Coulibri Ridge, a resort that opened that opened two year ago on Dominica, is offering a seven-night Immersive Serenity package that combines spa, movement and mindfulness with the island’s sulphur springs and waterfalls.
The Immersive Serenity package begins each morning with a rotating schedule of 45- to 60-minute, guided-movement and meditation sessions in the open-air yoga pavilion with views of Martinique. Afterward, guests will be offered a breakfast that features fruits harvested from the on-property orchard as well as plant-based options such as a cauliflower omelet with shitake mushroom bacon.
After-breakfast transfers to a nearby off-property location will offer guests an activity of their choice, such as a waterfall immersion, a natural sulphur bath created by the island’s volcanic core, a breathing-focused hike, a reflective paddleboarding session in Soufriere-Scott’s Head Marine Reserve, or an underwater snorkeling discovery trail. Each activity is approximately two to three hours long. Afterwards, guests will be treated to a farm-to-table lunch back at the resort.
In the afternoon, guests will have access to Coulibri Ridge’s spa with their choice of treatments such as a tension-reducing Chi Nei Tsang massage or Tibetan bowl healing sound massage. Other island-inspired options include a calming relaxation massage with local organic oils, a body scrub made from native ingredients and the spa’s signature volcanic Soufriere clay wrap. A gourmet three-course meal rounds out the evening.
• Related: Sustainability-focused Coulibri Ridge opens its doors
The fully customizable Immersive Serenity Package starts at $2,500 per person based upon double occupancy and $4,250 for solo travelers. Couples and parties of two taking part in the package may create individualized programs by selecting treatments and activities based on their personal preferences. The package also includes three meals daily, including a four-course dinner upon arrival; nonalcoholic beverages; and roundtrip airport transfers.
Located on the island’s southernmost point, Coulibri Ridge sits on 285 acres and includes 14 suites, two infinity pools, two dining rooms, a yoga pavilion, a spa and two boardrooms. Sustainability is a prime focus of the resort, which generates its own water and power and is not connected to any municipal grid.
Source: Read Full Article