Other Amenities

Infinity Swimming Pool & Whirlpool

Jungle Bay’s stone-finished, infinity swimming pool is set below the Pavilion Restaurant overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Float in the crystal clear waters or relax on our cushioned classical lounge chairs while sipping your favorite tropical juice. The warm whirlpool is a relaxing place to sit under the night sky and pamper your muscles after a day of hiking.

Reception and Gift Shop

Jungle Bay’s reception and gift shop is a cabana-style, thatched structure designed in traditional Caribbean motif. Our friendly guest services team will welcome you, help you sign up for island tours or show you to our fair trade gift shop for high-quality, local art or other island-made items.

Recreation Hub /Activities Center

The spacious lounge includes complimentary internet access, pool table, table tennis table, board games and a book exchange. Fun for all ages.

Yoga Studios

Jungle Bay features two indoor yoga studios which are 2,500 square feet each featuring dramatic views of the Caribbean Sea. Daily yoga classes are hosted here as well as business events or other functions as needed.

Walking Trails

Jungle Bay is set amongst breathtaking tropical trees and flowers. Ask at the Reception and our Guest Services team will direct you to the self-guided walking trails where you can explore. Several other daily guided hikes and activities around the island are offered.

Banana Plantation

Dominica is famous for some of the most flavorful bananas in the world! Visit our own banana plantation and see the various stages of banana plants growing — located between the yoga studios and the spa.

Heritage Antiquities

The property which Jungle Bay sits upon is called Morne Acouma. It has a rich history and today still features interesting artifacts located near the spa. In the late 1800’s Morne Acouma was a famous lime plantation. Lauchlan Rose in the UK devised a method for preserving juice without alcohol and so he invented the world’s first concentrated fruit drink patented in 1867. During that time all merchant ships were required to travel with lemon or lime on board and thus Rose’s Lime Cordial was an important commodity which still lives on today as a refreshing beverage. The lime would be harvested from Morna Acouma, placed in buckets then travel down a series of pulley systems (in essence a zip line) to the waterfront below in Soufriere Bay where merchant ships would take the citrus fruit to London, England. When you visit Jungle Bay we invite you to stop and visit this fascinating heritage site and afterwards enjoy some refreshing fresh lime juice in the Pavillion Restaurant.

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