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From Jazz festivals to carnivals and even a hiking festival – here’s your guide to what’s hot in the Caribbean in 2012:
Holidays in the Caribbean are often thought as only for the rich and famous but the island of Dominica really can be enjoyed on a budget without compromising on any of the experience.
After the mad rush of Christmas and New Year festivities exhausted party goers will be planning a holiday to relax, refocus and detox for the start of 2011.
If you think Caribbean holidays are all about sun, sea, sand and cocktails, then think again. For travellers to the island of Dominica, the attractions lay mainly in the interior, exploring its stunning natural features.
Dominica is widely recognised as a world leader in responsible tourism.
New decade, new you? Let 2010 be the year you finally fulfil that lifelong ambition as more and more people look for an "experience" on their holiday.
Discover Dominica has announced the attractions taking place on the island in 2010.
The number of European visitors to the Caribbean island of Dominica increased by 11.4 per cent over the course of the first half of the year, according to new figures.
The Caribbean island of Dominica is an increasingly popular holiday and cruise ship destination, with unique attractions, landscapes and culture.
Holidaymakers are being offered the chance to enjoy the Caribbean's longest running diving festival at Dominica's Dive Fest.
Enjoy some winter sun this March on a 15-night cruise around Southern Caribbean, departing on the March 25th 2009 from Barbados.
Sail to some of the most amazing Caribbean islands on a 14-night cruise departing on the March 29th 2009 from Dominican Republic.
The carnival spirit will be alive and well this autumn on the Caribbean island of Dominica, as it prepares to celebrate the 30th anniversary of its Independence.
The Caribbean island of Dominica will enjoy better air access this summer, building on strong tourism growth and its starring role in Pirates of the Caribbean II.
The Caribbean's green island, Dominica, is set to get even greener with six new eco-holidays.
With a wet and windy British winter now settling in, it is more tempting than ever to take to the skies and head to a destination with hot and sunny weather.
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust's Attenborough Nature Reserve is one of the top ten eco-destinations in the world, according to a leading eco-tourism expert.
Discover a dead man's treasure chest in Dominica
Five holiday hotspots for the future
Dominica receives eco-tourism award