With the support of its world-leading Citizenship by Investment programme, the Caribbean island of Dominica is working on becoming the world's first climate-resilient nation.
Investing in shares in one of the oldest surviving estates in Dominica, now a 53-acre self-sufficient eco-friendly estate, will give you not just a return on investment, but also Dominican citizenship (second passport) and a safe secure and peaceful haven for yourself and your family should a second pandemic hit.
The Residences at Secret Bay, Dominica’s only six-star, award-winning, all-villa resort has completed construction on four new villas and is concurrently launching its Phase 2 sales, remaining true to its commitment to offering new citizenship investors buy-in of a ready villa.
Whether you have US$200,000 or US$1.5 million to spend, investment in a luxury, beach-front, sea-facing apartment or villa in the Tamarind Hills resort, one of Antigua & Barbuda's most successful CBI programme developments, will give you not just a tangible return on investment, but citizenship of this incredible Caribbean island (and an Antiguan passport).
When it comes to the Citizenship by Investment options on the global table, the Caribbean countries continue to lead the way offering affordable, fast, efficient and stable routes to second passport ownership. Couple this with global mobility, mainly Covid-free spaces, and an excellent quality of life, and it’s clear to see how these West Indies’ islands are giving other CBI countries a run for their money.
Global editors of National Geographic Travel have announced the 25 destinations they consider to be on the rise for 2021 across five areas, including Adventure, Culture and History, Nature, Family and Sustainability, with the Caribbean island of Dominica (aka the 'nature isle') selected for its adventure tourism that has simultaneously helped to fuel its climate resiliency.
The first-ever real estate project approved by Dominica’s world-leading Citizenship by Investment programme, the Cabrits Resort & Spa Kempinski Dominica has been awarded top spot in the inaugural World MICE Awards, the global initiative to recognise and reward excellence in the meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MICE) industry.
The Caribbean island of Antigua & Barbuda, which runs a successful citizenship by investment programme that includes the option of investment in eco-friendly resorts, has been named 2021’s Emerging Sustainable Destination of the Year in global travel authority Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel Awards 2021.
Ranked as the fourth happiest country in the world, remote South Pacific island Vanuatu combines high levels of wellbeing with a low carbon footprint and a culture of inclusion, and it’s one of the last places on Earth with no confirmed Covid cases. And for just US$130,000, foreigners can become citizens in just 45 days. So why wouldn't you?
As Dominica continues to build its luxury hotel eco-tourism sector and prioritises the building of its international airport, much of this funded by its successful Citizenship by Investment Programme, Caribbean Airlines begins regular flights for the first time between Barbados and Dominica, with four flights per week to run by mid-October.