Five Reasons to Visit Dominica Now

To celebrate Dominica’s inspiring story, we’ve outlined five reasons why you should visit with us now, as told by those who have experienced first-hand all that the Nature Island has to offer.

1. Engaging and Ethical Travel

“Visitors come here for small-scale resorts in quiet floral settings, and plantain chips served en plein air with grilled fresh mahi on a banana leaf. Some might even come because they’ve heard this billed as one of the world’s 10 best ethical travel destinations, an annual list compiled by the nonprofit group Ethical Traveler. Even more, they come for better odds of engagement with the place itself, instead of pool decks and passivity.” – The Washington Post

Rosalie Bay Resort, Dominica

2. Ultimate Hiking

“Dominica’s Waitukubuli Trail is the Caribbean’s ultimate hiking adventure. The full run extends 115 miles from the island’s extreme northern shores all the way to Scotts Head in the South. The genius of Waitukubuli, though, is its set up – a winding series of 14 formerly disparate old trails now connected as one. This allows short-stay adventurers to pick a full or partial segment and enjoy a small taste of the Waitukubuli experience.” – Uncommon Caribbean

Hiking on the Nature Island
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3. Beautiful Beaches

Beyond our black sand beach where endangered sea turtles nest and hatch are charming beaches. “One of the prime sandy hot spots among locals and visitors alike, Mero Beach satiates completely, both in terms of its cool, calm waters and its handful of charming seaside bars and restaurants.” – Uncommon Caribbean

Black Sand Beaches in Dominica
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4. Award-winning Adventure

As chosen by readers of USA TODAY and 10Best, Dominica was honored among the 10 Best Caribbean Destinations for Adventure. “Dominica is one of the Caribbean’s most unspoiled spots, which means rampant opportunity for adventure in the wilderness. Hiking is big on the island, an island lush with waterfalls, a ‘boiling’ lake, warm springs and protected subtropical forest. In addition, adventurers can revel in superlative snorkeling and diving, whale watching and other on-the-water activities.” – USA TODAY

Adventure Travel - Rosalie Bay Resort
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5. Special Savings in Dominica

With 25% savings on 5 nights, our special offering is calling your name. Our charming and eco-conscious property is simply magical.

Rosalie Bay Resort

We would love to welcome you soon to Rosalie Bay Resort. For more information, please contact us.


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