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Toasting The New Year At Champagne Reef, Dominica

Toasting The New Year At Champagne Reef, Dominica

Southern Dominica, along the Caribbean coast… You won’t find too many of the sanguinely sweet and sunny white-sand shores that have, in many ways, come to define the Caribbean travel experience here.

The preponderance of volcanoes all over the island, nine in total, ensure that the majority of Dominica’s shores bear a singularly silver-grey countenance.

Alluring, raw, and often more rocky than most would like, these shores aren’t for everyone all the time.

As I’ve written before, though, the particular dark-sand shores along the Caribbean Sea in southern Dominica pictured above couldn’t be more perfect for starting any New Year off right.

These, of course, are the shores that line Champagne Reef, and while we’ve previously extolled the virtues of the ringing in the New Year among the bubbles offshore, I’m sure you’d agree that the experience on-land ain’t too shabby either…

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  • drdanj

    One of our favorite spots! It’s about ten minutes from our house in Castle Comfort. We’ll be back in a couple of weeks. Dominica is one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean. The tropical jungle is so lush, you can almost feel the extra oxygen in the air as soon as you step off the plane. And yes, Dominica has beaches, and so much more. 🙂

    • Could not agree with you more about how special Dominica really is! Hope to see you on our next trip down there..