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Mark Rentz at Caribbean Sea
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Scotts Head, DominicaScotts HeadDominicaThe tiny village of Scott's Head sits at the southern tip of Dominica, where the Atlantic and Caribbean converge. Hike out to Scott's Head...Soufriere, DominicaSoufriereDominicaThe tiny village of Soufrière, with Plat Pays Mountain rising in the background. With such steep, forested mountains covering most of the island,...Titou Gorge, Saint George, DominicaTitou GorgeSaint George, DominicaThe entrance to this narrow rainforest slot canyon is dark and the water is cold, but it's well worth the adventure to swim on in and check out the...Middleham Falls, Saint Paul, DominicaMiddleham FallsSaint Paul, DominicaA great place for an afternoon dip, especially if you've been hiking for a while. It takes about an hour to hike here if you park at the public...Middleham Falls, Saint Paul, DominicaMiddleham FallsSaint Paul, DominicaThis 300ft (91m) tall waterfall is the tallest in Dominca and can be found after a pleasant one hour rainforest hike. This is the view from the...Middleham Falls Trailhead, Laudat, DominicaMiddleham Falls TrailheadLaudat, DominicaJust a few minutes walk from the trailhead you'll find this awesome tree that has created a set of natural steps along the trail. Easy to twist an...Kalinago Barana Autê, Saint David, DominicaKalinago Barana AutêSaint David, DominicaI love the windswept trees and bushes lining the eastern coast. Dominica is right in the heart of Hurricane Alley, and the vegetation here is built...Roseau Valley, Saint George, DominicaRoseau ValleySaint George, DominicaThe road to Laudat offers wonderful views of the Roseau Valley. Even though it's the most populated valley in Dominica you'd barely know it with...Northern coastline, DominicaNorthern coastlineDominicaThe rough-hewn northern coast of Dominica. The tough coastline and mountainous interior made Dominica unsuitable for large colonial sugar...Kalinago Barana Autê, Saint David, DominicaKalinago Barana AutêSaint David, DominicaWhile you're on the island, take the time to visit the Kalinago Village for an introduction to the pre-Columbian way of life. This model village...Anchorage Hotel & Dive Center, Loubiere, DominicaAnchorage Hotel & Dive CenterLoubiere, DominicaCheck it out - this sperm whale had legs! No really, those two little bones are the vestigial remains of whale legs, and all whales have them...Anchorage Hotel & Dive Center, Loubiere, DominicaAnchorage Hotel & Dive CenterLoubiere, DominicaGreat deck here where you can grab a beer, watch the sunset and hang out with a 30ft (9.5m) long sperm whale skeleton. This whale was hit by a ship...Champagne Reef, Saint Luke, DominicaChampagne ReefSaint Luke, DominicaColorful reef squids are easy to spot here, and they often travel in small schools. Their undulating fins allow them to travel backward with ease,...Champagne Reef, Saint Luke, DominicaChampagne ReefSaint Luke, DominicaThis pretty little parrotfish is still young and might be male or female, but as it ages and grows in size it will ultimately end up male,...Champagne Reef, Saint Luke, DominicaChampagne ReefSaint Luke, DominicaThis is a sand diver lizardfish. He's basically an underwater chameleon, and you often find them half buried in the sand. He's just sitting around...Champagne Reef, Saint Luke, DominicaChampagne ReefSaint Luke, DominicaThere's more to see than just the bubbling gasses - can you spot the canon embedded in the ocean floor? It's within diving distance about 25ft deep.Champagne Reef, Saint Luke, DominicaChampagne ReefSaint Luke, DominicaColorful parrotfish hanging near the bubbling reef. Not quite an orgy of reef fish, but there's a nice variety. You can also spot eels, pufferfish,...Champagne Reef, Saint Luke, DominicaChampagne ReefSaint Luke, DominicaGreat snorkeling and scuba diving site, where volcanic gasses seep through the ocean floor. As the name implies, it feels like you are swimming in...Champagne Reef, Saint Luke, DominicaChampagne ReefSaint Luke, DominicaGreat snorkeling and scuba diving site, where volcanic gasses seep through the ocean floor. As the name implies, it feels like you are swimming in...Caribbean Sea, St. Joseph, DominicaCaribbean SeaSt. Joseph, DominicaWhales aren't the only cetaceans around Dominica - these rough-toothed dolphins were a fabulous surprise. They are typically found far off-shore,...
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          1. > 1y
            Thanks so much for sharing these photos Mark. **Lovely images**! These remind me how beautiful Dominica is and how fortunate we were with the Sperm Whales! We still have a couple spaces for February if you know anyone who'd like to join: http://bit.ly/HltwdV
          2. > 1y
            Thanks @Ted Cheeseman - definitely a trip to remember. I tried to get Mike and Andrea to join, but I think they are already booked at that time.
          3. > 1y
            @Scuba Mami - I know you are planning to swim with the humpbacks, but put the spermies on your list too! Easy trip from NYC!
          4. > 1y
            Now I have Madagascar and Sri Lanka on my mind! @Mark Rentz @Tom Page @Minul Tennakoon Money, time, time money!!!!
          5. > 1y
            umm.. I'll help you as I can
          6. > 1y
            Not going anytime soon.... Have 2014 possibilities already lined up and want to return to PNG. @Minul Tennakoon
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