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This private excursion begins off the shores of Secret Bay’s Tibay Beach, where you have the option to learn to freedive or watch our resident expert make the catch as you snorkel among Tibay’s turquoise waters. The excursion culminates in a delicious preparation and serving of your fresh catch, delighting in the flavours of all your hard work in the comfort of your own villa. The lionfish, a newcomer to the island and a threat to indigenous fish populations, has delicate white meat and a mild taste, making it a delicious and sustainable supper.
Meet your guide on Secret Bay’s Ti-Bay Beach for a guided row up the magical Indian River. A haven for nature lovers and birdwatchers, the river leads you deep into the rainforest, past mangroves and the amazing Bwa Mang trees. Along the way, pass Calypso House, one of the sets for The Pirates of the Caribbean, and stop for a local rum punch at a hidden bar that was a popular spot with the cast and crew.
Dominica is home to some of the most spectacular canyons in the world. Rainfall over thousands of years carved out deep gorges in the rock creating an ever-changing landscape of rivers, waterfalls and pools hidden in the rainforest. Explore this geological wonder on an epic half-day family fun and bucket list adventure.
Embark upon an unforgettable day of offshore adventure right from Secret Bay’s Tibay Beach. Guests are picked up by boat and journey to the northernmost point of the island, where the rough Atlantic Ocean visibly mixes with the smooth Caribbean Sea. Along the way, delight in a unique vantage point of Dominica’s natural splendours, inclusive of sea caves, dormant volcanic peaks and a waterfall that flows into the ocean. Stop at Split Rock, one of the island’s best snorkel sites, and observe its warm shallows, alive with vibrant colour and opt to round off the day with a traditional Dominican meal at a local seaside restaurant.
Everything you need to know about Dominica begins with the topography. The island’s rugged terrain, staggering mountains rising from the ocean floor, protected rainforests and deep valleys are a hot spot for incredible biodiversity on a relatively small land mass. Find bucket list summit hikes for all experience levels within easy reach of Secret Bay, spot birds and parrots along a relaxing nature trail through the verdant landscape, or embark on a guided tour over impressive rock formations to swim in natural pools under waterfalls.