Dominica

Visitors from the United States, Canada, Singapore and European Union nations are granted automatic visas on entry for up to 21 days with extensions available. Other nations should check with Dominica immigration before travelling.

By plane
By plane

There are two airports in Dominica, Douglas-Charles formerly known as Melville Hall IATA: DOM and Canefield DCF. Most commercial flights land at Douglas-Charles. However, the airport is not able to accommodate jet aircraft. Night Landing has been approved starting at the beginning of October 2010; however, many airlines have not yet adjusted their itineraries to accommodate the added landing hours. The island can be accessed through San Juan, Antigua, Barbados, St. Maarten, Martinique, Guadeloupe and other Caribbean hubs.

By ship
By ship

From Martinique and Guadeloupe ferries on most days of the week. Arrival in Roseau. (http://www.express-des-il...)

Cruise ships increasingly visit. A large pier serves many directly in front of the downtown area. If already occupied, ships dock at the industrial port about 1.5 miles away.