Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the Kalinago Territory?
The Kalinago Territory is located on the north-eastern coast of Dominica. See our Maps page for more information.
What is the Carib Territoy?
In 1763, the British gained full control of Dominica and the Kalinagos were given 232 acres of mountainous and rocky shoreline in Salybia. In 1903, the amount of land was expanded to 3700 acres and was called the Carib Reserve; in addition the Carib Chief was officially recognized. The name was later changed to Carib Territory. Read more on our History page.
What activities are available in the Kalinago Territory?
There is so much to do in the Kalinago Territory! Experience the lifeways and traditions of Dominica’s indigenous people. Learn abut traditional craft making, hike to beautiful waterfalls or scenic vistas, taste traditional Kalinago cuisine, or spend a few nights in a Kalinago Homestay. Read more on our What to Do page.
Where can I see cultural performances?
The Kalinago Barana Autê offers cultural performances upon prior request or to groups with a minimum of thirty (30) persons. Read more about KBA.
Are guided tours of the Kalinago Territory available?
Yes, guided tours are avaiable with Kalingo guides. Contact us to make your tour bookings.
Should you have any additional questions, please contact us.