Dominica is one of the best places to travel in 2020, according to experts from two popular travel magazines Conde Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure.
Travel + Leisure magazine annually compiles for its 9 million audience a list of the 50 best places to travel, listed in alphabetical order. The main criterion of selection: why is the destination worth visiting right now? Editors collect information and statistics on tourism, determine the main events of the year, highlight new flight routes and hotel openings.
The drafters of the rating write about Dominica: “This 290-square-mile teardrop is an outdoorsy traveler’s oasis, claiming 365 rivers, 300 miles of hiking trails, a dozen waterfalls, and the world’s second-largest hot spring. And resorts are betting that visitors will find the trek to this “Nature Island” utterly worth it.”
The rating notes that Dominica is becoming a popular destination for eco-tourism thanks to hotel developments such as Anichi Resort & Spa, which will be open soon or have debuted already.
Luxury and lifestyle travel magazine Conde Nast Traveler, annually for the new year publishes a ranking of the 20 best places to go, compiling its list in alphabetical order. The main goal: to help travelers find places of interest to visit that year.
The editors of the rating talk about the efforts directed by the Government of Dominica to transform the island into the first country in the world that is resistant to climate change: “To achieve this goal by 2030, the island is banning single-use plastics and Styrofoam; harnessing the renewable energy of the country’s geothermal, hydro, and solar resources; developing sustainable fisheries; and realigning and improving roads to resist flooding and other damage.”
Dominica is presented as a paradise for adventure and nature lovers: “More than just sand and surf, the island’s natural highlights include the world’s second-largest boiling lake, natural hot springs, volcanoes, secluded pools at the bottom of towering waterfalls, more than 300 miles of trails in pristine rain forest, and clear waters ideal for snorkeling and diving that are home to the world’s only year-round resident sperm whale population.”
There have been improvement in flights to the island: “Air Antilles added more seasonal winter flights from Martinique and Guadalupe, and Silver Airways has started daily flights to Dominica from San Juan, Puerto Rico.”
Conde Nast Traveler experts note the heyday of construction and the opening of new hotels and resorts on the island, help to attract more travelers to the island.
Thanks to the Dominica citizenship program and the introduction of an additional option for investing in real estate, such large and prestigious brands as Marriott’s Autograph Collection entered the island, providing support and development of island tourism. For 2020, Dominica is one of the most interesting options for obtaining citizenship through investment which in addition is profitable for families. If you plan to visit the island and invest in real estate, contact us.