Some good press for the region
Well known for its combination of sustainable tourism and fabulous
destinations the Caribbean countries are ready to take relaxation and
experience to another level
In this edition of Vision Expressed, we concentrate on the Caribbean
for very good reasons.
Firstly the Caribbean countries have been at the forefront of the
sustainable tourism movement for many years now. More than most, they
realize just how critical the whole sustainable ethos is to their
survival as one of the world's great tourism destinations.
Secondly they know just how much sustainability can help to drive their
innate hospitality and heartwarming welcomes to another level in their
quest to delight visitors.
Thirdly, each and every Caribbean tourism professional, at every level
in the industry, has a deep desire to deliver the very best in service
to inspire wonderfully relaxed stays and sustainability is the only way
to ensure this.
Finally, more than many destinations, community tourism offers are both
integral to the Caribbean tourism product and fundamental in dividing
the benefits of tourism.
In this issue you will find:
A wonderful feast of events and festivals: the wide variety of summer
> , the Festival
de mar in Anguilla <http://www.travelmole.com/stories/1148685.php
the festive performance of the Caribbean's rising tourism stars
Superb accommodation, food and hospitality: the Bougainvillea Beach
energy initiative <http://www.travelmole.com/stories/1148686.php
Dominica's culinary award
> , Suriname's
Grenada's BIG breakfast
Sensational sites and attractions include: the Montserrat museum
> , all the
Caribbean's world heritage sites
> , whale watching in
> , trekking by
air in Barbados <http://www.travelmole.com/stories/1148693.php
> and an
unusual sugar museum in Trinidad and Tobago
> and heritage tourism in
And to keep all this state of the art a swathe of projects and
initiatives including: the Travel Foundation
> , Spice Ambassadors
> , Disaster Management
> , Caribbean Energy
> and community
tourism development. <http://www.travelmole.com/stories/1148700.php
Truly a warm sunny sustainable feast!
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