you find joy in the glint of sunshine on a rare and ancient fern, or the
sight of a Doctor Bird flicking and flashing as hummingbirds do, if you
love to breathe air unpolluted by man and cast your eyes on vast expanses
of lush greenery, then Jamaica is the island for you. Mountains, waterfalls,
rainforests, lodges, peaks and National Parks, you can even pole gently
upriver on a bamboo raft, slipping silently through the scenery in the same
manner that was used to transport produce. It was Errol Flynn, a great lover
of Jamaica (in every way), who saw the tourist potential in the Rio Grande
rafts back in the 50's and the 2 hour trip is popular to this day.
islands of the Caribbean offer tremendous diversity to those willing to
travel off the beaten track.. Safari tours have grown in popularity as travellers
enjoy guided trips into unspoilt terrain. In Barbados visitors discover
an unsuspected side to the island, while in St. Vincent the incredible crater
lake is a popular mountain destination. St. Lucia's rainforest, banana plantations
and bubbling sulphur puddles provide plenty of contrasts!
Hiking, biking and birdwatching is eco-tourism at its best - in tune
with nature and committed to safeguarding the environment for future generations
of locals and visitors.
The Caribbean Islands have some fabulous wild interiors that are great
to explore on foot especially with a trained guide...
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Caribbean. Click on the islands below to discover a Caribbean you never k existed!