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. They offer presentations and tours that serve as both cultural awareness and a source of income for their community.
The natives who run the Kalinago Cultural Village offer visitors to come and learn about the indigenous people, their history, and culture. The staff, all indigenous themselves, give tours of the area, offer live reenactments, and are happy to present all their culture has to offer.
Consider staying in a welcoming part of Dominica if you plan on visiting Kalinago Cultural Village, since travelers to this area of Dominica will have easy access to this museum throughout their trip. If you wish to stay somewhere near Kalinago Cultural Village, there are a decent selection of hotel rooms in the neighborhood.
|River Rush Retreat||Lodge||--||--|
|Hibiscus Valley Inn||Lodge||--||--|
|Roots Jungle Retreat||B & B||1.6 mi. (4.0 km)||W|
|Serenity Lodges Dominica||Lodge||1.6 mi. (3.7 km)||W|
|Pagua Bay House||Cottages||2.6 mi. (1.1 km)||NNW|
Kalinago Cultural Village patrons hoping also to spend some time outside should consider Antrizle Beach, the easiest beach to access, and a good option for those hoping to do a bit of sunbathing after visiting this location.
You should call the museum ahead of time for their operating hours.
The cost of admission for the Kalinago Cultural Village is $10 USD. The price includes general admission onto the site and a tour.
Phone Number: (767) 445-7979
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