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We went to the Barana Aute to learn more about the Kalinago which I am very interested in. We bought a ticket and asked for a map. We were told there was no map to give out, but we could use the one on the...More
Definitely worth a visit. A guide explains about the history of Dominican people and shows you around the land explaining how the tribes still live. There is an opportunity to buy local hand made crafts at very reasonable prices. Lovely opportunity to support the tribes.
The Kalinago Barana Aute is a purpose-built attraction which takes its visitors back in time to a typical Kalinago settlement. This open museum explores the lifestyles of the Kalinago people by allowing visitors to experience the way this indigenous tribe lived.The attraction reflects the heritage,...More
Did you know that the some of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies were filmed here, and some places like this vilage were used as reference to recreate some scenes. Well it is a great experience to see this place.
while i had the luxury of spending several days on the island of dominica, even those visiting the island for a more limited time should strongly consider taking a couple of hours to visit kalinago barana aute, the carib village by the sea.
We stopped by here on our way to the airport. We were the only group in attendance and hence had the tour guide to ourselves. It was interesting to learn about how the Kalinago people moved across the islands in the Carribbean and learn about...More
We travelled to the Kalinagi Barana Auté recently and did the tour and watched the dance performance.
Our guide was patient and well informed, though soft spoken and at times difficult to hear. Much of the historical presentation was not new to me, as I...More