Dominica – Cabrits

We spent a few hours driving from the South of the island, to the North, where we are spending the next few days

Past rum factories, colourful villages and many, many winding roads.

Cabrits contains a national park – a preserved fort. British people began construction in 1765, to defend north Dominica and it was abandoned in 1854. But is now preserved as a museum.

We were staying right on the beach, completely deserted. July is not a popular time in the Carribean!

Of course, some more diving. And it was just as good up here!

Lots of colourful reefs, with fish – but also cool creatures to find hidden, crabs, nudibranches and seahorses.

A huge hairy clinging crab

And some gaps to swim through!

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