“Tuning into Dominica” and Nature at Rosalie Bay

Caribbean expert Chelle Koster Walton discovered unspoiled beauty and abundance of nature on Dominica and at Rosalie Bay.

On BucketTripper.com, an award-winning online magazine focused on authentic travel experiences around the globe, Chelle shares her discoveries of the Nature Island and our eco-resort.

Chelle acknowledged our “effort to reflect the Dominican culture in every way- architecture, flora, staff, and cuisine included.” Adding, “When you are staying at Rosalie Bay eco-resort, you are effectively tasting all that’s delicious and ruggedly gorgeous about Dominica.”

She concluded, if experiencing “sea turtle sightings,” authentic “old Caribbean,” adventure and nature are on your bucket list, Dominica and Rosalie Bay are an ideal fit.

Read her full article, Tuning into Dominica at Rosalie Bay Eco-Resort.

Rosalie Bay Resort, courtesy of BucketTripper.comBlack sand beach at Rosalie Bay Resort on Dominica, courtesy of BucketTripper.com

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