Dominica, West Indies

  • Sulphur vents, tropical and untamed rainforest, natural hot springs, and volcanically heated lakes; the Caribbean island nation of Dominica has it all.
  • Home to Morne Trois Pitons National Park, the first UNESCO World Heritage Site designated in the eastern Caribbean.
  • Also officially known as the Nature Island for its 300 miles of trails, wildlife, and diverse landscape.
  • With its roots in French and Creole, more than 80% of the island is now Roman Catholic.
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Nature Island of the Caribbean

Sheltered by dense foliage and perched on a scenic cliff on the beautiful island of Dominica in the West Indies, Secret Bay is abundant with personality. Designed by award-winning Venezuelan architect Fruto Vivas, these eco-luxury accommodations were delicately built to preserve the surrounding environment. Soft, gray sands lead to swimmable beaches and sea caves. The island is teeming with hot springs, waterfalls, black and volcanic sand beaches, and has more rivers than there are days in a year. With the Caribbean Sea on one side and 1,313 acres of protected tropical rainforest on the other, your seclusion is definite.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Douglas-Charles Airport (DOM)
  • Official Language
    English
  • Rainy Season
    June - November
  • Climate
    Tropical
  • Voltage
    220V

Fresh Things to Do

Featured Activity


  • The Treasures of Secret Bay

    Stand-up paddleboarding. Travelers at all levels of ability can try the stand-up paddleboarding offerings at the resort. Besides being a great core workout, you’ll see the crystal-clear water from the best vantage point. Complimentary boards are available at Tibay Beach.

    Yoga and meditation. If your travels have brought you to a paradise this remote, you’re likely to appreciate the resort’s many “Meditation Corners.” Comfortable chairs laid in front of beautiful scenic views will slow the mind. Yoga classes are also on offer in the privacy of your villa.

    Snorkeling tours. Board the resort’s Waitukubuli Wanderer for a guided snorkeling tour. You’ll visit famous sites like the Toucarie Caves. For a rare treat, try the night snorkeling at Secret Bay to see lobsters, moray eels, and nocturnal fish.

    Land-based whale watching. Humpback and sperm whales migrate to Dominica throughout the year. The resort provides mobile telescopes to scan Oyohayo Bay’s horizon. You’re most likely to spot one during the winter months of January through April.

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Travel Tips

Weather


  • Forecasting Your Dominica Vacation

    There is no bad time to visit this breathtaking island. Dominica is the most northerly of all of the windward islands in the West Indies. A tropical climate means that temperatures will be stable year-round, averaging 69 to 82 degrees Fahrenheit. Rain showers will occur throughout the day but they are bookended by long periods of sunshine and warmth. July to November marks the rainy season.

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Map of Dominica, West Indies

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