What is included:
$1,571 per person based on double occupancy per week.
$1,089 non diver rate based on double occupancy per week.
A $200 deposit per person deposit is due when making your reservation.
We Have Two Weeks Available
Week 1: April 23rd - April 30th 2022
Week 2: April 30th - May 7th 2022
Known as the nature island, Dominica is a land of rugged beauty. Ditto for what lies below, where the island's soaring peaks and deep valleys are mirrored in dramatic drop offs, sheer walls and submarine canyons. Volcanic origins are evident in a seascape riddled with pinnacles, swim-throughs and bubbling fumaroles, while the nation's commitment to conservation is evident in the wealth of marine life and healthy hard and soft corals that thrive within a trio of marine reserves. Small treasures from seahorses and frogfish to a plethora of invertebrates await the keen-eyed diver and the avid macro photographer. Calm waters are inviting to all, but excitement is just offshore where the big animals swim. The Caribbean’s “Nature Island” is a true paradise for divers. The island has long been a treasured dive destination.
Our resort is set along a serene coastline of the Caribbean Sea amidst Dominica’s vibrant capital city, Roseau.
While these idyllic accommodations take center stage, these luxuries are secondary to the rich and unspoiled terrain of Dominica at your doorstep. From the neighboring French Quarter’s Saturday markets to unfathomable nearby adventures — waterfall hikes, hot spring soaks, rainforest walks and world-class diving.
Call us at (919) 341-2787 to sign up
The Caribbean's Whale Watching Capital
Few sights can match the thrill of seeing a 30-ton animal explode from blue water, creating a wall of spray as the arching launch ends in a tumultuous reentry. There are several places in the Caribbean where humpback whales perform these leaps, but only one where they are joined by their toothy cousin, the sperm whale. In fact, the island of Dominica is the only venue in the region where the hump-headed sperm whale can be found year round. It is often joined by numerous other species of whales and dolphins, earning this scenic island a reputation as the cetacean capital of the Caribbean.
Phone: (919) 341-2787