Last update 13 July 2018Diplomatic missions
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Commonwealth of Dominica
Currently the Republic of Bulgaria does not have an embassy in Dominica. The closest Bulgarian embassy is in Havana, The Republic of Cuba.
Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria to the Republic of Cuba
Address: Calle "B" № 252, Entre 11 y 13, Vedado, Ciudad de La Habana, PC:10400
Telephone: +53 7 833 31 25; +53 7 833 31 26
For further information you may contact:
Embassy of Dominica in Brussels, Belgium
Address: 12, Avenue Bel Air, Brussel, Belgium
Telephone: +32 2 234 649 35
Fax: +32 2 346 5152
Embassy of Dominica in London Great Britain
Address: 1, Collingham Gardens, London, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 20 737 051 945
Fax: +44 20 737 387 43
Embassy of Dominica in Paris, France
Address: 45 Rue De Courcelles, Paris, France
Тelephone: +33 1 535 395 95
Fax: +33 1 456335 63
East CaribbeanDollar (XCD)
1 USD = 2.70 XCD
The last Caribbean island, colonized by the Europeans, partly due to the island topography and the severe resistance of the local Indians.
Approximately 3000 Caribbean descendants still inhabit the island today.
Great Britain establishes control in 1763, and in 1805 Dominica becomes a colony.
Independence is achieved in 1978.
The island is covered with thick green jungle, occasionally interrupted by sharp volcanic peaks, lakes, rivers, hot springs and waterfalls. There is a rich variety of vegetation and animals.
Dominica is a popular cruise destination and an attraction for tourist and nature enthusiasts. Ocean reefs attract divers from all over the world.
The official language is English, however, a large part of the population speaks French too.
Crime and security
Public security level is one of the highest in the region.
It is considered a crime in the country if anyone, even children, wears camouflage clothes and bags.
Vehicles move on the left side of the road.
Tourists wishing to drive in Dominica should first obtain a local driving licence by presenting a valid national driving licence and paying a fee of USD 12. This driving permit is valid for one month.
The hurricane season is from June to November, and Dominica is in a region directly vulnerable to the hurricanes.
Travel papers and visas
A passport with validity for the duration of the stay is required.
For tourist visits of up to 21 days no visa is required.
Return ticket or ticket for continuing the trip is required.
The telephone number for emergencies is 999.
Certification and Legalisation
Bulgaria and Dominica are parties under the Hague Convention on the abolishment of the requirement for legalisation of foreign public documents dated 1961. Thus, the documents/deeds comprised in each of the two countries shall be provided with a seal – “Apostille” of the relevant Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well as translated and verified under the relevant order, to serve in front of the competent authorities of the other country.
Emergency Travel Document
In emergency events – (lost passport), Bulgarian nationals may seek assistance on the spot from the diplomatic representation of an EU member-state for the issue of an Emergency Travel Document.
Contact can be made with:
Embassy of Belgium in Roseau, Dominica
Address: Hanover Street, 20 - Roseau, P.O. Box 79 - Roseau - Dominica
Telephone: +1 767 448 20 96; +1 767 448 21 67; +1 767 448 30 12
Fax: +1 767 448 68 08
Exit fee (for all travellers over 12 years of age) - XCD 55.00 (about USD 21.00)
Issue of local driving licence – USD 12.00