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Dominica's Cabrits National Park is located on a peninsula in the northeast of the island. It is covered in dry forest and separated from the main isle by marshland, which attracts doves, herons and various migrating birds. Cabrits protects wetlands, tropical forest and coral reefs. There are hiking trails and English garrison named Fort Shirley. The park was established in 1986 and occupies 531 ha (1313 acres).
Cabrits is also an extinct volcano which was once its own isle, independent from mainland Dominica. Later, it was connected to the island by sweeping in of material from Prince Rupert Bay and Douglas Bay. The word "Cabrits" derives from "goat" (in French, Portuguese and Spanish) and is a reference to the domestic animal that had been native to Cabrits. Goats were introduced to the island by sailors, who set them free to grow, so that there would be meat when they returned.
Cabrits Resort Kempinski Dominica
The top-luxury Resort Kempinski in Cabrits Dominica is located along Douglas Bay beach and is surrounded by the National Park. Inaugurated in 2015, Resort Kempinski is the Cabrits' first approved by the Dominican government real estate project. It started with a minimum investment requirement of USD 220,000 per investor / business entity.
All foreign investors and their families also received Commonwealth of Dominica citizenship. Among the citizenship's main benefits are the generous tax regime (no tax for wealth, gift, inheritance, foreign income, capital gains) and the visa-free travel to 120+ countries (among which the UK, European Union, Hong Kong China, Singapore).