The Joys Of Sustainable Tourism In Jamaica

07/05/2017 | Jamaica,

When you visit Jamaica, it’s not difficult to see that the island is blessed with an abundance of natural wonders. No, the challenge is…where to begin?

The people at Two Monkeys Travel Group have posted an article on their website that can help guide you to some of the island’s natural treasures.

It’s an extensive article that begins with the best places to check out Jamaican wildlife and bird watching. From there, it moves on to highlight some of Jamaica’s best beaches, including Frenchman’s Cove and Long Bay Beach. There’s talk of waterfalls and river rafting. The article addresses Jamaican agriculture before citing a handful of hotels using sustainable practices.

The article features links that let you find out things to do and see in Port Antonio, Ocho Rios and Portland in even greater.

Sustainable tourism is all about protecting natural and cultural wonders, and this article is a great starting point for how you can help do that—while having the time of your life—in Jamaica. To read the article, click here.

(“Dunn’s River Falls.” Photo by Yannick Lyn Fatt is licensed under CC BY 2.0)

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