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  • Private relaxation!

    "We, three couples, had an exceptional experience at the very private and relaxing Villa Kulala in mid April. The house itself was beautiful, comfortable, and well equipped. Everyone loved the air cooled beds. Outside living areas provided plenty of space for us to spread out and relax with sunny and shady spots. The unheated pool was perfect for a refreshing swim. The bay provided great snorkeling. The grounds were spacious and well cared for. But the spectacular view was what really wowed us. All this made us want to just hang out at the villa. We did venture to Half Moon Bay, which was quite lovely, uncrowded, with clean powdery sand and nice swimming, and to English Harbor, which I think would be a great night spot with lots of restaurants and bars and people watching. For food, lunch at La Tartaruga was mediocre at best. Carry out from Mama Pasta on our last night was fabulous, wish we had tried it sooner. On arrival day we had Jennifer prepare and deliver dinner (fabulous quiche and apple tart among other dishes), and Christiane get a few groceries so we didn't have to go out for a couple days. We hired chef Norma West to prepare dinner one day which was very nice. A trip to Epicurean, a large well stocked supermarket by U.S. standards, provided the rest of our food. For wildlife, there are lots of birds to keep you company, lizards, hermit crabs, crabs. While snorkeling we saw lots of reef fish, coral, lobster, an octopus, conch. We had a few mosquitos one day after a longer heavy rain, but the other days were mosquito free. There was a constant 15-20 mph breeze, which the house blocked from the dining, pool, gazebo area. The breeze kept us very comfortable in the sun. Overall we had a fabulous time and definitely want to return!"
    Guest: Janet Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 28, 2015
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  • WOW- Spectacular view. Beach lovers dream!

    "That's pretty much what you think when you walk into the condo. I really liked this condo, it was updated with beautiful granite throughout, comfy furniture, it's well stocked with amenities. The best part was not needing my beach towel - they had REAL beach towels to use and I got to pack extra clothes! And if I forgot something, it seemed they thought of that too - lotions, shampoos, suntan lotions etc. There's a nice gas grill we used and we could just relax on patio and enjoy the view. The villa allows for quiet sleeping upstairs while enjoying the morning sunrise downstairs on the patio. Of course the snorkeling was amazing! Turtles, Sea Urchins, Stingrays. The unit is perfectly set on the beach, you walk a few feet to the beach and jump....your swimming with the fish! I will be back!"
    Guest: True Beachlover Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: March 16, 2015
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  • Sooooo Relaxing

    "Property is in excellent shape ..the view was unbelievable ..the breeze off the bay lulled me to sleep ..My wife and I spent time just siting and admiring the view .... a really short run to any beach .. Coki up the street for some atmosphere Sugar Beach steps away..Red Hook .. down the road for ferry to St.Johns ..Megan's Bay a fun, exciting ride (left side tight curves!!!) and just plain beautiful .. and Pagno's just plain fun right on property .. This is on the calendar for next visit ..you won't be disapointed"
    Guest: Thermon D. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 16, 2015
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  • Très bien !

    "Charmante résidence au calme et idéalement situé à deux pas de la plage, restaurants et supérette, proche de la plage du Galion, véritable paradis pour petits (et grands) Propriétaires accueillants et très serviables, appartements propres et fonctionnels, avec accès direct à la piscine. Bref, un excellent séjour, à recommander !"
    Guest: Anonyme Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: May 10, 2015
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Dominica Travel Tips

Getting to Dominica Vacation Rentals

Dominica is an island located in the southeastern part of the Caribbean Sea. It forms part of a chain of islands that are collectively known as the Windward Islands. To the south is Martinique and to the north is Guadeloupe. There are two airports on the island. The primary airport is Melville Hall Airport, designated by the city code DOM. This airport is located on the northeast coast and it takes approximately 45 minutes to drive there from the city of Portsmouth. A second smaller airport is located 15 minutes from the town of Roseau and known as Canefield Airport. Neither of these two airports are equipped to receive large aircraft and therefore, they are not designated as international airports. International flights route via the neighboring islands of Guadeloupe, Martinique, Antigua or Barbados. From these places, you can get a regional connection on to Dominica. When booking your flights, it is advisable to first check the regional flight schedules so you can make sure that your international flights connect.

Best Time of Year to Visit Dominica Villas

Dominica, like most of the Caribbean islands, enjoys warm tropical weather all year long. The summer months can get very hot and humid, and tropical storms do occurs frequently in the late summer months from June to October. There is little seasonal difference in the actual temperatures. Typically, the seasons are defined as dry or wet. Late summer is generally the low travel season because of the high humidity and frequent rain showers. The peak travel season is from December to April which is the drier season. The daytime temperatures are still wonderfully warm and this is what attracts many visitors seeking to escape from the colder winter climate in North America.

Things to See and Do near Dominica Resort Rentals

Dominica is a destination that has a wealth of natural attractions. Scuba divers and snorkelers can appreciate the underwater wonders and beautiful coral reefs. The marine life is abundant and the diving conditions are ideal. If you want to explore the island's coastline, you can sign up for a sea kayaking excursion or a leisurely yacht cruise. In season, there are regular whale watching charters that take guests out to see the gentle giants of the ocean. If you want some inland water fun, you can paddle the inland rivers and lakes or enjoy a tubing excursion. There are many nature trails that explore the island's interior. These range from shorter day hikes to more technical and strenuous multi-day hikes. Guiding services are available on the island and recommended if you want to do one of the more difficult trails. There are regular festivals that are part of the local culture in Dominica. If you are fortunate to be there during one of these events, you can join in the festivities.

Visitors to Caribbean Vacation Rentals in Dominica

The island of Dominica is a tropical paradise. It is one of the lesser-developed of the Caribbean islands and often referred to as nature's paradise. There are extensive rainforests in the island's interior, beautiful lakes, scenic waterfalls, and immaculate white sand beaches. The island has volcanic formations, boiling lakes and well-established national parks. Nature lovers will be able to appreciate the conservation efforts as they explore the islands many treasures. There are hiking trails and numerous water sport activities to keep the adventurous entertained. Those who have an interest in the island's culture will enjoy visiting the towns, and browsing the local markets and museums. If you prefer to simply relax on the beaches, you can lie back and enjoy your own slice of tropical paradise.

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