Witnessing a giant sea turtle crawl ashore to nest or hatchlings smaller than a baby’s footprint scurry across the sand to the sea are vacation memories that are truly unforgettable. Travel to Rosalie Bay Resort on the Caribbean island of Dominica during sea turtle nesting season, which is ongoing through October, for a chance to see the endangered sea turtles and enjoy 25% off stays of four nights or more.
Savings are available in all categories of the resort’s spacious cottage-style accommodations featuring hand-carved hardwood four-poster beds, spa bathrooms with walk-in rain showers and private balconies
or patios with views of the gardens, Atlantic Ocean or tranquil Rosalie River.
With the discount, daily rates begin at $168.75 (regularly $225) for a Gardenview Room per couple plus tax and service charge. Daily rates include healthful continental breakfast, free Wi-Fi, yoga classes and guided nature hikes near the eco-resort. Stays of five nights or more also include complimentary roundtrip airport transfers.
Each year hundreds of endangered sea turtles, including Green, Hawksbill and the giant Leatherback, travel thousands of miles to nest at Rosalie Bay Resort. The wind- and solar-powered resort founded the sea turtle conservation efforts on Dominica more than 10 years ago and offers a safe, protected nesting ground for the endangered species.
During our stay Rosalie Bay Resort invites us to participate in the sea turtle conservation efforts by helping patrol the beach to protect nesting turtles, aid researchers in collecting data or relocating nests that are
too close to the ocean to the turtle hatchery, or being “on call” for when baby sea turtles emerge and make
their way out to sea.
For a chance to witness this amazing sight and take advantage of the 25% savings at Rosalie Bay Resort plesase call reservations toll-free to (877) 732-2864 or visit online.
Sea turtle hatchling photo credit MarineCreaturesStockPhoto.com
About Rosalie Bay Resort, Dominica
Rosalie Bay Resort is an eco-luxury and wellness retreat nestled in the foothills of the Morne Trois Pitons where the Rosalie River meets the black sand beaches of the Atlantic Ocean. Rosalie Bay is a pioneer in its environmental efforts with the largest wind turbine in the region and founding Dominica’s first protected sea turtle nesting ground. The hand-built sanctuary seamlessly blends into its 22-acre surroundings with 28 spacious rooms and suites, oceanfront spa, wellness program and organic cuisine at Zamaan Restaurant. Stunning natural beauty and elegant, modern touches work in perfect harmony to create a vacation that is simply magical.