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Eco tourism in Dominica can take many forms, it’s enjoyed or experienced in different ways, and affects visitors to the island in various ways.

In fact, the Very word “Ecotourism” brings different images to mind in different people. But for many, Dominica eco tourism brings to mind enjoying the island’s extraordinary biological diversity and it’s natural splendor.

Eco Lodges and Resorts in Dominica are committed to ecotourism, and it’s for that very same reason many of the resorts have sought to preserve the beautiful and fragile eco-system without sacrificing the enjoyment of the tourists.

Staying at a eco lodge or resort in Dominica, gives you the experience of the authentic rural practices, and you get the chance to learn about the about the island; little things you might just miss out on if you decide to stay at a hotel.

Ranging from the simple ones, affordable to low budget to the one that elite class prefers, there are wide variety of eco lodges in Dominica. Weather you are looking for the romantic honeymoon retreat, a relaxing getaway holiday, a family get together or a wilderness experience, the eco lodges in Dominica are appropriate for all.

Here is a list of Dominica’s top Eco-lodges and Resorts:

Jungle Bay Resort and Spa

Jungle Bay Resort and Spa, 35 rustic- luxury cottages are elevated on wooden posts amidst the coastal jungle canopy, overlooking the rugged Atlantic Ocean. The remote south- east coast of Dominica boasts a wide range of natural attractions and traditional Caribbean life at its purest. Jungle Bay is an ideal setting for adventure travelers, group retreats, weddings and honeymoons.

The New York Times Hails Jungle Bay as ” Unique…Rustic Luxe, the Wall Street Journal says”…something no eco-conscious travler should miss!

Rosalie Forest Eco Lodge

Nestled deep in the heart of the Rosalie rainforest, in the mountains at the back of 3 Rivers Eco Lodge. Rosalie Forest Eco Lodge is probably the most unusual/extreme holiday accommodation in Dominica; Offering total seclusion, we offer a choice of natural and rustic jungle lodges.definitely not for the faint-hearted!

Papillote Wilderness Retreat

Opened in 1969, Papillote Wilderness Retreat lays claim to being the first eco-lodge in Dominica. Situated about 5 miles above Roseau, Papillote is set amidst a lush botanical garden with gently flowing streams and hot mineral pools.

Beau Rive

Beau Rive is settled comfortably amid three acres of tropical gardens and forest on the banks of its namesake and the Richmond River, with a dramatic view of the ever-crashing waves at Anse Francais and Wakaman Point. The 10 ocean-view double rooms feature queen-sized beds, a private shower, and a veranda.

Cocoa Cottages

Cocoa Cottages, a rustic 6-bedroom eco-sensitive resort designed to be in harmony with the surrounding environment nestled in Dominica’s most beautiful rainforest. Cocoa Cottage is a tranquil utopia, 4 miles from Roseau the capital, but a world apart!

Calilisbie Lodges

Located on the north coast of the island Dominica, Calibishie Lodges Hotel is a charming retreat, built in a typical Caribbean style, and is one of the best Dominica island hotels.Ideal for honeymooners, Calibishie Lodges offers an exotic Caribbean accommodation, where you can simply relax and enjoy nature’s tranquility.where you can simply relax and enjoy nature’s tranquility.

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