Environment

Homepage Slider, Immerse, Environment, Community, Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad & Tobago’s turtles: the old girls & the sea | Inspire

Community-based organisations have made Trinidad & Tobago the most important leatherback nesting site in the hemisphere. Caroline Taylor shares how, and why you must see these beautiful creatures up close

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Embark, Environment, United States, Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Guyana, Grenada

Turtle-watching in the Caribbean | Eco buzz

Learn about the best places to see leatherbacks, hawksbills, greens, olive ridleys, and loggerheads across the region — and some of the dedicated community organisations working hard to save them

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Arrive, Homepage Slider, Environment, Guyana

Guyana’s sacred passage | Offtrack

Annette Arjoon-Martins takes us into Guyana’s Barima Mora Passage — part of the Amazon ecoregion, home to unspoilt mangrove, an array of endangered species, and thriving Indigenous culture — and shares why she and her team are working so hard to protect it

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Arrive, Travel, Environment, Cuba, Suriname, Curacao, Cayman Islands, Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, St. Lucia, Guyana, Montserrat, The Bahamas, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, Antigua and Barbuda

Go wild | Round trip

Soaring mountains, rushing rivers and waterfalls, rainforests teeming with life, and savannahs stretching to the horizon — the Caribbean has so many amazing natural landscapes to explore. What better time to experience the life-giving adventures of the great outdoors?

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Engage, Environment, Food and Cuisine

Nature’s Bread | Green

It’s delicious, nutritious, and popular across the Caribbean. Even so, breadfruit — brought to the region from the Pacific more than two centuries ago — is still underappreciated for its potential role in increasing regional food security, and helping to green our cities. Erline Andrews learns more

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Engage, Environment, Community, The Bahamas

All creatures great and small | Inspire

Last September, Hurricane Dorian devastated the lives of thousands in the Bahamas — and not just the human residents of the Abaco Islands and Grand Bahamas, but their pets as well. As Erline Andrews learns, in the aftermath of the storm, animal welfare organisations have stepped in to save hundreds of domesticated animals and reunite them with their owners

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