Dominica's wealth of eco-delights from $199/night
For pristine aquatic life, stellar whale-watching, and prime rainforest hiking, head to Dominica, the "Nature Isle of the Caribbean." You can explore the many green delights of this ecotourist haven while staying at one of the island's most praised boutique properties. Jungle Bay Resort & Spa offers a package for $199/night per person with lodging in a deluxe cottage, airport transfers, all meals and fresh juices, half-hour daily spa treatments, yoga classes, and daily hikes and activities (mountain biking, ocean kayaking, snorkeling, and rainforest hikes). Of the property, The New York Times writes, "Perhaps no hotel on the island captures that sense of the wilderness better than Jungle Bay, an ecolodge on a 55-acre site filled with lush white cedar, almond, and gomier trees." This price is valid during the low season from August to October; it goes up to $229 for spring and late fall, and $249 for winter stays.
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