Waitukubuli by Sea
Embark upon an unforgettable day of off-shore adventure right from Secret Bay’s Tibay Beach. Guests are picked up by boat and journey to the northernmost point of the island, Capuchin, where the rough Atlantic Ocean visibly mixes with the smooth Caribbean Sea. Along the way, delight in a unique vantage point of Dominica’s natural splendors, inclusive of sea caves, dormant volcanic peaks and a waterfall that flows into the ocean. Stop at Split Rock, one of the island’s best snorkel sites, and observe its warm shallows, alive with vibrant color. Guests also have the option to round off the day with a deliciously-authentic Dominican meal at a local seaside restaurant.
This journey follows segments 13 and 14 of the Waitukubuli National Trail, the longest walking trail in the Caribbean. Meaning “Tall is Her Body,” Waitukubuli is the Kalinago name for Dominica, evocative of the island’s sharp contrast in elevation, and there is no better way to witness this topographical grandeur than this exclusive Secret Bay experience.