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News from Rosalie Bay Dominica

2022 Turtle Predictions

Turtle season is in full swing here at Rosalie Bay Eco Resort on the Nature Island of Dominica. There have already been many nests laid, and the Nature Enhancement Team (NET) is busy keeping the nests safe to ensure as many tiny turtles hatch and make it to sea.

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WATO Drums & Fire

On April 30, 2022 from 12 to 7 pm, is an outdoor cooking and drums experience at Rosalie Bay that you won’t want to miss! The name ‘WATO’ derives from the Kalinago language and translates to ‘fire’. Participants of this […]

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Welcoming Nyanda, our new Executive Chef

Most know her as Chef Nyanda recognized for her innovation of authentic Creole Caribbean cuisine. Creative, daring, whimsical and 100% out of the box. There is no limit to her creative ideas and in her own words “It comes from […]

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Turtles in 2020

The turtles came! 2020 was expected to be Rosalie Bay’s big return after a massive rebuilding project. As it turned out, COVID-19 took over, the resort and the rest of the country was on lockdown, but the turtles continued their […]

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Labyrinth: A peaceful escape

Amid the wilds of the Caribbean’s Nature Island, you’ll find peace at our wellness resort. For the ultimate tranquility, you can visit our meditative labyrinth. This peaceful oasis is the perfect spot to meditate, reflect and transform. Breathe… Relax… Let […]

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Rosalie Bay Resort Named Among “World’s Best” by Travel + Leisure

Much to everyone’s delight, Rosalie Bay Resort is celebrating its debut appearance on the highly prestigious World’s Best list by Travel + Leisure magazine. In the Travel + Leisure 2017 World’s Best Awards readers’ survey, our eco-wellness resort is ranked […]

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Rosalie Bay Introduces 5 New Spa Treatments

After a day of hiking and adventures, opt for a soothing treatment at Gló Spa. Situated along the peaceful Rosalie River, Gló  Spa offers relaxing and rejuvenating treatments from head to toe using the highest quality natural skin care products […]

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Jasmine Kouly’s Hurricane Maria Experience

A Caribbean Connection Jasmine Kouly lives on St. Lucia, a neighboring island of Dominica. She is the Training Director for Pineapple Hospitality Services and had been hired by Rosalie Bay Resort for a 4-week training role, scheduled to begin Sept. 30, 2017. […]

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Sharnica Piper’s Hurricane Maria Experience

Sharnica Piper, a Dominica native, moved to the nearby island of Nevis in October 2015. She is currently working as part of the Front Desk team at Nisbet Plantation hotel. When relocating to Nevis, she left behind many friends and family in […]

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Judy Joyce’s Hurricane Maria Experience

In just 15 hours, Hurricane Maria went from a feisty Category 1 to a disastrous, life-altering Category 5 storm. With this rapid development, not everyone was tuned into the extreme danger heading to Dominica. This included Rosalie Bay Resort Activities […]

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