Sustainable travel in the Caribbean: How to holiday consciously

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Sustainable travel in the Caribbean: How to holiday consciously

Lunches of plantain bowls and pulled-pork and cassava pancakes are dished up the café, all served against the backdrop of Barbados’s green interior. It’s their cultural legacy this organisation protects and shares with visitors in its half-day traditional bomba dance workshop with live drumming. All entrance and tour fees support the reserve, and provide reliable income for this unique corner. Days here are filled with nature hikes, river swims and tucking into delicious cooked meals, fuelling up to climb nearby Pico Duarte, the tallest peak in the Caribbean. Now read:The best beaches in the CaribbeanThe best beaches in the Caribbean Condé Nast Traveller Partnership The best beaches in the Caribbean10 sustainable destinations we'd love to visit in 2021Advertisement10 sustainable destinations we'd love to visit in 2021 Inspiration 10 sustainable destinations we'd love to visit in 2021Barbados: a new sense of identity

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