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Dominica, West Indies
Why Stay At Secret Bay
Soak up the untrammeled eco isle of Dominica from this new secluded hotel, with only four treehouse-like villas.
For those looking to escape sprawling Caribbean resorts, Dominica is a top choice, especially when you consider the destination's newest hotel, Secret Bay. Set in the island's northwest, this intimate gem, comprising four luxury villas—each set like a posh wooden treehouse above the mango trees—features outdoor showers and fully stocked kitchens (one has a private pool). In addition to the organic ingredients served by the in-house chef, sustainable touches abound: structures were built by hand with Guyanese greenheart hardwood, and local craftsmen are behind the Dominican red cedar furnishings. Spend your days kayaking to the nearby reefs, swimming to the island's sea caves, or unwinding in the property's orchid garden. You'll want to return: future plans include building an organic restaurant and spa.
Airport pickups are complimentary for five-night stays; otherwise, it's a $70 trip.
Summer season is steamy with a chance of hurricane storms, but you'll likely get great deals, as the island is mostly empty of travelers.
Arrive at Melville Hall Airport (DOM) which is approximately 22 miles from the resort. Anticipate about 35 minutes of travel time.Ross Blvd, Dublanc, Saint Peter Parish, Dominica
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Beach Access
- Equipment Rentals
- Laundry Service
- Concierge Service
- Private Villas
- Fully stocked Kitchens
- Outdoor Showers
- i-Pod Docks
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Home Entertainment System
- Book + DVD Selection
- Personal Cook (surcharge)
- 2 person max occupancy in the Zabuco Honeymoon Villa
- 5 person max occupancy in Zing-Zing
- Transfers from DOM airport to the resort
- Fruit platter
- Welcome dinner with private chef
- Use of mountain bikes, kayaks and snorkeling gear
- Use of a Kindle with the international newspaper of your choice
Why We Love Dominica
Dominica, with its lush rainforests, charcoal-colored sand, and lack of big-box hotels, is a uniquely undiscovered Caribbean island.
Best Picnic Spot: Take a rowboat up the Indian River; your guide will point out the local flora and fauna and bring you to a funky shack serving rum punch and a revitalizing "fish water" stew.
Best Day Trip: It's a full-day hike to Boiling Lake, a pool of simmering, steaming water that's second only to New Zealand's Frying Pan Lake in size.
Why Go Now
April through June 2014
The Dominica Festival of Arts showcases theatrical and dance performances, concerts, and artistic workshops promoting the local artist community.
Various locations around Dominica.
May 1 - 31, 2014
Dominican Festival of Creative Arts
Theatrical and dance performances, concerts, and artistic workshops geared toward developing local artistic expressions.
Old Mill Cultural Center, Canefield.
June 8, 2014
Jazz 'N' Creole
Pan-Caribbean acts and local genre talent converge on Pentecoast Sunday.
Cabrits National Park, Fort Shirley.