Rosalie Bay Resort Celebrates Earth Day 2017

Saturday, April 22 is Earth Day! We are joining this global celebration to protect Dominica’s beautiful landscape and precious environment. Guests, island visitors and locals are invited to participate in our clean-up event this Saturday. River Blessing at Rosalie Bay Resort’s Gazebo (10 am): To begin the day, we will bless the river and provide […]

6 Keys to Conservation

Currently, six of the seven sea turtle species are classified worldwide as threatened or endangered. At Rosalie Bay, we believe in turning obstacles into opportunities and strive to conserve the sea turtle population. Every year, we welcome three species of endangered turtles to our black sand beach and take extreme care to respect their natural […]

Rosalie Bay Welcomes CHC Nexus

For some, Rosalie Bay can be an thrilling, eco-friendly vacation destination. For others, our wellness resort is a place of education and field-learning. We love welcoming students from local classes as well as international programs to visit Rosalie Bay and immerse themselves in a world of nature, energy conservation, turtle protection and environmental initiatives. Cape Henry Collegiate’s Nexus Global Studies […]

“Shellebrating” World Turtle Day

On World Turtle Day, we had a simply magical time sharing our passion for turtles with the community. NET (Nature Enhancement Team) Director, Simon George, and Rosalie Bay Activities Coordinator, Judy Joyce, visited two local primary schools on Monday. The duo began with an overview on their relationship with sea turtles and the environment. Then, […]

Earth Day 2016 at Rosalie Bay Resort

Friday, April 22 is Earth Day, and we’re gearing up for a celebration of our environmental treasures! For its 46th year, the world will join forces to celebrate the Earth’s natural beauty and valuable resources. While Earth Day is one of our favorite days of the year, we understand it’s more than a single event—it’s […]

Family Fun Day: Dive Fest 2015

Rosalie Bay Resort is proud to participate in Dive Fest, an annual on-island event to promote Dominica’s marine environment and responsible tourism. Each year, we host “Family Fun Day” at our eco-resort and invite guests and the community to join in the fun. Here are a few of our favorite moments from this year’s event. […]

Earth Day 2015: Stewards of Sea Turtles

We are delighted to report that we were joined by 60 volunteers for our Earth Day 2015 beach clean-up at Rosalie Bay. The group of volunteers, double in size from last year’s event, cleared our black sand beach for a successful sea turtle season. Saving Sea Turtles Natural debris and excess sargassum seaweed can hinder sea turtles from nesting on our […]

Where in the World is Jeanie?

Did you know? Leatherbacks are the largest sea turtles and travel up to 20,000 km a year. The gentle giants come to our shore each year to nest from March through August before returning to sea. So, where do they go next? Tracking Turtles Last year Dominica Sea Turtle Conservation Organization Inc. (DomSeTCO), in collaboration with Rosalie […]

Earth Day 2015 at Rosalie Bay Resort

365 days of the year, Rosalie Bay Resort is a proud steward of the Earth, respecting and protecting its precious natural beauty. Earth Day is one of our favorite days of the year – when the rest of the world celebrates in unison the beauty around us. Beach Clean-Up To celebrate, Rosalie Bay is organizing a beach […]

Climbing for Coconut

Coconut palm trees are abundant throughout the Caribbean and grow naturally at our nature resort. Known as the “tree that gives all that is necessary for living” by the East Indians, coconut palms thrive in a tropical environment and produce their first fruit in six to ten years. Cutting Coconut Every two months, a member of our maintenance […]