Dominica, Champagne Reef and Emerald Pool

A day long trip in Dominica. It started at Champagne Reef where the sea floor is venting hot air bubbles, then goes to the beautiful Emerald Pool. Lots to see on this island if you get out there.

8 Comments on "Dominica, Champagne Reef and Emerald Pool"

  1. I would love to find out what type of video camera you used these videos
    are beautiful!

  2. Michael Bernard | January 22, 2012 at 1:15 am | Reply

    @psoracco I think I used the Sony HVR-A1U for this video. For the
    underwater stuff I used the same camera with the Ikelite Underwater Housing
    which is designed for the camera. Thanks for the comments!

  3. Awesome video. This is the next place I’d like to visit. Your shots and
    music are great. Perfect editing

  4. Michael Bernard | March 14, 2013 at 7:09 pm | Reply

    Thanks! I totally recommend this place. It is beautiful and there is so
    much to see. What isn’t on this video is the Titou Gorge, a must do.

  5. is there always so many people there???

    • Michael Bernard | March 25, 2016 at 12:17 am | Reply

      I’d say only when cruise ships are in port. Everything dies down
      considerably when they leave.

    • Im hoping to go there in late june. Hoping it wont be cruise ship season.
      would you say its better to go on the morning before the mob shows up? when
      is the water actually blue-green?

    • Michael Bernard | March 25, 2016 at 12:50 am | Reply

      +X101Andy I was working on one of the ships, so I wouldn’t know. But ship
      tours start first thing in the morning. There are always some ships in the
      Caribbean all summer, but not as many after May, when lots move to either
      Alaska or Europe. Also, I don’t think Dominica is as common a destination,
      so I would guess June would be pretty quiet.

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