Jungle Bay is one of the most beautiful boutique hotels in the world, which is located on the nature isle of the Caribbean. It is recognized as one of the Caribbean’s most successful adventure resorts and offers you favorable CBI opportunities to get a Dominica passport!
Jungle Bay offers to invest in a luxury sea view villa at the price of $255,000. Once your application is approved, you receive a deeded title to a villa + property and citizenship in Dominica.
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Jungle Bay has been featured in The New York Times, Huffington Post, CNN, Cosmopolitan Magazine, and many other famous editions. The resort got over 200 awards in various ratings.
The starting price is $255,000
7 days a year you can live there for free
The villa can be resold in the future. Mandatory retention period – 3 years
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Dominica’s passport is a profitable investment.
“In 2017, Dominica’s passport program was recognized as the best CBI program in a CBI Index study conducted by the Financial Times’ Professional Wealth Management magazine.” In 2021, Dominica has received the same score.
Dominica managed to find “the right balance between investors’ expectations, international security standards and, most importantly, the impact the Programme is having, directly or indirectly, on the people of Dominica,” according to the specialists at the Financial Times’ PWM magazine.
“Dominica is also an industry leader in its transparent and effective use of citizenship by investment donations,” according to the CBI Index reports.
Jungle Bay is a unique bamboo spa, yoga studio, conference room, restaurants and bars, swimming pools, water sports center, and diving adventures!
Jungle Bay is one of the few properties certified for sustainable tourism & quality standards with NISE — Dominica’s Nature Island Standards of Excellence. The hotel focuses on contributing to biodiversity conservation with minimal environmental disturbance.
The following are environmental efforts undertaken by this award-winning resort.
Jungle Bay features tastefully designed stone and hardwood villas overlooking the marine sanctuary of Scotts Head and Soufriere. Each building boasts a wide range of facilities, including air conditioning, bamboo furnishings, jungle bamboo spa bathroom with raindrop showerhead, spacious patio to lounge and enjoys the spectacular scenery, and many other benefits!
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An object of the purchase: The area of a square ground is 93 sq.m., and a villa (32 sq.m.), which is located on it. This is the lowest price for this type of object in Dominica
Investment amount: $255,000. This sum already includes additional costs, such as stamp duty
Resale: Possible after three years of retention. If the new owner also wants to get Dominica passport, he can do this after a five-year retention period
Yield: 30% of the resort’s profits are distributed among the investors
Obtaining a passport: Buying a share in Jungle Bay entitles you to get Dominica citizenship under the Dominica Citizenship-by-Investment Program
Jungle Bay is a perfect choice for those who want to preserve the environment and discover low-risk business opportunities for themselves!
Jungle Bay offers the lowest price for purchasing a villa along with a square of ground, a percentage of the resort’s annual income, a seven-day vacation in Dominica each year, and the opportunity to obtain one of the most popular passports in the world.
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2019 CBI Index: Dominica – Three Times Citizenship by Investment Champion
Thanks to the CBI (citizenship by investment) index, the best countries for obtaining citizenship and investment which have immigration programs are annually determined. In 2019, the index included 13 countries.