Dominica Investment Real Estate
Dominica introduced its economic Citizenship By Investment program (CBI) over two decades ago, which makes it one of the oldest and most reputable CBI programs in the world. Benefits of Dominica’s citizenship program include minimal taxation, residency rights and the right to dual citizenship with no residency requirement.
Dominica obtained its independence from the UK in 1978. Most of Dominica’s 72,000 inhabitants live around the capital city of Roseau. Dominica’s passport offers Visa-Free travel to over 120 countries, including the European Union (EU) States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Sweden, Switzerland, Singapore and Hong Kong.
Dominica is a mountainous Caribbean island nation. This 289 square mile island is often referred to as the “NATURE ISLAND OF THE CARIBBEAN” because of its many waterfalls, hot springs, rivers and undisturbed tropical landscapes.
Dominica is one of the best vacation destinations in the Caribbean for scuba diving, climbing, bird watching, whale and dolphin watching (if not the best in the World). If you enjoy walking trails, then hike the pristine tropical rainforest along the Waitukubuli National Trail. If you just want to relax, try one of Dominica’s secluded beaches.
Dominica’s amazing natural attractions make the perfect back-drop! Whether you are interested in yoga, meditating or getting fit in new & unique ways, Dominica’s natural beauty will help you on your journey.
Investment Key Points
Agriculture remains the most important sector of the economy, in terms of both employment and contribution to the gross national product, contributing approximately 17.8% of the GDP. The main crops are bananas, citrus fruits, and coconuts. Cocoa, coffee, and vegetables are also produced.
Tourism developed dramatically in the late 20th century despite the relative lack of hotel facilities. On average over 80,000 “stay-over” tourists visit this Caribbean island each year, while the ports of Prince Rupert Bay and Roseau serve more than 300,000 cruise-ship passengers on day visits annually.
Dominica has a pleasant climate, particularly during the cooler months from December to March. Summer temperatures reach an average high of 32 °C. Winter temperatures are not much lower, the average high being anywhere from (29 to 30 °C. The dry season is from February to May, and the rainy season is from June to October.
Being largest and most mountainous of the Windward Islands, it is no surprise that Dominica has as many hidden treasures of the natural world to match. Dominica is famous for its tropical rainforest and wildlife with many rivers and waterfalls.