|from $2,295* per person||8 Days||January|
|Boutique accommodations||Exertion level: 4|
|Operator: Serendipity Traveler||12 people max|
Tropical Rainforests, Exceptional Hiking, Waterfalls, Snorkeling, Mineral Pools, Swimming, Sunshine, and Pure Bliss!
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Winter 2011 will be the fifth Serendipity Traveler women's Yoga, Adventure and Pure Bliss trip to Dominica. We invite you to come along and let the natives, and tropical rainforests, waterfalls, rivers, as well as the sparkling turquoise waters of the Caribbean enhance your week of relaxation, rejuvenation, and adventure.We offer an opportunity to visit and volunteer at The House of Hope for children on this trip if you are so inclined. You will choose how to spend your idyllic days immersed in the slower West Indies culture. Bring your journal, or knitting, or sketchbook or camera or writing project if you wish. Plan to hike, walk, snorkel, and explore amidst the tropical beauty that will surround you. Let your spirits soar.
Women travelers with us to Dominica will discover a nature island that is the Caribbean’s best kept secret. With an abundance of natural beauty, Dominica has been recognized with a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The exquisite tropical simplicity will provide a pristine environment for you to unwind while nurturing your body, mind and spirit. Women traveling with us to Dominica will experience nature at her untouched best. Unplug, disconnect and reconnect with yourself in Dominica with us.
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West Indies , Caribbean , Islands, Dominica
You will settle in to our lodge which is"rustic luxe" as described by The New York Times and overlooks the sea in the southeast part of the island. The cottages are wonderfully comfortable and simple with balconies perched on the cliffs. The sounds of the sea will lull you to sleep. Your days afford the gentlest of relaxation and the best of adventure. Each morning begins with optional yoga overlooking the tranquil Caribbean waters. Hiking, snorkeling, river walks, and island touring are all included with our excellent native guides as your companions while we discover all that Dominica offers. Two soothing afternoon spa treatment in the cliffside Spa du Soleil is included for you to enhance your week of pure bliss and relaxation. Serendipity Traveler includes all of your meals which are prepared lovingly with the finest and freshest of Caribbean ingredients by my friend Joanne and her dedicated local staff. Pineapples arrive from the local farmers each morning. An informal and interesting Caribbean cooking class is offered to us one evening. For this trip, there is no itinerary except totally relaxing your way. The days are yours to sample the choice of activities as you wish. Tropical rainforests, waterfalls, and rivers, as well as the sparkling turquoise waters of the Caribbean all support your full week of relaxation, rejuvenation, and outdoor adventure. Come with us to Dominica and (shhhh) only tell your very best friends!
Dominica is one of the last remaining authentic and unspoiled islands in the Caribbean. Join us as we indulge all of our senses in Dominica's unpretentiously exquisite tropical ambience. Our choice of accomodations on the island have already been hailed by Conde Naste Traveler and the New York Times, National Geo, and appear on Forbes list of top ten eco lodges. The secrets of Dominica are slowly being discovered and there is much whispering going on about this eastern Caribbean island with a designated UNESCO World Heritage site in the West Indies. Primeval rainforest, black sand beaches, and the rugged peaks of the 17,000 acre Morne Trois Pitons National Park, provides a splendid backdrop for truly relaxing, freeing your mind, and letting the sights, sounds and sensibilities nourish and restore you.
If you wish to spend a morning volunteering on the island during part of your stay we are able to lend a hand to The House of Hope which cares for island children and young women and is a project Serendipity Traveler has supported since our first visit to Dominica in 2006.The residents welcome visitors with eager smiles.