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Discover Dominica by rental car on your own

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Enjoy your holidays in Dominica

The island state Dominica in the Caribbean convinces with tropical rain forests, fascinating mountains and natural thermal springs. Book a rental car and discover Dominica on your own. Simply pick up your dream car in the capital Roseau or at Douglas-Charles Airport and start your holiday stress-free. Our portal shows you the prices of car rental companies for Dominica transparently and helps you to book your desired rental car at the best price. wishes you a pleasant and safe journey and lots of fun in Dominica!

Which highlights should I not miss in Dominica?

Morne Trois Pitons National Park

Ever heard of the boiling lake? It is located in the Morne Trois Pitons National Park and is volcanically heated. It is so hot that even steam rises from its surface. It is the second largest thermal spring in the world, behind Frying Pan Lake in New Zealand. Make sure to visit the sulphur springs, Trafalgar Falls and Titou Gorge as well.


The capital of Dominica, Roseau, is a seaport on the southwest coast of the island. It is the port of call for many Caribbean cruise ships, whose passengers then visit Fort Young or the Morne Trois Pitons National Park. Drive to Roseau Cathedral or Roseau Museum by rental car or stroll along the harbor.

Visit Emerald Pool

Visit Emerald Pool

Make sure you visit the following highlights during your trip to Dominica:

  • Cabrits National Park
  • Emerald Pool
  • Morne Diablotins
  • Champagne Reef
  • The Dominica Museum
  • Fort Shirley
  • Boiling Lake

Island hopping: Visit other islands in the Caribbean

Are you ready for even more Caribbean flair? Then make a detour to another Caribbean island. Watch flamingos on Aruba beach, cruise through Havana's old town in a vintage car in Cuba or chill out to reggaeton at the beach in Jamaica. These Caribbean island paradises are also worth a visit: