Inside Coulibri Ridge, Dominica's Newest Eco-Friendly Luxury Resort

Guests can care for themselves and the island’s incredible natural beauty at this sustainability forward property.

A 285-acre resort perched atop a mountain ridge in southern Dominica, Coulibri Ridge is now welcoming guests to experience the perfect blend of luxury and sustainability. Known as the "Nature Island," Dominica is the rightful home for this 14-suite enclave that celebrates sustainability, respectful development, and community collaboration. Guests are invited to experience this distinct property with Coulibri Ridge's "Grand Opening Package," offering seven nights for the price of five, and available from November 1 through December 14, 2022.

Coulibri Ridge was designed to take advantage of the island's natural resources of sun, wind, and rain. The resort is powered by solar energy, supplemented by eco-friendly wind turbines. Rainwater is collected on the rooftops and then purified by ultraviolet light and copper ionization for use in guest suites and in the chlorine-free pools, as well as irrigating the tropical gardens and orchard.

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Using the sun and wind for power, as well as the rainwater for use in rooms and pools, Coulibri Ridge is a beacon of sustainability. | Coulibri Ridge

Guest rooms are artfully decorated with recycled teakwood from the local region. The resort's exterior was meticulously designed to withstand the harsh conditions of hurricanes, earthquakes, and humidity, while integrating into the natural landscape.

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The stylish villa interiors are bested only by the surrounding natural beauty. | Coulibri Ridge

The residential-style suites at Coulibri Ridge are available in multiple configurations ranging from 600 to 1,000-sq. ft. All include spacious accommodations with full kitchens and outdoor terraces that offer stunning views. 

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A pair of infinity pools offer stunning views of the "Nature Island." | Coulibri Ridge

Resort amenities include two infinity pools, a gym, yoga pavilion, and onsite spa.  Trained staff members lead walking tours throughout the property including 18th century estate ruins. Two dining rooms, Mesa and Vista, offer menus featuring produce that is grown right on the property to further support the resort's sustainability initiatives.

Quebec-born entrepreneur Daniel Langlois designed Coulibri Ridge to operate as a modern, self-sufficient eco-resort that supports the local community and offers opportunities for residents to become part of its success.