By Kirk Elliott, Photographer and Sustainable Tourism Entrepreneur/Activist

It is accepted within economic circles that the Caribbean is the most tourism-dependent region in the world. It is also well-established that the Caribbean enjoys one of the lowest economic yields from tourism compared to other world regions. On the flip side of these worrisome facts more and more of today’s travellers are no longer interested in just sun, sea and sand, but instead are seeking authentic local experiences that introduce them to their destination’s unique . . .

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