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Dominica Wedding & Honeymoon Specials 2009

As more couples are choosing to plan destination weddings, ?the Nature Island? hotels are offering special packages for all newlyweds.


Roseau, Dominica (June 5, 2009) - With spectacular natural beauty, pristine waterfalls and some of the most lush rainforests, Dominica offers an unforgettable wedding experience.

As more couples are choosing to plan destination weddings, the Nature Island hotels are offering special packages for all newlyweds. Among packages and deals to couples are:

Jungle Bay Resort & Spa
Take advantage of Jungle Bay's Escape Weddings and Honeymoons coupon special and receive $500 off your reservation.

This offer includes your own professional wedding planner, who will ensure your Dominica wedding is unique, by creating the most romantic tropical island atmosphere.

This special is valid on reservations booked by August 31, 2009. Rates begin at $1,500. When booking your reservation, refer to coupon code: wedding09.

For more information visit www.junglebaydominica.com/weddings.cfm, email info@junglebaydominica.com or call 767-446-1789.**

Calibishie Cove
Book your honeymoon at Dominica's romantic waterfront boutique guesthouse, Calibishie Cove, with their Caribbean Honeymoon package.

This package includes 7 nights accommodations in the Paradise Penthouse, bottle of champagne, extra flowers, one candlelight dinner, one waterfall tour and a one day kayak rental to explore Dominica?s coast, river and island. Rates begin at $1,595 per couple.

Visit www.calibishiecove.com, email calibishiecove@gmail.com or call 813-417-8448.**

The Anchorage Hotel
The Anchorage Hotel continues to keep their newlywed couples happy with their Honeymoon Package.

This special includes 7 nights accommodations, welcome drink and fresh fruit platter, bottle of champagne, daily breakfast, one five course private candlelight dinner, airport transfers, one whale and dolphin safari tour and one trip to Screw's Sulphur Spa. Rates begin at $1,699 per couple.

For more information visit www.anchoragehotel.dm, email reservations@anchoragehotel.dm or call 767-448-2638.**

Calibishie Lodges
Calibishie Lodges welcomes newlyweds with their Honeymoon Special promotion. This offer includes 4 nights accommodations, airport transfers, private driver and car, welcome honeymoon drink, bottle of champagne, flowers, daily breakfast, excursions including; hike to Chaudiere Pool, water tubing in Concord and a visit to the Indian River and National Park.

For more information visit www.calibishie-lodges.com, email info@calibishie-lodges.com or call 767-317-1843.**

Rainforest Paradise
Rainforest Paradise offers the ideal ambiance for couples seeking an intimate setting. Their Couples Package offers accommodations in a charming river cabin, daily breakfast, and a unique tour and lunch at the Rainforest Mushroom Farm.

For an additional charge guests can take advantage of their spa treatments and full day tours of the island. Rates begin at $840 per couple.

Visit www.rainforestparadise.com, email rainforestparadise@cwdom.dm or call 767-449-3074.**

Crescent Moon Cabins
Located in a moonlit valley and surrounded by forest, farm and tropical flowers, Crescent Moon Cabins is offering newlyweds a five night stay in their rain forest cabins overlooking the Caribbean Sea.

This special includes daily organic dinners for two and private tours upon request to Boiling Lake, Morne Trois Pitons and any of the waterfalls.

For more information visit www.crescentmooncabins.com, email jeanviv@yahoo.com or call 767-449-3449.

**Indicates all properties have been certified by the Discover Dominica Authority. The Tourism (Regulation and Standard) Act No. 19 of 2005 provides for the creation of standards (known as Nature Island Standards of Excellence - NISE) for the tourism sector and the regulation and certification of certain tourism services. The standards developed and published under the Act are mandatory in relation to all tourism service providers.

As such, all persons or entities providing a tourism service must be certified by the Discover Dominica Authority.

A certified tourism service provider is a person or entity who has achieved the minimum requirements of the applicable tourism standards of 2005.

Dominica Destination and Vacation Information
Known as ?the Nature Island? and located between the French islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique in the Eastern Caribbean, the independent nation of Dominica (pronounced ?dom-in-eek-a?) is the largest and most mountainous of the Windward Islands, encompassing an area of nearly 290 square miles.

Of volcanic origins with mountains reaching heights of nearly 5,000 feet, rainforests that are considered among the last true oceanic rainforests in the world, more than 365 rivers, waterfalls the second largest Boiling Lake in the world and pristine coral reefs, Dominica?s natural diversity is truly unique.

Dominica is also home to the last remaining settlement of Indigenous People of the Caribbean ? The Carib Indians. A place where man and nature live in harmony, adventurers and nature lovers alike will revel in the Island?s eco-tourism options which include scuba diving, snorkeling, mountain biking, kayaking, horseback riding, nature tours, hiking/trekking, whale, dolphin and bird watching, sailing and fishing.

Dominica continues to be recognized for its attributes and responsible tourism efforts, including being the first country in the world to receive Benchmarking designation from the prestigious eco-tourism organization Green Globe 21. National Geographic?s Center for Sustainable Destination ranked the island as the top sustainable island in the Caribbean and among the top ten in the world. Dominica was recognized by Islands Magazine and was included in its 2007 Blue List for being a leader in responsible tourism and ensuring an environmentally and culturally sound island for future generations.

Most recently, Travel + Leisure announced Dominica as one of the most compelling destinations to visit in their 100 Greatest Trips 2008 edition.

For more information on Dominica, contact Discover Dominica Authority at 866-522-4057.


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