UNESCO has added the entire island of Martinique to its World Network of Biosphere Reserves, which promotes biodiversity conservation and sustainable development.
Known as the “island of flowers,” Martinique offers travellers an experience like none other in the Caribbean.
An overseas department of France in the Lesser Antilles, the island is famous for its colourful flora, lush mountains, tropical forests, and stunning coastline — but what really sets it apart is the distinct mix of Creole and French cultures that can be felt everywhere from the warmth of its people to its cuisine, music, and monuments.
No matter where your journey takes you, you’ll see for yourself why Martinique is nicknamed “the island of returners”—those who’ve been simply can’t resist going back!
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See more in this week's videotorial courtesy of the Martinique Tourism Authority!