Real estate in Dominica is the stuff of which tropical daydreams during harsh northern winters are manufactured. It is often referred to as the island of unspoiled beauty, because much of the island’s 291 square mile area is sparsely inhabited and unspoiled by man. That, of course, will not last since the tourist trade has already begun to flock to the verdant shores of this small island in the Lesser Antilles.
For those who have the means to buy here now, the investment will undoubtedly pay off handsomely in the years to come. Many, of course, will be interested in purchasing Dominica with a view towards preserving the natural wonder of the island. Others, of course, will be motivated to invest in Dominica for sale in hopes of developing the uninhabited regions to create the next big tourist hot spot in the Caribbean. It is to be hoped, for the sake of the people and the beauty of this small island, that those who choose to follow the latter course will undertake their development with an eye for preserving the country’s natural beauty.
Some consider this island to be the northernmost of the Windward Islands, while others hold that it is the southernmost of the Leeward archipelago. Either way you look at it, in Dominica is ideally situated and has any number of exotic and more well-known tropical neighbors including: Martinique, Montserrat, Antigua, St. Lucia and more. The terrain is covered with a lush tropical rain forest and its home to many endangered species, as well as some other exotic geographical features including over 360 rivers and an immense area of soft sand beaches in the northeastern part of the country. It also has a large national park and any Dominica real estate bordering that nature preserve will likely prove to be most valuable in years to come.
Unlike more developed countries in the Caribbean, Dominica seems to be just on the verge of finding itself. Those fortunate enough to be able to invest in a bit of Dominica today will be investing in some of the last natural beauty left in the heart of the sun-loving tropics. While some development is bound to occur, if done with taste and care for the fragile eco-systems, many foresee this small island becoming an environmental model for the area, showing that man and nature can peacefully coexist on a small island in a bright blue the sea If you want to be part of that slow evolution, then check out offerings for Dominica in your favorite international listings.