Jungle Bay is located on the south west coast, only 20 minutes from the capital of Roseau, 392 feet above the Caribbean Sea, the charming fishing village Soufriere and the marine sanctuary of Soufriere & Scotts Head. The hotel consists of 60 designed villas nestled within tropical trees, banana plants and flowers, it combines barefoot luxury with ecologically & socially responsibility.
Where: The Dominican Republic occupies two-thirds of Hispaniola, the second-largest island in the Greater Antilles island chain in the Caribbean region. It has 48,671 square kilometers (18,792 sq mi).
Fact: Dominica is also known as the Whale Watching capital of the Caribbean; more than a half-dozen types of whales and a dozen types of dolphins have been identified in Dominica’s waters.
Language: Spanish is the official language of The Dominican Republic and English is spoken at the hotel.
Foodie: Jungle Bay’s Calabash Restaurant & Bar is the true heart of their resort. The al fresco venue is the meeting point where everyone comes together to enjoy exquisite menu selections and a stunning view to the sea. The gourmet culinary experience features all organic, fresh local ingredients with an emphasis on Vegan and Vegetarian dishes, in addition to fish, other seafood, and specialty meat-based plates.
Activities/Attractions: Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Kayaking, Waterfall Excursions, Pools, Beaches, Hiking, Cultural Tours, Yoga, and Spa Treatments.