PHOTO OF THE DAY: Peace and tranquility at Scotts Head

Photo was taken at Scotts Head point looking towards Soufriere on the right and the Roseau area on the left

Photo by Sheldon Attidore

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3 Comments

  1. Facts
    January 26, 2017

    Every other country is ahead, that means we are different and have something other than the norm to offer. What we ought to do is properly advertise and invite persons to experience Dominica as is; natural beauty. A few eco friendly hotels that blends in with the natruak beauty is what we need to boost tourism, not becoming like every other Caribbean island.

  2. Locs Girl
    January 8, 2017

    Serenity!

  3. Concern citizen
    January 7, 2017

    Beautiful scenery,
    D/ca is really beautiful, but unfortunately the inhabitants are just capitalising on the natural beauty of the country
    D/ca is like a mother died and left a house for her son, and the son left it for his g/ grand children and for hundred of years they have done nothing to repair or up keep the house, what a sad situation for a country we say we love so much, see the state of Dominica since 1493 every other Caribbean Island is ahead of us, dominichen Leve

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