Cabrits Resort & Spa Kempinski Launches Inter-Island Air Service

Sheltered from mass tourism, the island of Dominica has long been one of the Caribbean’s best-kept secrets. For those in the know, it’s popular among divers, snorkelers and outdoor enthusiasts. The good news: It’s now easier than ever to visit the island thanks to new inter-island air service available exclusively for guests of the highly anticipated Cabrits Resort & Spa Kempinski Dominica.

Guests may currently select from two departure airports within the Caribbean: Antigua and Guadeloupe. Passengers will be welcomed aboard one of Tropical Aviation’s 10-seat Beechcraft King Air 200. The short, convenient flight to Dominica will offer photo-worthy, low-level views while ensuring that guests arrive in luxury and style. A private SUV transfer will round out the seamless arrival experience with white-glove, door-to-door service.

The roundtrip inter-island airfare is $250 per person; private SUV transfers are available at an additional cost.

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Opening October 14 and located on Douglas Bay on the northwest side of the island, the 151-room, five-star Cabrits Resort & Spa Kempinski Dominica offers access to explore the island’s countless waterfalls, natural hot springs and 365 rivers. Resort features include three restaurants serving local and international cuisine, an 18,000-square-foot spa, four pools surrounded by six beach cabanas, modern fitness facilities that includes two tennis courts, a children’s club and on-site water sports. More than 8,000-square-feet of events space, including three meeting rooms, a boardroom and an outdoor amphitheater, are also available for executive retreats, weddings and more.

Visit www.kempinski.com/en/dominica/cabrits-resort-kempinski-dominica.

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