6 Keys to Conservation

Currently, six of the seven sea turtle species are classified worldwide as threatened or endangered. At Rosalie Bay, we believe in turning obstacles into opportunities and strive to conserve the sea turtle population. Every year, we welcome three species of endangered turtles to our black sand beach and take extreme care to respect their natural […]

Newly Painted Bus Stop & Riverside Wall

When there’s a project at Rosalie Bay, we’re always pleasantly surprised by our guests, visitors and island friends who are eager to lend a helping hand. Bus Stop Instead of simply adding a coat of fresh paint to our bus stop, our volunteers enhanced the building with bright colors and intricate designs. A group from […]

Rosalie Bay Welcomes CHC Nexus

For some, Rosalie Bay can be an thrilling, eco-friendly vacation destination. For others, our wellness resort is a place of education and field-learning. We love welcoming students from local classes as well as international programs to visit Rosalie Bay and immerse themselves in a world of nature, energy conservation, turtle protection and environmental initiatives. Cape Henry Collegiate’s Nexus Global Studies […]

“Shellebrating” World Turtle Day

On World Turtle Day, we had a simply magical time sharing our passion for turtles with the community. NET (Nature Enhancement Team) Director, Simon George, and Rosalie Bay Activities Coordinator, Judy Joyce, visited two local primary schools on Monday. The duo began with an overview on their relationship with sea turtles and the environment. Then, […]

A Library is Born

Great news for Dominica: Goodwill Primary School’s first library has opened! In partnership with Hands Across the Sea, we’ve helped fund this first-class lending library, and the school’s 650 students are rejoicing. The library offers classics like Nancy Drew, The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Clifford, as well as non-fiction books and encyclopedias. To accommodate everyone’s […]

Delices Preschool visits Rosalie Bay

We are excited to share that a wonderful group of pre-schoolers, siblings, parents and teachers from Delices recently visited us at Rosalie Bay Resort. It was such a special treat for us to host these visitors for a day of fun at our wellness resort! The children had a blast exploring our property and gardens […]

Dominica Disaster Relief Fund – Tropical Storm Erika

While we are thankful Rosalie Bay Resort sustained relatively moderate damage, Tropical Storm Erika left a catastrophic aftermath on the island. Nine communities on Dominica have been declared Special Disaster Areas and need your help. One of nine declared disaster areas on Dominica (Photo via Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit) How You Can Help Dominica Rosalie Bay Resort has […]

Standing Strong After Tropical Storm Erika

Rosalie Bay Resort has weathered the wrath of Tropical Storm Erika that struck Dominica last week. Guests who were visiting with us during the storm have been safely transported from the resort. While we are thankful the resort sustained relatively moderate damage, Tropical Storm Erika left a catastrophic aftermath on the island. We are praying for the hardest […]

Celebrating World Turtle Day

World Turtle Day at Rosalie Bay Resort On Saturday, May 23, 2015 students of Morne Jaune and Grand Fond Primary Schools climbed onto a school bus headed to Rosalie Bay Resort. 30 students, between the ages of 8 and 10, celebrated World Turtle Day with Simon George, our sea turtle expert from NET Rosalie. Learning […]

World Turtle Day 2015

World Turtle Day May 23, 2015 marks World Turtle Day. Created in 2000 by the American Tortoise Rescue, World Turtle Day is recognized around the world “to help people celebrate and protect turtles and tortoises and their disappearing habitats around the world.” Home to the first sea turtle conservation efforts on Dominica, our eco-resort has an ongoing […]