From mountainous landscape to lush forest, and even featuring a small fishing village, the Calibashie region of Dominica is diverse in its offerings. This diversity continues into the activities that abound. Days are easily filled on the rocky shores watching the surf splash onto the rugged beaches, hiking through nature trails, or visiting some of the less dominant cultural landmarks in the area.
There are a large number of beaches to consider in the area. Whether you prefer being around other people, or you prefer a quieter spot, you can find what you want. Click on the name of each beach to read a detailed article concerning that particular location.
Black Sands Beach: It is not hard to see how Black Sands Beach got its name. Come take a look at one of the most famous beaches on the island.
Another place worth considering is Woodford Hill Bay. A sandy shoreline near a stunning cape, Woodford Hill Bay is on the island's northeast edge. It's a great sightseeing locale.
Walker's Rest Bay: Access here isn't difficult, but it's not a beach you see from the main road. You can ask directions in the nearby town of Wesley and you'll be given them gladly.
These are just a sample of what's available. You can learn more here.
Assuming you enjoy learning about other places and cultures, you might enjoy visiting a museum during your time in Calibishie.
If you are looking to do some sight-seeing, visit Kalinago Cultural Village. It is located 9.0 mi. Southeast of central Calibishie. Discover the indigenous peoples of Dominica through the Kalinago Cultural Center. This large museum spread out like a village presents the heritage of some of the last remaining traditionalist natives on the island of Dominica.
The chart directly below provides you with more details concerning a museum you might enjoy nearby.
|Kalinago Cultural Village||(767) 445-7979||9.0 mi. Southeast of Central Calibishie||Dominica|
Brenner Falls is one of the local attractions that's popular with visitors. <p>A wonderful family adventure awaits anyone willing to get a little wet! Brenner Falls is a secluded waterfall that has dug itself into the cliff it is falling from, forming a "U" shape in the cliff with the waterfall at the back.</p>
A second place to consider is Morne Diablotin National Park. <p>Established in the year 2000, Morne Diablotin National Park serves as a safe haven for the Sisserou Parrot, the symbol of Dominica that has sadly been driven to the verge of extinction.</p>
Calibishie is home to additional natural attractions. Navigate to this article concerning natural attractions in and near the area if you're interested in learning more facts.
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