How to Find an Apartment in Dominica

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Dominica (source: Wikimedia Commons)

Dominica is an island nation in the Lesser Antilles region of the Caribbean Sea. The official language is English.

Below is a selection of the best resources for searching for an apartment in Dominica.

Dominica Apartment Search Engines

When I’m looking for an apartment abroad, I normally like to start with the country-specific apartment search engines and portals. Here are the most popular ones.

  • DominicaGood, authoritative site that should be the first place you go to find apartments in Dominica.
  • A Virtual Dominica: Virtual Dominica is another long list of links.

General Apartment and Housing Search Engines

If you have already exhausted your options above, check out the general apartment and housing search engines below.

  • Trip Advisor: Trip Advisor is a great destination for vacation rentals. Search around this site to see what you come up with.
  • HomeAway.comA giant in the vacation rental space with properties featured in countries around the world.
  • AirbnbAirbnb has properties displayed for over 185 countries.

If you are interested in working in this country, be sure to check out my article on how to find a job in Dominica as a foreigner. Enjoy your stay!

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Further Reading

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