Following the popular trend towards sustainable tourism, Dominica continues to garner attention from those seeking exotic but authentic destinations. Two of the island’s eco-friendly resorts are currently being featured on mega news outlet, MSN. DDA-certified Coulibri Ridge made it to MSN’s “25 Best Ecolodges Around the World (Worth Traveling For!)” in January. Considered one of the most “sustainable and unique” around the world, the article boasts Coulibri Ridge’s eco-friendly operation, luxurious design and “unmatched guest experience.”
Jungle Bay Dominica, another member of DDA’s certified cadre, is featured on MSN’s “25 Best Eco Resorts for A Sustainable and Luxurious Getaway.” Described as a “dreamy refuge for nature lovers and adventurous travelers alike looking to connect with the beauty of one of the Caribbean’s few remaining hidden gems,” the article shines light on the resort’s local and environmental focus with an abundance of luxury amenities.
Dominica is aptly described as a “one-of-a-kind island” to MSN’s approximate 550 million monthly readers. Reaching 180 countries through 31 languages, features like these raise the necessary destination awareness to influence traveler decision making.
Discover Dominica Authority continues to promote the island through press trips and other mediums as it aims to attract 200,000 stayover visitors by 2025. For a full listing of DDA’s certified properties, visit https://discoverdominica.com/en/hotels.