Roots Jungle Retreat

1st St, Dominica | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Dominica

Iles Des Saints and Dominica

A travel blog entry by gill27


... and friendly. We always like to visit local markets and supermarkets to see what food the locals purchase. We hovered in the liquor isle perusing the local rums and rum mixes, fascinated with the variety available. Rum type Baileys, rum and coconut and peanut cocktails all prices well below Australia. A small bottle of local rum and a bottle of hot creole sauce in hand and it was back to the ship for lunch.
Thank you all for your wonderful comments. Just love them.

Island Highlights

A travel blog entry by jb24003


Day 4 in Dominica. Today was an opportunity to get back out and test out our sore legs - well, mine at least on some walking and brief hiking. The tour Jen and I took today is called Island Highlights, but the key part was a trip to the city of Roseau, the capital of Dominica. Roseau is Dominica's largest city, with Portsmouth at the northern end of the island coming in second. It was phonetically named after a French word used to name a specific type of grass that grew heavily in ...

Sleepless nights

A travel blog entry by ellisasailing


... the word so people are more aware and watching out. Fortunately music stopped early but the sea continued to roll all night till dawn and then the cockerels woke up. Won't be staying long, early start for last leg to Martinique. Progress report - our key fob alarm us still flashing red 3 days later! Highly recommend buying one for anyone who looses their keys! Apologies for lack of photographs but 2 cameras not working and need to buy a new waterproof one ...

Sleepy Sundays

A travel blog entry by mcewenm


... whisper of the tram. A gentle rain was falling which seemed absolutely appropriate. The trams sat up to 9 passengers in four rows of 2 and were fairly well sheltered by the roof. It is suspended about 60 feet above-ground, rising to about 2000 ft above sea level. Our young guide was well informed about all the species of plant and tree to be seen. Sadly most of the birdlife was taking cover from the rain but ...

Field Excursions

A travel blog entry by lindenauersas


... peaks and a multitude of tropical reef fishes. Please note: the snorkeling facility has changing rooms, refreshments, gift shop and a sundeck overlooking the beautiful Caribbean Sea. Please wear your swimsuit, bring a towel and a change of clothing; protection from the sun is recommended.

2.RAINFOREST AERIAL TRAM – (1330-1500 Monday, 17 January)Enjoy an aerial tram journey into the rainforest, where your guide will introduce you ...

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This campground, located on 1st St, Dominica, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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