Dive Dominica and Castle Comfort!!!
Do any of these activities interest you?? Scuba , Bird watching, Water skiing, Sailing, Snorkeling, Night Entertainment, Moun- tain Walking and a wonderful time with fellow USA members, a time to remember !!!!
RESERVE THESE DATES July 29 – August 5, 2000 !!!!
Dominica is situated at the northern end of the Windward Chain of the Lesser Antilles. It is the largest of these island groupings, lying between the two French islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe. Dominica’s secret beauty is perhaps its greatest asset, for it seems to have been
caught in the web of time, trapped with that serenity and exotic landscape that is truly rare in today’s developed countries.
Under water is as spectacular as above. The unexplored coral reefs, dramatic drop- offs and wrecks offer spectacular world class diving possibili- ties and visibility of 80 plus.
Seahorses are often spotted www.castlecomfortdivelodge.com
Some Tour information!! Photo Safari Tours:
Carib Indian Reservation – where the last surviving Caribs live. Emerald Pool- a grotto deep in the heart of a rain forest, waterfall . T r a f a l g a r T r i p l e W a t e r f a l l s , S u l p h u r Springs and Fresh Water lake - a natu- ral lake at the foot of Mt. Macaque of source of their hydro power. Bird Watching to see the endangered and protected Sisserou (national bird) and Jacquot Parrots and the foothills of Morne Diablotin – the highest mountain in Dominica. Hiking:
Boiling Lake 45 minute drive to Laudat and then a 4hr walk through the Valley of Desolation. Middelham Frails, “Stinking Hole” where a cave of bats have made their nest. Fresh Water and Boeri Lakes – Hike up to lookout point Boating
Round Trip Air Fare to Dominica 8 days, 7 nights, 5 days diving One night dive, unlimited beach dives Breakfast and dinner daily Taxes, transfers and tips
3 hr trip to Scottshead 6 hr trip to Portsmouth Day trip to neighboring island of Les Saintes
Trip Leader – Mary Field
Join your fellow divers on 5 days of 2 tank dives, plus unlimited beach diving, the rich sites offering vertical walls, shallow coral gardens, and unusual marine life.