Cabrits is a national park on the island of Dominica. This is also home of the remaining Carib Indians. It is a uniquely shaped peninsula that was formed by the two peaks of an extinct volcano. The Cabrits was a military post until 1854. The forest then gained control and in 1986 Cabrits became part of the National Park System.
Snorkeling and scuba diving is excellent here.
View the beautiful underwater world that nature has to offer. Colorful reefs and
tropical fish are as stunning as they can be. Clear water and perfect
temperatures make this place a great dive spot.
Bird watching is also popular here. Many unique birds are spotted everywhere. A peaceful, yet entertaining activity that can be done with the whole family.