Find your perfect hotel on Dominica, the Nature Island of the Caribbean
GoDominica is Dominica’s trusted booking platform for local accommodations
Personal service since 1997
Why GoDominica is your best choice to book your stay on Dominica
By booking on GoDominica, you can stay at unique places. Often smaller, high quality accommodations, with friendly local staff. We carefully select and list the hotels and guest houses, working directly with the owners.
We are a collective of local accommodations, with the only objective to make you enjoy the best of Dominica. By booking directly you always get the best price available. And you directly support the local economy.
GoDominica is operated by Hans and Trish who are living on Dominica for many years. They love to share their experiences with you. To help you find the best hotels, car rental, restaurants or excursions. Anything to make your holidays the best ever…
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GoDominica.com is Dominica’s local platform to book hotels and other accommodations.
Green coziness. Exotic nature. Just outside of the contemplative hamlet of Guillet, you find Mango Garden Cottages, the place of relaxation and at the same time an ideal starting point for hikes, snorkeling trips and discover tours of any nature.
3 Rivers & Rosalie Forest Eco Lodge & green living centre is a small, award winning, off-grid eco lodge in the lush Rosalie rainforest valley, surrounded by rivers and mountains, in natural and unspoiled eastern Dominica.
Lush peaks, deep valleys and 365 rivers cover the Eastern Caribbean island of Dominica. The 290-square-mile island is undergoing a luxury hotel boom. And there’s world-class diving and snorkeling, plus sandy shoreline for full-fledged relaxation. To read the whole article, click here. CNN Travel’s 10 best places to visit in 2020 If you find that […]
One of Dominica’s top photographers, Derek Galon, has given us a Christmas gift: his discovery of a funky rock on the side of Glassy Point and stunning drone photos of that area. Enjoy the views, read his comments, and come to Dominica to see all these natural wonder with your own eyes. All photos below […]
Travel + Leisure has placed Dominica at 17th position out of 50 places they think are the best places to visit in 2020! If you’re looking for a place teeming with tourists, jam-packed white beach’s or dazzling night life, Dominica is not for you. What you will find is mountainous rain forests with hiking trails, […]
Conde Nast has included Dominica in their list of 20 best places to visit in 2020! Conde Nast Traveler is a top U.S. travel publication that reaches approximately 5,351,474 unique monthly viewers. Dominica is more than just sun and beach, we have the world’s second largest boiling lake, many waterfalls, miles of hiking tracks, hot […]
Without any doubt the best photographer of Dominica is Derek Galon. Today he published on Facebook some fresh drone photos of Scotts Head, Dominica, from less known angles. While I flew drone for the first photo – it was attacked by… a swarm of bees! Oops! I had to land it away from me, and […]
Make your next vacation a new experience The image above is the Botanical Garden in Dominica’s capital Roseau, 2 years after hurricane Maria. It’s green and clean again; a nice place for a stroll and to learn about some special plants and trees. Dominica is still recovering from the damages of that monster hurricane on […]
We help travelers to Nature Island since 1997
We love our Nature Island. Dominica is a unique place in the Caribbean, and we want your stay to be as unique as our beautiful home. This is why we have been helping travelers from around the world to make the best of their experience on Dominica since 1997. Leave your contact details in the form below and we will get in touch to help you with flights, ferries, hotels or just advice for your trip to Dominica.
Trish & Hans
Supported by Dominica Hotel & Tourism Association
How you'll get to Dominica
Dominica rewards its visitors with clear waters, warm sunny days, and black sand beaches.The Nature Island isn’t your typical Caribbean island, thick with tourists and traffic. Your journey will often entail stopping at one other island before you take a ferry or regional airline to Dominica. We have prepared everything you need to know to get to Dominica.