One of our guests’ favorite activities during their stay at Fort Young Hotel is bird watching—looking out for dozens of native species within the surrounding rainforest. Whether you’re scouting solo or on a guided tour, here are some of the benefits of bird watching you may not have expected. 1. It’s a reason to get […]Read more
What better way to kick off 2021 than immersed in nature? Whether you want to relax, recalibrate or rendezvous, you can do all that and more at Fort Young Hotel & Dive Resort. Located on the mountainous island of Dominica, our resort offers ready access to tropical rainforests, natural hot springs and stunning dive sites. So if you’re looking for a memorable way to start the new year, why not dive into everything we have to offer?
Go Snorkeling and Diving in the Deep Blue Sea
Home to rugged volcanic reefs and colorful marine life, Fort Young Hotel & Dive Resort is the perfect gateway to underwater wonders. From snorkeling in the crystal-clear sea to scuba diving far below the water’s surface, explorers of all ages and skill levels will love participating in some of our aquatic adventures.
Enjoy a Serene Spa Treatment
Dotted with hot sulphur springs and mud pools, Dominica has long been rumored to have healing properties. Soak up the fountain of youth without leaving the resort grounds by enjoying spa treatments in the tranquility of your room or on the balcony. If you’re in the mood for some recentering exercise, participate in one of the onsite yoga classes or swim laps in the sparkling infinity pool.
Nosh on Healthy Local Cuisine
Enjoy a candlelit dinner with a seaside view at The Palisades Restaurant, a seafood-centric eatery where you can choose between char-grilled lobster, freshly caught fish and teriyaki salmon. Ingredients are sourced locally from nearby farms and the Caribbean Sea, making each bite full of unparalleled flavor. For a more laid-back occasion, head to Warner’s Bar to choose between signature cocktails made with rum punch.
Admire the Local Wildlife and Sea Creatures
Visitors who arrive between May and October will have the chance to go on guided tours to glimpse three of seven globally endangered sea turtle species swimming and nesting along Dominica’s coastline. Birders might want to opt for guided nature hikes that will take them deep into the rainforest to spot rare birds. Either way, it’s sure to be an experience you won’t soon forget.