information is correct as of December 2017
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