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Everything You Need To Know For The Best Vacation In Dominica

Dominica is ‘eco to the bone’. The name ‘Nature Island’ truly befits this emerald paradise of immaculate wood and immense waters.

From some of the highest mountains in the Caribbean to its majestic rivers – all 365 of them – Dominica is a naturalist paradise.

Live Life In Nature

I lived in Dominica and have taken away memories to last a lifetime. I can confirm that Dominica is an amazing place to live, work and play.

A Destination for the Nature Lovers

Dominica is ideal for the well-healed nature-seekers as well as for those who would like to work-live-holiday-play. From whale-watching and diving to hiking, Dominica has more natural attractions per square kilometre than most places in the world. Dominica’s natural food, the people and its history are all out of this world.

Adventure Awaits In Dominica

Visit Kalinago, where the ‘Original Peoples’ of the Caribbean still live in their territory. And if you are into music and culture, Dominica’s World Creole Festival is not to be missed. Eat fresh, local and organic; and try some of the vegan and vegetarian options too.

Here are our Top Picks for Hotels in Dominica

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Jungle Bay Resort Dominica

Overlooking the Caribbean Sea is Jungle Bay Resort, an ecolodge mere distance away from Boiling Lake in Morne Trois Pitons National Park, and Canefield Airport.

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Fort Young Hotel

Nature & Luxury. Fort Young Hotel & Dive Resort located on the coastline of Dominica, in the capital of Roseau provides an all-inclusive Caribbean experience.

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Cabrits Resort

Dominica’s hidden gem. Cabrits Resort & spa is surrounded by Cabrits National Park and the sparkling Caribbean Sea.

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Rosalie Bay Eco-Resort, Dominica

An eco-boutique resort nestled in the foothills of the Morne Trois Pitons where the Rosalie River meets the Atlantic Ocean.

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Wanderlust Caribbean Boutique Hotel

Ideal for nature lovers, adventurers and explorers. Experience all that Dominica has to offer while staying at this boutique Caribbean hotel.

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Here are Our Top Picks for Vacation Villas in Dominica

Luxury Ocean View Villa in Picard

Perched on the edge of the Northern Rainforest, view the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean and all of Dominica’s natural beauty in a luxurious setting.

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Villa Vista – Dominica

A peaceful and private villa located on Calibishie, Dominica, offering views of Hodges Bay, the Atlantic Ocean, and the volcanic red rock coastline.

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Pagua Bay House – Dominica

A tranquil, and luxury boutique hotel overlooking the calming and stunning Pagua Bay in Marigot, Dominica. Enjoy free WIFI, parking and breakfast.

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Secret Bay – Dominica

Ten (10) stunning and peaceful villas provide a 180-degree view over the mountain peaks of Dominica and the Caribbean Sea. Explore and Enjoy.

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Here are Our Top Picks for Eco-Friendly Resorts in Dominica

Jungle Bay Resort Dominica

Overlooking the Caribbean Sea is Jungle Bay Resort, an ecolodge mere distance away from Boiling Lake in Morne Trois Pitons National Park, and Canefield Airport.

 34 total views

Rosalie Bay Eco-Resort, Dominica

An eco-boutique resort nestled in the foothills of the Morne Trois Pitons where the Rosalie River meets the Atlantic Ocean.

 61 total views

Cocoa Cottages, Dominica

Sitting on an acre of land, Cocoa Cottage has beautiful gardens full of fresh produce, all guest accessible and all used in meal preparations.

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Here are Our Top Picks for Bed & Breakfast Accommodations in Dominica

Jungle Bay Resort Dominica

Overlooking the Caribbean Sea is Jungle Bay Resort, an ecolodge mere distance away from Boiling Lake in Morne Trois Pitons National Park, and Canefield Airport.

 34 total views

Rosalie Bay Eco-Resort, Dominica

An eco-boutique resort nestled in the foothills of the Morne Trois Pitons where the Rosalie River meets the Atlantic Ocean.

 61 total views

Cocoa Cottages, Dominica

Sitting on an acre of land, Cocoa Cottage has beautiful gardens full of fresh produce, all guest accessible and all used in meal preparations.

 54 total views

Calibishie Cove, Dominica

Open spaced bedrooms offer exceptional views of the Caribbean sea. Guests have access to free Wi-Fi and free daily continental breakfast.

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Here are Our Top Picks for Destination Weddings in Dominica

Jungle Bay Resort Dominica

Overlooking the Caribbean Sea is Jungle Bay Resort, an ecolodge mere distance away from Boiling Lake in Morne Trois Pitons National Park, and Canefield Airport.

 34 total views

Fort Young Hotel

Nature & Luxury. Fort Young Hotel & Dive Resort located on the coastline of Dominica, in the capital of Roseau provides an all-inclusive Caribbean experience.

 35 total views

Cabrits Resort

Dominica’s hidden gem. Cabrits Resort & spa is surrounded by Cabrits National Park and the sparkling Caribbean Sea.

 53 total views

Getting to Dominica

From the United States/Canada take a direct American Airlines flight from Miami International Airport.  American Airlines, Delta and JetBlue have codeshare agreements with Silver Airways, making your trip as simple and easy as possible.

From Europe, international flights connect through hubs in Antigua (ANU), Barbados (BGI), Martinique (FDF), St. Maarten (SXM), Puerto Rico (SJU), Guadeloupe (PTP), St. Lucia (SLU), and Trinidad (POS).

If you’re already in the Caribbean, you can fly to Dominica from several other islands aboard LIAT. The little airline flies nonstop from St. Lucia, daily from Antigua, and daily from Barbados. There is one flight daily, but with a stopover, from the islands of St. Kitts, St. Maarten, St. Vincent, Tortola (B.V.I.), and Trinidad.

By Boat – The L’Express, sailing from the French West Indies, runs between Guadeloupe in the north to Martinique in the south; Dominica is a stop along the way. Departures are 6 days a week. For schedule information, contact Whitchurch Travel, 5 Great Marlborough St., Roseau. A one-way fare costs $25.

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