19 Comments on "Dominica’s Carib Indians and tourism"

  1. elfi isiskristall | November 14, 2010 at 8:39 pm | Reply

    wow….soooooo beautiful, magic mystic natural…!

  2. LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Im from Trinidad, my grandpa was carib :). I wished we had more Carib

  4. runtofthelitter120 | August 20, 2011 at 3:05 pm | Reply

    @8324345497 i know u wrote that a year ago but true dat bro/sis 😀

  5. we are all the true isaelites…..people research your true history the
    truth is out here just find it

  6. The original caribi indians was cannibals ,so be carefull if they invite
    you to lunch.

  7. Khemistry101 | July 28, 2012 at 5:07 pm | Reply

    It is nice to see the thriving descendents of the Caribs that Columbus was
    not able to exterminate.

  8. The look to have been admixed with slave blood.

  9. They look part negro

  10. thriving? >_> 3 thousand is not thriving. it is barely surviving and could
    go extinct.

  11. thriving? >_> 3 thousand is not thriving. it is barely surviving and could
    go extinct. They already look genetically compromised with a large dose of
    african blood. : /

  12. ThaCerealKilla | March 30, 2013 at 1:41 pm | Reply

    lol bam bam

  13. Clearly there is a difference between the native Indigenous culture of
    Dominica and the imported African culture and African people on the island.
    How do the original native peoples fare in the political climate of the
    Island? Are there native Indigenous schools? etc seeing as the islands
    original native peoples the Kalinago are still very much alive. s thier
    culturem,,people and beliefs respected.

  14. yes i Love it

  15. Danielle D'CARIB Greenaway | October 7, 2013 at 6:27 pm | Reply

    I can say that I am part of carib blood, because my mom is half carib and
    her mom came from the carib reserve. I travel with my singing name
    “D’CARIB”, representing my background down the line.

  16. Malik Myers (Big Leak Beats) | December 7, 2014 at 7:05 pm | Reply

    DAN tribe Shalom

  17. They were not cannibals! It is a big lie, which was fabricated by Columbus
    and the Spanish to justify their killing! Just think about it, why should
    they eat humans? They have many good things to eat on those Islands! They
    never use human meat as a staple food! Only in war, they cut some part of
    their slain enemies and maybe eat! It was in accordance within their
    ancient warrior tradition, which their chief allowed them. It is documented
    in many wars even in Europe and elshewere! You should read a relevant
    literature about their history, such as: Wild Majesty written by Hulme.

  18. Caribs are a beautiful and good looking people with a unique culture which
    they preserved over thousands of years!

  19. It is really a tragical faith what happened to them! They had been nearly
    exterminated, which are close to genocide! Every human being must left
    their trace on this earth!

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