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Diving and Snorkelling Dominica

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The boulder-strewn drop-offs off Dominica's coastline are as steep below the waterline as above on the island's incredibly rough mountainous terrain. The rocky shoreline provides excellent housing for small fish and coral in the far south around Scott's Head and in the marine park around the Cabrits in the north.

Curiosities include hot and cold volcanic vents that spew bubbles and water discoloured with sulphur and iron.

Written by  James Henderson.

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