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Accommodation & Hotels in Dominica

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Much of the accommodation on the island is outside the towns.

  • CalibishieCove:. Luxurious suites with stunning views of the sea, red rock islands, coastline and beaches. The penthouse has a saline pool overlooking Treasure Island and a rooftop balcony overlooking the incredible east coast. All suites are stylish and each has a different view of the coastline.
  • Jungle Bay Resort & Spa. Choose one of the 35 treetop cottages at this “barefoot luxury” resort. Try the popular “Jungle Spa Adventure Package” at the best price! CLOSED UNTIL END OF 2018.
  • CalibishieLodges. Located on a hill above the beach. Pool, gardens and restaurant. 80-130 USD.
  • Veranda View A small guest house in the northern part of the island, Veranda View is a great base for touring the island. The guest house is located 15 minutes from Melville Hall Airport and is easy to find on the main road of Calibishie.
  • Pointe BaptisteVillaandCottage. Historic wooden cottages on a 25 acre property near Calibishie with lush coastal forest, landscaped gardens, 2 beaches and numerous coves, wildlife. Organic fruit, vegetables and herbs grown on the property.
  • 3 Rivers Eco Lodge. It offers individual cottages, dormitory accommodation, tent rentals as well as a bamboo tree house and two traditional Caribbean jungle huts made from local, sustainable materials. The tree house and jungle huts are about a 15-minute walk through the rainforest on the property.
  • Beau Rive. The rooms are large and airy and offer stunning views of the cliffs of the Carib Territory. Mark, the owner, is a charming host and points out some of the lesser-known attractions nearby. Ideal for independent travellers with a vehicle. The food and atmosphere in the dining room are impeccable and reflect the owner’s cosmopolitan background.
  • Nature Island Eco-village, probably the most affordable travel option. For adventure travellers only. The site is only accessible on foot, including a river ford or cable car. In some cases, a work exchange can be arranged to cover the cost of the stay.
  • Nature Island Eco-village Offers a practical course in subsistence farming, organic farming and permaculture principles.
  • Sunset Bay Club & Seaside Dive Resort, Batalie Beach, Coulibistrie, +1 767-446-6522. Arrival: 2pm, Departure: 12pm. Sunset Bay Club is a comfortable beachfront hotel with 8 standard double rooms, 4 standard quad rooms and 1 self-contained suite, nestled in our lush tropical gardens. We offer an on-site restaurant, bar, dive centre, swimming pool and sauna. You can choose between an all-inclusive or a breakfast package, according to your needs. Experience a peaceful and relaxing holiday.
  • Castle Comfort Sea View Villas. Spacious holiday home, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, large balcony with Caribbean view, combined living and dining room, separate games room. Up the hill from Castle Comfort and Anchorage dive resorts and several restaurants. On almost half an acre of land with bananas, pineapples, mangoes and many other fruits (in season). 10 minutes from Roseau town centre. TV and internet access. The futon can accommodate two more people.
  • ManicouRiver Eco Resort, Everton Hall Estate (turn right at Poonkies Restaurant, Tanetane), +1 767 616 8903. Arrival: 1pm, Departure: 11am. Manicou River Eco Resort 99.00.
  • Serenity Lodges Dominica, Concord (Marigot), +1 7672855739. Arrival: 3pm, Departure: 12pm. This beautiful mountain view lodge offers affordable accommodation in a natural setting. Perfect for birdwatchers and nature lovers. It is also suitable for those seeking a private, personal experience. Meals are mostly organic and very tasty. The river pools are only a 2 minute walk away. Nature walks, shopping and water sports centres are not far away. Spanish, English and French are spoken. 37USD at.

How To Travel To Dominica

By air There are two airports in Dominica, Melville Hall (DOM) and Canefield (DCF). Most commercial flights land at Melville Hall. However, the airport cannot accommodate jet aircraft. Night landings have been permitted since early October 2010, but many airlines have not yet adjusted their routes to accommodate the additional...

How To Travel Around Dominica

When it comes to freedom of movement and exploration, a car can be invaluable. Although the island is small, its narrow winding mountain roads make for a relatively long drive and a breathtaking experience. Driving is on the left-hand side of the road and there are several car rental...

Destinations in Dominica

Regions in Dominica Administrative areas. 10 parishes: St. Andrew, St. David, St. George, St. John, St. Joseph, St. Luke, St. Mark, St. Patrick, St. Paul, St. Peter. Cities in Dominica Roseau - CapitalPortsmouth - the second largest city in Dominica. Ross University, a major American medical school, is nearby.Scott's Head - A...

Things To Do in Dominica

Snorkelling is particularly good at Champagne, south of Roseau, and at Scott's Head. Diving, water skiing, jet skiing, kayaking and other water sports are also available. Note that kayaking or canoeing offers an alternative to the sea and allows you to explore Dominica's rivers and inland waters. Whale and dolphin...

Food & Drinks in Dominica

Freshly squeezed grapefruit is ubiquitous and a perfect accompaniment to any meal. Coconut water is cheap and readily available by the roadside. Another local speciality is sorrel. This refreshing red drink is made from the flowers of a type of hibiscus that is also found in Jamaica. The most...

Money & Shopping in Dominica

The best local handicrafts are the baskets made by the Caribs. The earthy colours are created by burying the fibres in the soil for varying lengths of time. American citizens (and probably others) should make sure that the materials they are made of allow them to be taken home. Dominica...

Festivals & Holidays in Dominica

DateName1 JanuaryNew Year's DayFebruary or MarchCarnival MondayMarch or AprilGood Friday1st Monday in MayLabour DayMay or JuneWhit Monday1st Monday in AugustEmancipation Day3 NovemberIndependence Day4 NovemberCommunity Service Day25 DecemberChristmas Day26 DecemberBoxing Day

Internet & Communications in Dominica

The area code is 767 on the North American network. Digicel is a local mobile phone provider offering prepaid tariffs for short-term visitors. Cable & Wireless and Orange also offer mobile phone services.

History Of Dominica

Dominica was the last of the Caribbean islands to be settled by Europeans, mainly because of the fierce resistance of the indigenous Caribs. France ceded possession in 1763 to Great Britain, which made the island a colony in 1805. In 1980, two years after independence, Dominica's situation improved when...

Things To See in Dominica

This lush Caribbean island is not called the "Island of Nature" for nothing. Its magnificent tropical natural treasures are by far its main attraction. While other Caribbean destinations usually boast palm-fringed white beaches, Dominica shows a different side to the region. Head to the mountain village of Laudat and...

Culture Of Dominica

Dominica is home to a variety of population groups. Although historically inhabited by several indigenous tribes, it was occupied by the Arawak (Taino) and Carib (Kalinago) tribes when European settlers reached the island. "Massacre" is the name of a river that commemorates the murder of indigenous people by French...

Stay Safe & Healthy in Dominica

Stay Safe in Dominica Dominica is one of the safest places to travel in the region.There are no snakes or poisonous insects on Dominica. Take the usual safety precautions when travelling in Dominica. Although rare, petty crime tends to occur around Roseau. Elsewhere, the island is extremely safe. Stay Healthy in Dominica The...



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