GREEN TRAVEL DEAL: Save Sea Turtles and 33% on a Caribbean Vacation


DID YOU KNOW that May 23rd is World Turtle Day, a global observance to help celebrate and protect turtles and tortoises and their disappearing habitats?

On the island of Dominica, the annual sea turtle season is under way in an ancient ritual that dates back to the time of dinosaur and hundreds of endangered sea turtles travel thousands of miles to lay eggs on the protected beach at Rosalie Bay.

During this special time, guests at eco-boutique Rosalie Bay Resort can participate in conservation efforts and save 33% on 4 or more night stays. 

Among the conservation activities offered, you can:

Join resort turtle expert for a guided educational walk along the beach.

Help patrol the beach to protect nesting turtles.

Assist researchers in collecting data or watching as they relocate nests that are too close to the ocean to the turtle hatchery.

Or, be “on call” for when baby sea turtles hatch and begin their journey.

 

Save 33% during Sea Turtle Season 

 

In addition to saving endangered sea turtles, guests who visit during sea turtle season will also save 33% on their stay of 4 nights or more at Rosalie Bay Resort. The special offer is available in all of the resort’s 28 rooms and suites, each featuring local hand-crafted hardwood furniture, luxurious bathrooms with rain showers, and patio with views of the garden, ocean or river.

Discounted daily rates start at $150.75 for two, plus tax and service charge. Daily rates include complimentary Continental breakfast, Wi-Fi, yoga classes and nature walks.

For reservations, call toll-free (877) 732-2864 or speak with a travel agent. For more information, visit www.RosalieBay.com.

 

About Rosalie Bay Resort, Dominica

Rosalie Bay is an award-winning eco-boutique and wellness resort in the foothills of the Morne Trois Pitons where the Rosalie River meets the black sand beaches of the Atlantic Ocean. Green Globe certified, Rosalie Bay is a pioneer in its environmental efforts with the largest wind turbine in the region and founding Dominica’s sea turtle conservation program. The hand-built sanctuary blends into its 22-acre surroundings with 28 spacious rooms and suites, riverfront spa, and local and organic cuisine. Stunning natural beauty and modern touches work in perfect harmony to create a vacation that is simply magical.

Source: madiganpratt.com. 

 

About Ellen Barone: Consumer travel journalist Ellen Barone is the founder and publisher of TravelUpdatesbyEllenBarone.com and YourLifeIsATrip.com. She’s currently at work on her first book - I COULD LIVE HERE

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