Come for the dense forests, the numerous waterfalls and fast flowing rivers, the misty mountains, volcanic sand beaches and charming ramshackle villages. Dominica offers a unique Caribbean experience, essentially appealing to the adventurous eco-influenced traveller, with a variety of trekking opportunities, bird watching, whilst at sea you have whale watching and some of the best diving in the region.
The Fort Young hotel is built on the site of the original French fort, dating back to 1720. The Fort Young hotel is located on the edge of the capital, Roseau, directly facing the water front. The international airport at Melville Hall is a scenic cross island transfer of 70 minutes. The Ferry Terminal with boats from the neighbouring French Islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique, as well as St Lucia, is 3 minutes taxi.
Rosalie Bay Resort is a delightful eco-boutique resort that really captures the style of Dominica. Authentic Caribbean design influences with gingerbread style rooms & suites. Set within a dramatic location, where the Rosalie River meets the Atlantic Ocean on the east coast. It is all wonderfully simple and relaxed. Melville Hall Airport is an hour drive, and the ramshackle island capital of Roseau is 50 minutes.
Secret Bay Dominica is a real hide and chic retreat. Eco influenced in its design and concept, perfectly at one with the natural beauty of Dominica. Perched dramatically on a cliff top with incredible views of the bay below and the neighbouring islands, just 2 miles south of the little town of Portsmouth on the North West coast. The airport is 45 minutes scenic drive across the north coast and the island capital, Roseau, with its French Creole charm, is 40 minutes down the west coast. The property is unique in its diversity: two swimming beaches – one reached by steep pathway the other by a 5 minute kayak ride, a river and a sea cave are all close by.