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Dominica

Dominica

Secret Bay

Secret Bay

Secret Bay, Dominica

Secret Bay is a spectacular all-villa resort and comprises of ten freestanding, fully-amenitised and sustainably-crafted residential-style villas that feature spacious indoor-outdo...

  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1

The island has two airports, Melville Hall Airport in the north and Canefield airport in the South. Since these are not international airports, it is necessary to take a connecting flight from a nearby island such as Puerto Rico, Guadeloupe, Martinique, St. Lucia, Barbados, Antigua or St. Martin.


Capital: Roseau
Flying time: 11 hours 20 minutes
Language: English
Country size: 289.6 square miles
Time difference from UK: - 5 hours Summer / - 6 hours Winter
Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar
Driving: Drive on the left hand side
Airport: Douglas–Charles Airport
Entry requirements: British citizens do not require a visa. You will require a valid passport with 6 months validity.
Drink the water: It is advisable to drink bottled water
Beaches: Mero Beach is Dominica's most popular beach thanks to its proximity to the island's capital city of Roseau. Other popular beaches include Champagne Beach and Pointe Baptiste.
Health and Safety: No inoculations are needed to travel to Dominica but always consult with your doctor.

Dominica has a pleasant climate, particularly during the cooler months from December to March. Summer temperatures reach an average high of 90 °F (32 °C). Winter temperatures are not much lower, the average high being anywhere from 84 to 86 °F (29 to 30 °C). The dry season is from February to May, and the rainy season is from June to October.


Dominica

Dominica is a mountainous Caribbean island of the Lesser Antilles in the Eastern Caribbean Sea. It lies between the French islands of Guadeloupe and Marie-Galante to the north and Martinique to the south. Dominica is 29 miles (47 km) long and has a maximum breadth of 16 miles (26 km)

This wonderful island boasts natural hot springs and tropical rainforests. Morne Trois Pitons National Park is home to the volcanically heated, steam-covered Boiling Lake. The park also encompasses sulphur vents, the 65m-tall Trafalgar Falls and narrow Titou Gorge.

To the west is Dominica’s capital, Roseau, with colourful timber houses and botanic gardens.

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