The Tamarind Tree Hotel & Restaurant

Address: E.O. Leblanc Highway, Roseau, Dominica | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on E.O. Leblanc Highway, Roseau, is near Champagne Diving, Roseau Museum, Scott's Head Pinnacles, and Old Market Square.
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      Travel Blogs from Roseau

      Dominica! Awesome Landing!

      A travel blog entry by delissa on Jul 18, 2014

      4 photos

      ... You would think that be enough well on the way back to the plane the ground crew supervisor (it was on his button) looks at Ian and says "We now young man you ccan go tell your mommy that you walked on beautiful Dominica" I looked at him and side "I am right here walking with him!" Not sure how to take that one but anyway we continued back to the plane. Then the plane took off shortly after we buckled in!!! Now to St. Lucia can't wait to see what awaits ...

      Time to go swimming!

      A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 14, 2013

      7 photos

      Jen and I woke up to a beautiful sunrise today, with only a few clouds on the horizon and the ever-present strong winds blowing in from the ocean. Today's activity was centered around a journey to the southern end of Dominica, where we'd go snorkeling at Champagne Reef, hike out to Scott's Head, and try out some sulfur hot springs near the town of Soufriere. As usual, we ordered our continental breakfast and geared up for the day. I'd purchased a snorkel and mask before our ...

      Welcome to Dominica

      A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Feb 08, 2013

      9 photos

      ... plants that much, it seemed like a regular large park. There was a lot of grassy area, and it made a nice place to sit, but there weren't a lot of exciting flowers to look at. There were some caged parrots that weren't doing much, but that's about it for excitement in the gardens. There are paths that leave the gardens and go out onto trails which may be exciting, but I'm not sure that going hiking alone is a good idea anywhere, especially ...

      Just around the riverbend

      A travel blog entry by jamsheedmaster on Mar 12, 2012

      10 photos

      ... must be used it. I bought a lump of pure sulphur clay which they collect from around the volcanic pools. It’s apparently a very good anti-aging face mask and I tried it out when I got back to the ship. My face hasn’t fallen off yet. If it’s good though, I might pick up a few more packs next time I’m there as it’s only $5 for a huge lump and you know exactly what’s in it, no chemicals or colours etc. You can see them packing it at the pools.

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      Roseau, the main city of Dominica

      A travel blog entry by danharriet on Oct 03, 2011

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... We tarried but for a few moments before continuing our journey up towards the Botanical Gardens. The gardens would be the highest elevation that we would reach and it was also our turnaround point for trip back thru town. But as we came within 100 yards of our destination, we passed a fellow passenger that said the gardens were not ready for visiting (still recouping from the last hurricane). As we were feeling the heat and humidity, that only gained in intensity as we walked up ...