Roseau, Dominica: Dubbed “the Nature Island,” Dominica is home to extraordinary cuisine and different hotspots sites. Different from most of its Caribbean neighbours, the country is all about eco-tourism.
With a range of influences from many different cultures, the cuisine of Dominica is the unique blend of the French, Asian and African dishes. The cuisine offers most flavourful meals to tourists.
Besides this, Dominica is a perfect example of the eco-tourism and sustainability as its resorts fulfill all guidelines of the responsible tourism. It also provided perfect places where tourists can stay while spending their vacations
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- Fort young Hotel
Fort Young Hotel is also known as the Dive Resort and Heritage Hotel located on the Caribbean Sea. The hotel is the unique blend of the city, reef and rainforest. While providing unmatched access to the heart of the island, the hotel has the coveted oceanfront placement amidst Dominica’s vibrant capital- Roseau.
The hotel features the modern, boutique-style accommodations and peerless amenities which complete an idyllic Caribbean holiday.
- Jungle Bay Dominica
The Jungle Bay Dominica is nestled in a Garden of Eden and provides adventurous experience to the tourists. It helps in rejuvenation like none other. Jungle Bay Dominica ask people to immerse in the senses during the herbal tea tasting.
While hiking the Boiling Lake trail, Jungle Bay is the perfect place for the snorkelling Champagne reef and soaking in mineral springs. It also provides chance to the tourists to indulge in daily aromatherapy massages.
Jungle Bay is also all about the Caribbean cooking classes and unwind sunset yoga.
- Cocoa Cottage
Located in the heart of Roseau Valley, the Cocoa Cottage is the unique guesthouse on the beautiful Caribbean Island of Dominica. The tourists will have to take about a 10-minute drive from the capital city, Roseau. During the drive, the visitors experience the enhanced sites and views on the road to Trafalagar Falls and close to Morne Trois Pitons National Park.
It is also filled with superb waterfalls, lakes and hiking trails. Perched high in the mountains, Cocoa Cottage is home to stay for hikers and seekers who are nature lovers.
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- Keepin’ it Real
While serving the seafood, the beach shack is all about SUP and snorkelling ecotours of the marine reserve. The menu of the beach is included grilled fresh with local fruit juice or cold Kubuli beer.
It is also known as the traditional food which is distributed at Creole or squares of the Capital. It is the fine dining restaurant within the restored Melrose House. It has the historic 18th century stone building in the heart of Roseau.
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