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Brion H. Profile Brion H.
Portland, OR

Website: Help Save Earth

"Looking for remote islands, nice beaches, good weather and eco-tourism adventures"

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Recent Reviews

Kosrae State Museum - 6/9/2019 - "Unfortunately, my experience was not very good. The sign said Open, but the doors were locked. I was told to go through the back entrance to get to the museum. I also had to leave through the back office area, as the doors were never opened up. As for the museum, it is very outdated, with some displays being broken. The information was interesting, but all of the information could probably be found online (or should be available online). If you go with low expectations, then it is worth the trip."

Green Banana Paper - 6/3/2019 - "They have a full operation that takes discarded banana trees, trims them down into strong fibers, then turns it into paper pulp that is used to create sheets of paper that are cut into wallets and business cards. Zero waste operations that produces vegan-friendly gifts and supports local jobs on Kosrae. A must see on your trip!"

Jungle Bay Resort and Spa - 12/21/2013 - "Cottages are amazing, like living in a real tree house in the jungle. You feel like you are in the middle of nowhere, but you have all the amenities you need (great bed and shower, excellent food and drinks, tour guides and transportation to places you need to go). They are very eco-friendly, so you can feel good about staying here. If you are thinking of coming to Dominica, stay here and have them pick you up from the airport. You don't need a rental car (wish we didn't get one), and they have many activities planned every day for you to choose. They drive you there, and show you around. The tour guides are excellent and are from Dominica. They even drove us to the health clinic and pharmacy to get a prescription at no cost. Jungle Bay is trying to help the local community, so by staying here, you are also supporting the community and the environment."

Dominica - 2/7/2014 - "The people were very friendly, and the lack of commercialization was more enjoyable than I expected. Would definitely come back again."

Culebra - 1/1/2012 - "Amazing beaches! Friendly people. Great food and atmosphere! Easy to get around ($3 per person to Flamenco Beach from ferry drop-off). Best part of our Puerto Rico trip!"

Vieques - 12/31/2011 - "Great beaches and people! The locals would offer to pick us up if we were walking, and always offered that we could call them if we had any problems. Wild horses on the roads were cool to see. Signs are lacking in many areas, so ask for directions. You'll need a rental car to get around if you want to see the entire island. Esperanza has the best restaurants (on the Malecon). Must go to the bio bay! Amazing!"

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Vera H. wrote about Jungle Bay Resort and Spa:

"This is the place to stay at if you want a retreat to reunite with nature. To me, this was paradise. My body felt clean, mentally & physically after staying here for a week. You fall asleep to the soothing jungle noises & the ocean waves. After dark you can see almost every star in the sky. Wake up to beautiful sunrises & eat the freshest & most delicious food in the Caribbean. You can go on hikes through the jungle to see waterfalls and then relax in a hammock by the ocean or on your patio. Talk to the locals and learn about them & you will see why they are proud of their nature island. Jungle Bay gives you the ability to have all this, to feel comfortable in natural surroundings & be eco-friendly with such ease that you don't feel you are deprived of anything. Everything you need is right there. The entire staff is very friendly & are eager to make sure you are enjoying all that Dominica has to offer. Jungle Bay has arrived at the perfect formula for eco-luxury. Dominica is one of world's best kept secrets. Jungle Bay is the perfect place to explore & experience this unspoiled, natural gem of an island. You will feel like you are living a dream & will not want to ever leave.

SPECIALS

Group Tour to Trappist Monastery (2 Days and 1 Night)
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Top Reviewers (All)
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Brion H. 58 
Vera H. 12 
Kay J. 10 
Diane D. 10 
Angelica Louise A. 4 

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