Dominica featured in luxury magazine Robb Report

The April issue of upscale lifestyle magazine Robb Report features Dominica as an ideal yachting destination.  The 10-page feature entitled “The Caribbean’s Last Best Secret” features key yachting stakeholders Andrew ‘Cobra’ O’Brien of Cobra Tours and Yacht Services and Hubert Winston of Dominica Yacht Services.   Secret Bay Resort, Cabrits Resort & Spa Kempinski and Jungle Bay Resort were also featured as properties which cater to the affluent traveler, and Dominica’s Safe in Nature programme received high commendation.

Dominica’s Safe in Nature managed experience seeks to provide visitors to the island with the assurance that their visit to Dominica will be in keeping with all the health and safety protocols to halt the spread of the coronavirus.  Visitors can book a stay at a certified Safe in Nature property while they await the results of their arrival PCR test.  During this period, visitors can visit select sites and attractions accompanied by certified tour guides and tour operators, in keeping with the health and safety protocols against COVID-19.

Robb Report magazine has a circulation of over 100,000 and over 600,000 social media followers. The link to the article can be found here:

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  1. click here
    April 15, 2021

    the majority of accommodations and tourism services here are lack lustre and speak nothing about luxury and opulence. In Dominica we have viery significant potential due to what nature has given us. We are a garden of eden. But our locals always find a way to cheapen our tourism products. some try their best, like Secret Bay, Jungle Bay, Pagua Rosalie (2 are local 2 are foreign). we have kempinski and a few more coming up. But what is already established, with the exception of fort Young as of late has been really sub standard. I cannot blame DDA as DDA has set the regulatons and standards, but Dominicans love doing what they want. They tell you not printed sheets on your beds, they do the opposite. On a friday night, we have a lack of quality food venues and social places to hang out. Most bars are just rum shops made from plywood and 2×4. Thank the nature that DOminicans do not take care of for our tourism. Denise want 200,000 STAY OVER by x time. There is nothing to keep them here.

  2. Viewsexpressed
    April 14, 2021

    Our Nature Isle Dominica has alot to offer with a wholly dedicated People and some of its well Cherished Respected Nature loving people and Nature Isle committed Professionals. Thanks 👍 to them who are exceptionally Thankful for their thought and vision in wanting to see our nature Isle elevated to this standard of living accommodating and appreciating the welcome of our visitors to our Nature Island.
    There needs to be alot of work to be done to elevate the beauty of our Nature’s Isle that our visitors would want to see. However, this failed incompetent Immature, visionless Labour Party Government has failed us willingly and hopelessly. There is so much to be done in the infrastructure, Socio-economic development and other matters of our people’s an States Development. Where is overall planning Development concept and who is to design and implement it that our people and country moves on in life. Well, this will not happen under this failed incompetent Questionable Labour…

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  3. Private Resort M Daniel
    April 14, 2021

    After this Secret Bay must be fully booked for month to come. Maybe the success affords the owner to either pay back the CBI money he received or the treasury should receive a nice dividend cheque as a major shareholder. Let’s wait and see…

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  4. Gary
    April 14, 2021

    It is all good to report such exposé for the Country coming from the Robb Report. As a follow-up, why don’t Discover Dominica Authority put an add-in the magazine. Why always wait for us to be discovered, when you should be reaching out to that niche market with an ad campaign, while having an ad in the magazine displays a good business practice. The magazine was not compelled to give us an exposé. There was no World Creole Festival last year and no Carnival this year why not use the money that was budgeted, use it in promotions of ads in other prominent prestigious travel magazines positioning The Country as a future destination after the Covid-19 crisis.

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  5. Roseau River
    April 13, 2021

    Good publicity for the country. Now capitalize on it please…. increased visitors, job creation, etc.

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  6. Toto
    April 13, 2021

    Oi, Piper did you ask Skerrit permission for these drone fellers to spy on the secrets of Scotts Head.?

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