Hon. Denise Charles
To provide the enabling environment to facilitate the development and expansion of economic activities in tourism in a manner consistent with development goals, so as to contribute to national economic growth, while maintaining an efficient and effective justice system, that enhances the quality of life for both residents and visitors.
To position Dominica as the premier Eco-tourism destination in the region, supported by an enabling justice system and facilitated by efficient and effective support services.
Ms. Lisa Valmond
Dominica is a small (275 sq. mile) island located in the Eastern Caribbean, between the French islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe. With a population of 68,910, its main industries are tourism and agriculture.
Dominica's economic dependence is shifting to a greater reliance on service oriented small and medium enterprises. Hence, tourism is now the greater contributor to our foreign exchange earnings.
15 25 N, 61 20 W
68,910 (July, 2006)
moderated by northeast trade winds; heavy rainfall.
10 parishes: Saint Andrew, Saint David, Saint George, Saint John, Saint Joseph, Saint Luke, Saint Mark, Saint Patrick, Saint Paul, Saint Peter.
Date of Independence
November 3, 1978
Based on English common law
Work In Nature
Our Work In Nature (WIN) Extended Stay Visa allows you to relocate to Dominica and work remotely for up to 18 months.
Small Business Support
Please use the following link to complete the Small Business Support Unit Application Form.
Places to Visit
Here are a few places to visit while on island:
The Ministry of Tourism partners with various private & public sector organisations. Some of our partners include: