Dominica, Bahamas among “Most Ethical” Tourism Destinations: Report

Dominica and the Bahamas are among the top 10 “Best Ethical Destinations” in the developing world, according to a report by

The report rates countries on a series of factors, including environmental protection, social welfare and human rights.

“It’s always an honour to compile this list,” said Jeff Greenwald, executive director of Ethical Traveler, said in a statement.


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  1. T
    January 8, 2012

    Alas some of u folks just want to hear only bad from Dominica. Dominica get are good name allu bashing out, something negative happen alas world gonna end. Goosh don’t u all love all u country? U all rather hear another country doing good an praise it but wen comes to all u home land it’s another thing. Jah help those ignorants

    • real possie
      January 9, 2012

      @ T thats how u see all those patriots on the side line those that love the doc, that tells u whats thier agenda.So funny theY love man but not thier country.

  2. SaylC
    January 7, 2012

    Just looked up that site if i may say myself…
    Keep it up Dominica! :-D …But they should add a lil more pics to make Dominica’s beauty stand out a lil bit more…

  3. mariecherie
    January 6, 2012

    congratulation to dominica and dominicans at least there is good in D A not all bad as some ppl seems to make it. keep it up and lets push for a better tomorrow.

  4. I'mWondering
    January 6, 2012

    The ECO tourist will like this report!

    Goes to show …we have something special that outsiders see. ;ast year, Dominica made quite a few stories regarding tourism…. let;s exploit these stories and aspects of Dominica and take Dominica further.

    Way to go Dominica and it’s people

  5. Tutut
    January 6, 2012

    So negative stuff alone that have long lines? Bravo Dominica! Nature Isle you rock!We must continue to tweak the tourism product but that is great news

    January 6, 2012

    where are all the bloggers now, where have they gone to?

  7. Duncekyat
    January 5, 2012

    Great news indeed! Each little bit of positive information goes a long way. The mantra is “What can I/we do today to make DA a better place than it was yesterday”. I know we can do it!!

  8. January 5, 2012

    Carnival Cruise lines need to see this.

  9. Mad as Hell
    January 5, 2012

    This person does not know jack what is going on in Dominica. I wonder how and where he got the information about Dominica that brought him to that conclusion.

    • Anonymous
      January 7, 2012

      SORRY AS HELL, you need to keep your clappers closed… you sorry donkey 4er!!!!

  10. January 5, 2012

    Great news indeed for my lovely island Dominica, we as a people need to play our own little part.

  11. happ
    January 5, 2012

    we are a blessed nation and there are so many good things about our country. it’s just a few in the minority who want to paint a bad picture out there. god bless DA

  12. anonymous2
    January 5, 2012

    I guess that they didn’t investigate thoroughly enough to really know how prevalent the use of herbicides and pesticides is plus the poverty issue and the prejudices that exist.

      January 5, 2012

      OMG, they missed this anonymous blogger becuase with the amount of herbicides and pesticide this poverty blogger has, he/she would have just tainted all of Dominica.

      Is a good thing you are out of Dominica.

      Bye…shooo poule

    • KoKo Naughts
      January 5, 2012

      Anonymous, I though had and long about giving u that “like” bcus I suspect u know what u talking about..

    • Sout Man
      January 6, 2012

      Come on!! Show a little love!! 66% of Dominica is covered by tropical rain forest, so very little can be drowned with pesticides. The Trois Pitons National Park is Of World Heritage Site status. Our bird species, rare plants, lakes, rivers and waterfalls are the envy of many. Coral reefs and abundance of marine life are all part of our treasure. Patriots unite!!

  13. Hmmm
    January 5, 2012

    Yeh DA! Something good finally!

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