DDA launches Staycation 2017

Discover Dominica Authority officially launched Staycation 2017.

Staycation packages have been offered since 2011 and seek to encourage Dominicans to patronize local properties and rediscover their country.
Through the Staycation programme it is anticipated that hotel occupancy will be improved during the traditionally slow period from June – September.

This year, nine certified properties will offer Staycations, proposing a wide range of activities to include whale watch tours, day passes, discounted spa services, discounted accommodation packages and meal rates. Participating properties are Anchorage Hotel, Whale Watch and Dive Centre, Atlantique View Resort, Calibishie Cove, Citrus Creek Plantation, Dive Dominica/Castle Comfort Lodge, Fort Young Hotel, Rosalie Bay Resort, Tamarind Tree Hotel and The Champs Hotel, Restaurant and Bar.

The Staycation brochure will be available on www.DiscoverDominica.com.

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  1. Me
    May 11, 2017

    Taxing people heavily for daring to leave our country should help. Has Dominica become a jail?

    • annoyed
      May 11, 2017

      what do you people understand by the TAX WAS NOT RAISED!!!!! Our departure tax still remains the same (the lowest in the caribbean at 45.00 EC for locals and 59.00 for visitors. Jeez.

      • Anonymous
        May 12, 2017

        Why did DNO withdraw their article without explanation and why did Matt Peltier not explain anything about that and why did the government not announce a denial?

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