Caribbean eco resorts and lodges are largely complemented by rainforests and the Caribbean Ocean. The hotels are located in pristine areas “off the beaten track.” And the accommodations are also set on cliffs overlooking nearby islands, towering mountains, and the sea. Nature tours by L’ EcoResorts introduce travelers to the innate features of the islands: pristine landscapes, endemic plants, and wildlife species.

Caribbean eco resorts and lodges are never far from a beach, a mountain, or a rainforest.

You can find Caribbean eco resorts and lodges on such islands as St Lucia, St Vincent, Dominica, the Bahamas, and Jamaica. These vacation rental homes and hotels will bring you up and close with the natural elements of the islands.

Referred to as ‘The Nature Island’, Dominica is one of the most unspoilt regions in the Caribbean. It may very well be the most pristine of them all. Tropical rainforests comprise about two thirds of the island. Over 1,200 plant species grow in these jungles. Lush and verdant vegetation, waterfalls, streams, lakes, and rivers are in great abundance on the island. Volcanic and oceanic activities are significant elements of natural Dominica.

The Morne Trois Pitons National Park is described by UNESCO as “Luxuriant natural tropical forest blends with scenic volcanic features of great scientific interest in this national park centred on the 1,342-m-high volcano known as Morne Trois Pitons. With its precipitous slopes and deeply incised valleys, 50 fumaroles, hot springs, three freshwater lakes, a ‘boiling lake’ and five volcanoes, located on the park’s nearly 7,000 ha, together with the richest biodiversity in the Lesser Antilles, Morne Trois Pitons National Park presents a rare combination of natural features of World Heritage value.”

Dominica eco resorts and green lodges offer every kind of island activities. These include hiking, whale watching, bird watching, and zip-lining.

Jamaica is called ‘The Land of Wood and Water’. It is the third largest island in the Caribbean. Natural attractions include Dunn’s River Falls in St Ann, YS Falls in St Elizabeth, the Blue Lagoon in Portland, the Seven Mile Beach in Negril, and the Cockpit Country in Trelawny. Jamaica abounds with forested areas, beaches, waterfalls, rivers, streams, caves, and cliffs. Portland and its locale Port Antonio is the largest residential natural part of Jamaica. Accommodations in the region tends to be eco-friendlier and guests can delve in an environment so serene, it differs from the hectic pace of Montego Bay, Ocho Rios, and Negril.

Jamaica Port Antonio eco resorts and lodges are strategically positioned close to the natural attractions on the island, from high mountains to cliff-sides to beach shores.

Comprising 700 islands and 2,400 cays, the Bahamas is ready made for beach and ocean exploration. The Bahamas has some of the world’s best beaches with refined white-sand, deep blue seas and warm ocean waters, and safe swimming areas. Diving in the Bahamas is highly coveted since some of the best dives sites and reefs are found here. And may we not skip island hopping excursions in the Bahamas. Each island is unique.

Bahamas eco resorts and lodges are located along stretches of palm-fringed beach shores and offer uninterrupted ocean views.

St Lucia has a topography of pure natural beauty. Known for its lush landscapes and innate resources, the island has in place protection and conservation initiatives. From its mountains with rainforests to its renowned Les Pitons, St Lucia will charm you.

St Lucia eco lodges and resorts are tucked away in rainforests, offering lush settings with a Caribbean Island flair.

St Vincent and the Grenadines together count 32 islands and cays. With that number of individual land masses, you will get to explore an array of flora and fauna. The Vermont Nature Trail is known to attract the endemic St Vincent parrot. To see marine species, visit Tobago Cays. And for some history, Fort Charlotte and Fort Duvernette will suffice.

Petit Private Island is home to the splendid St Vincent Eco Resort, which comprises 115 acres of rolling hills and sandy white beaches.

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