If you're first time here, I would definitely recommend the Champagne Reef snorkel excursion.
At the port, you board a boat that takes you to a reef that's just off-shore. What makes it so spectacular of an exursion is there is an active volcano on the very edge of the island right at the reef. In essence, oxygen from beneath the sea floor keeps being pushed up through the earth and millions of little tiny bubbles percolate to the surface all around you. It really does have a somewhat of a perception that you are swimming in a giant glass of champagne.
On top of that, the oxygen is warm from the earthen heat, so it is almost hot-tub like.
The icing on the cake is that the reef is home to an incredible amount of brillantly colored tropical fish ranging in size from an inch to two feet. Stunningly beautiful.
There are very helpful guides that get in the water with you and point out interesting fish and formations; after awhile most people break off from the guide(s) and explore the reef on their own.
On the way back to the port, they serve the quintessential rum punch to help you bask in the delight of the perfect day you just had.
We went on a Pools and Falls tour. Saw the two major sights of Dominica, Trafalgar Falls and the Emerald Pools. They are simply beautiful, no other word would do it justice. Dominica is a tropical rainforest so everything is very green and lush. Our tablemates did the champagne springs snorkeling and loved it, if we go back at any point we will be doing that.
Yes , some of the island tours stop in the Carib Village.
After doing the tour mentioned above that takes in many sights including Trafalger Falls and Emerald pool, we got back on the ship and got in an elvator with two blue haired older women. One woman was complaining to the other, " I will have to get my hair redone now, NO ONE TOLD ME IT WAS GOING TO BE RAINING IN THE RAIN FOREST".
To which just about everyone in the elevator replied in one fashion or another " Lady,
RAIN FOREST what did you think it was going to do".
The Wacky Rollers site describes their Jungafari tour through the Carib Territory, www.wackyrollers.com and I've seen other operators list the same thing, with pics of the natives, might have been AdventureDominica.com or www.kenshinterlandtours.com