The island nation of the Commonwealth of Dominica, has successfully secured its place in the National Geographic’s recently announced ‘Cool List’ for 2024. The information about the above mentioned has been revealed via the recently released article by the CNN, citing the ‘cool list 2024.’
It is to be noted that, National Geographic Traveller has published a roaster of over 30 places and experiences which are comprising its 2024 ‘cool list.’ While sharing the above mentioned, it has mentioned over 30 places on earth, sharing its experience from its beauty to the major tourist attractions of that places.
Adding to the above mentioned, the Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, has shared the article, comprising the National Geographic Traveller’s released ‘Cool List 2024’ and extended congratulations to the people of Dominica, for another successful benchmark that the island nation of Dominica has achieved.
Commonly known as ‘The Nature Isle of the Caribbean’, the commonwealth of Dominica, which has abundance of natural beauty and lush green forest is the reason why it has secured the place in the ‘cool list 2024’. It is mainly recognized among the travellers for offering abundance of nature to whoever lands on the island.
It is to be added that, the National Geographic Travellers in the ‘Cool List 2024’ has also lauded the Commonwealth of Dominica for its lush green forests and the abundance of nature.
Considerably, the post shared by PM Skerrit on his official social media handle has reached almost everyone and people have also expressed their sentiments on knowing this.
Many of them took it to the comment section to express their sentiments, of which, one of the comments reads that, “Another indication of our much anticipated take-off in visitor arrivals ,once our international Airport is commissioned in 2026.On the right track indeed! Time to SHINE!”
Whereas, one of the other comment reads as, “Wow, the only country island in the Caribbean to make the list Dominica, up and running full speed ahead.”