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In the unspoiled environment of the island of Dominica, you can find a spot that offers the comfort of a lodge in the middle of nature. Beyond Vitality is certainly worth spending the night if you love to see how man lives in harmony with...More
I spent 4 nights in this beautiful camp.
I would not want to go elsewhere. As rustic as comfortable. Really in the nature. The food is excellent and fresh+++. The hosts are lovely+++.
Although the camp is about 1 hour drive from the departure of...More
Beyond Vitality Nature Camp is a unique and simply gorgeous place! I really, really enjoyed my stay with the beautiful surroundings, the pure nature and the warm hospitality of Sara and Stephane.
Unique is also their "rainforest cuisine": I would travel again half around the...More
I stayed at Beyond Vitality for 3 nights and I really enjoyed it. I decided to sleep in the hammock to experience what it is to be 'within' nature. It was great to hear the sounds of the rain forrest overnight. Sara and Stephen make...More
Beyond Vitality is a lovely spot above Castle Bruce off the beaten path with a vary basic but comfortable and clean cabin option as well as a communal area for hammock camping. I was traveling by bicycle and I had to push a small section...More
Response from SaraSubero | Property representative |
Hello, yes we have a campground with kitchenette, shower facility and composting toilets. If you bring your own tent, it is $15 USD/person and if you'd like to stay in our hammock hut in our sleeping hammocks it is $25... More
Hello, yes we have a campground with kitchenette, shower facility and composting toilets. If you bring your own tent, it is $15 USD/person and if you'd like to stay in our hammock hut in our sleeping hammocks it is $25 USD/person.
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"If you take a hammock, make sure you take some long sleeves and pants; it can be quite chilly at night."