Fort Young Hotel
Fort Young Hotel is located in Saint George Parish in Roseau, Dominica. This scuba diving hotel has 73 air-conditioned rooms with balconies or patios. The newer rooms have ocean views, the Fort Rooms are in the original Fort area, but modern and updated multiple times since 1699. Enjoy our blog article on Dominica The Nature Island.
Fort Young Hotel Diving
The onsite scuba diving retail shop wor...
Jungle Bay Dominica
Jungle Bay Dominica has 30 ecofriendly luxury villas above the village of Soufriere and near the scuba diving park known as Soufriere Scotts Head Marine Preserve. Villa suites offer king size beds and jungle spa bathrooms with raindrop shower heads. The rooms have a minifridge as well as biodegradable bath products. Spectacular views of the ocean, jungle and tropical gardens surround you. Enjoy ou...
Climate: Air temperature in winter 22°C / 73°F and in the summer 28°C / 82°F
Water Temperature: 26 – 30°C / 80 – 85°F
Time: UTC -4:00
Language: English is the official language. Creole and French based Patois spoken by many.
Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar. US$, Sterling, French Francs, travelers checks and credit cards accepted.
Electricity: 230 Volts. Plug adapters are recommended.
Marriage Requirements: Please contact the local tourism board for instructions and requirements.
Roseau-Caneield Airport (DCF)
Hyperbaric Chamber: Princess Margaret Hospital
The whale watching capital of the Caribbean, there have been 22 species sited off the Dominica coast, including the awe-inspiring sperm whale. Dive into the champagne bubbles of the warm sea vents or soar through the coral villages. Be one of the few to see an elusive flying gurnard. Located between Guadeloupe and Martinique, the island has 290 square miles of terrain and is the largest of the Lesser Antilles. Latitude is 15.10 deg N, longitude 61.30 deg west. Highest point, Morne Diablotin, is 4,747 feet. Dominica is referred to as the “nature island of the Caribbrean” because of its lush tropical rainforests, botanical gardens, parks, lakes, rivers and waterfalls. Divers are attracted by Dominica’s majestic underwater world, which include dramatic walls that descend to 1,000 feet.
Dominica The Nature Island
Dominica the Nature Isle
If you immediately think this island is adjacent to Haiti and next to Puerto Rico, this is not the island you're looking for. Dominica "the Nature Island” can only be found by traveling over to the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean Sea and there between Guadelupe and Martinique close to half a dozen volcanoes rose up from the deep sea floor and separated th...