Hibiscus Valley Inn is a small, intimate inn of just three “Nature Bungalows” secluded on the northeastern portion of the island of Dominica. The inn is at once away from the tourist hubs of the islands and centered in the midst of extensive natural, protected rainforests, mountains, rivers, and even one of the island's few beautiful beaches. In a setting that will please all tourists, Hibiscus Valley Inn offers active relaxation perfect for adventurers, nature fanatics, or those just hoping to “get away from it all” and reconnect with the natural order of things.
Those hoping to stay active will have a blast at Hibiscus Valley, as they will enjoy access to a great selection of outdoor possibilities. The watersports here are among the best options, and will keep the whole family happy throughout your vacation.
Located on the island of Dominica, in the vicinity of Waraka, Hibiscus Valley Inn happily welcomes tourists who are thinking about basing their vacation on this beautiful island. It's south of the center of Marigot.
Hibiscus Valley Inn accommodates guests in country-style bungalows common to the island with different accommodations for different budgets. These bungalows each have a bathroom with showers heated by solar energy and a private veranda. “Semi-Delux” rooms are available that are more like typical hotel rooms with air conditioning, television, and refrigerator. One of the inn’s cottages is especially good for a group of families or friends.
Hibiscus Valley has just 12 units. Accordingly, it's perfect for visitors who like a less commercialized atmosphere. For its overall merit, we've given this lodge a rating of 3 stars.
Look below for a listing of this property's in-room amenities.
Call the lodge if you require a specific amenity, if it's particularly important to you.
The entire purpose of Hibiscus Valley Inn is to provide guests with a chance to live amongst nature. This is why the inn has chosen its location on the northeastern part of Dominica where the rainforest is practically untouched, natural wonders abound, and there is even the beautiful Sand Bay Beach. This is also why they have invested an incredible amount of time and energy into developing their tour programs, which have become the hotel's signature feature.
The tours and treks that Hibiscus Valley Inn offer cover varying levels of exertion. The long hikes to the Boiling Lake and the tallest peak on Dominica are among the most strenuous but most popular and rewarding for the baffling spectacles that they ultimately reveal. They are located very near Segment 6 and Segment 7 of the Watikubuli National Trail, a good spot to sleep over.
There are 365 rivers and numerous waterfalls and natural swimming holes on the island, so there are plenty of trails and roads that lead to shorter, less strenuous hikes that still reward with natural beauty like at the Emerald Pool, a natural grotto just off the road. And when guests need a more relaxing day, Hibiscus Valley Inn provides rides to the beach five minutes away and tubes to float a long and relaxing course down the Pagua River with a great view of the ocean and lush jungle all around. Hibiscus Valley Inn can offer trips and sites that no other hotel or tour service can provide or often even know about. They have great guides including one that speaks French. While the hotel is not for the typical tourist accustomed to big city amenities, if you want indelible memories and a relaxing vacation in a setting of incredible natural beauty, the Inn may exceed your wildest dreams.
While the Hibiscus Valley Inn does not offer express check-in or check-out, they do offer airport transportation for about $15 (USD). The inn offers two special Adventure Packages. One is for ten nights and the other for seven nights. They include five tours, meals on the days of the tours, a double room or semi-deluxe room, transfers, a guide, and site passes.
The owners of Hibiscus Valley Inn will be happy to recommend some evening entertainment. For example, they may direct you to Reggae night in nearby Weasly or Porthmoth, where you can sit at a reserved table and relax with other Hibiscus Valley guests.
The management arranges a wide variety of different tours of this beautiful island. Some of the tours are specifically designed for families, including activities and sightseeing that have proven to be popular with children of all ages, as well as their parents. Click here to learn more.
The following list gives some other amenities:
If you want to guarantee that a certain favorite amenity will be available, it's a good idea to call ahead of time because these details can sometimes change. Visit this page to view our complete article about the specific activities and recreation opportunities offered at Hibiscus Valley Inn.
Hibiscus Valley Inn provides guests with local cuisine for breakfast and lunch along with fresh and local juice, coffee, and lemongrass tea. Lunch is served in the new Hibiscus Pallet Bar, by the river
side, where you can ask for a hammock to swing in while you eat. Specialties include local Dominican lunches, and Mediterranean and Swedish cuisine. Don't forget the bush rum and other special drinks. Guests will also be pleased with a dinner in the Inn's restaurant after a day on one of the tours and treks through nature that the Inn is known for. The restaurant is open-air and specializes in local dishes with international touches.
In addition to the on-location dining options, visitors hoping for extra culinary diversity might also want to consider some of the other local eateries. Hungry guests will find a limited but good selection of restaurants within reach of these accommodations. It may be helpful to learn which choices are available nearby, even though Hibiscus Valley has on-site dining, including Click here for more information on this area's dining choices..
Also included with these accommodations are guest services -- including the ones shown below -- can help ensure that you keep your entire time on Dominica easy and enjoyable.
Guests will find plenty of attractions near Hibiscus Valley. Some of the closest attractions are Spanny's Twin Falls and Soltoun Falls. If you're ready to relax, like many tourists who visit this area, you've no doubt made time for ample time at the beach. One of the nearest beaches is Antrizle Beach, which is to be one of the closest beaches to the lodge.
One of the nearest notable areas to the lodge is Marigot. To experience as much of this region as possible, have a little side trip to a noteable nearby town to familiarize yourself with new sounds and sights.
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Reservations: (767) 445-8195
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