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Purely Dominica

Purely Dominica

Update: Since I last posted this information about the different Eco-Escape Resorts and Adventure Tours in Dominica. Many Travel and Adventure publications have reviewed Dominica in their magazines and different Eco travel website. Dominica is slowly becoming one the top eco-tourism destination in the world. So are you in need of abit adventure, come discover Dominica and defy the everyday.

Here are some of the Eco-Resorts and Adventure Tours I strongly recommend that everyone should experience on the island.

Jungle Bay Resort & Spa

Since opening in March of 2005 Jungle Bay has attracted travel writers from many leading publications such as Healing Lifestyles & Spas Magazine, Outside Magazine and Men’s Journal.

The project’s overall concept, architectural design & planning, construction techniques and operating philosophy were the brainchild of Samuel (Sam) Raphael. Jungle is base on a principle of fostering social and economic development in a developing rural economy while preserving and enhancing the culture and the natural environment. Jungle Bay site was purchased in 1997 and entails 55 acres of beautiful scenery. The architectural design, permitting and project financing phase lasted until August 2000 when physical construction began. Jungle Bay is truly an Eco traveler’s paradise and an Exotic getaway. Not only to tourist, but also Dominican nationals as well. For this reason Dominica weekly gives Jungle Bay four thumbs up. On site/ Off Site Activities -Yoga – Spa Treatments – Mountain Biking – Snorkeling – Sea Kayaking – Hiking Wedding Escape and Honeymoon Escape packages are available.

There are some other great Eco Resorts and Adventure Tours in Dominica.

Papillote wilderness Retreat

Description:A small secluded Inn perched at the head of a sun-filled valley on a verdant mountain slope in the heart of Dominica’s rainforest wilderness

Location: Trafalgar – Near the Trafalgar Falls
Tel: 767 448 2287
Email: [email protected]

3 Rivers Eco Lodge

3 Rivers is a small Green Globe certified eco lodge set in a lush rainforest valley, surrounded by pristine rivers, in unspoiled eastern Dominica.

Location: Newfoundland Estates, Rosalie
Tel: 767 446 1886
Email: [email protected]

Habitation Chabert- Now known as the Silks Hotel

An authentic 17th century mansion tucked away in Tropical grounds with luxuriant and well tended vegetation, lulled by the murmurings of the Pagua River and the Pagua Bay, rustling of the travelers’ trees, the river and the pool provides a haven of peace and coolness.

Location: Hatton Garden, Marigot
Tel: 767 445 8846
Email: [email protected]

Adventure Tours

Rain Forest Aerial Trams

Eco-adventure Tours, Birding, Eco –Learning, Aerials Tram Rides

Office: #4 castle Street, 1st floor, Roseau, Dominica
Tel: 767 448 8775
Email: [email protected]

Wacky Rollers – Wave

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Office: #8 Fort Lane, Roseau, Dominica
Tel: 767 440 4386
Email: [email protected]

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Comment by Andrey
2006-08-03 19:36:35


Comment by Leo Dimilo
2008-03-20 15:23:40

Hi Chris,

I was curious as to whether there are any cool national parks there. I am supposed to head out there sometime in June and am looking to do a little birding there. Thanks for the response.

Comment by Chris
2008-03-21 00:06:36

Great question leo!

There is the Morne Trois Pitons National Park.

In 1998, UNESCO recognised the unique beauty and value of our Morne Trois Pitons National Park, and designated it a World Heritage Site.

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