Dominica Island

Dominica Named the Best Island in the Caribbean, Bermuda and the Bahamas

16 August 2022 | Tags:


Dominica was ranked number one on the list of the best islands in the Caribbean, Bermuda, and the Bahamas, published by Travel + Leisure. Each year, the travel magazine within the study of the T+L’s World’s Best Awards ask readers to share their opinions on the best cities, islands, cruise ships, resorts, airlines and more. Travelers rated the Caribbean region on the following dimensions: natural attractions, beaches, sights, activities, restaurants, food, people, friendliness and overall value.

Travel + Leisure notes the uniqueness of the 2022 ranking winner: “Nicknamed the Nature Island, Dominica is not defined by the combo of pristine white sand and shiny resorts that’s often synonymous with the Caribbean. Instead, the anything-but-average island lures eco-travellers with a jumble of rain forests, volcanoes, hot springs, thunderous waterfalls, and black-sand beaches. It has an undiscovered quality that can be rare not only in the region, but the world over. It’s a dream for hikers, snorkelers, and all kinds of adventurers, but the island also offers pockets of over-the-top luxury…

Dominica has been honoured as a top island in the Travel and Leisure World’s Best Awards for the first time. Dominica’s Minister of Tourism, Hon. Denise Charles, was delighted with the result: “We are elated by this recognition from such a major international publication like Travel and Leisure, as it means that readers who are active travellers agree that Dominica is the best island too travel to and experience in 2022. It also means that our hard work and dedication over the years are paying off. Our bold rebranding, new targeted marketing approach, and our five pillar strategy of Agro-Tourism, Aqua, Adventure, Wellness and Festival and Events are all coming together to reap amazing rewards and this travel and Leisure accolade is just the beginning.

Despite the serious tests that have hit the tourism industry around the world in the past two years due to the coronavirus pandemic and restrictions on movement between countries, Dominica maintains a positive trend in recognizing the island as one of the best places to visit and the safest country to live and work in the Caribbean.

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