Key Assets of the Caribbean

Culture, healthcare or accommodation…Students in the Caribbean have access to numerous benefits and discounts. Make the best of it!

One of the characteristics that makes the Caribbean an exceptional place is its natural environment that is often described as a “postcard”.

How about spending your time at the beach on the fine Caribbean sand with a breathtaking view of the ocean? You will be able to discover many sports that delight young Caribbean people such as handball, volleyball and football. Did you also know that one of the most popular sports in the region is cricket? It’s highly recommended that you attend one of these matches!

Young people living in the Caribbean can also seek assistance to travel to other Caribbean destinations through various initiatives. If you are from the French overseas territories, you have access to the Youth Initiative Plan, or you can register for student mobility aid with the Regional Council of your area. Of course, this would mean accomplishing certain objectives and results related to your mission in the Caribbean destination to which you’re travelling. 

Like everywhere in the world, being a young adult in the Caribbean has its advantages. Preferential rates are offered to 18-30-year-olds for museums, cinemas and many other activities. Airlines also offer special fares.

You wouldn’t want to miss the opportunity to discover eco-tourism in the Caribbean Basin!

  • The mud bath volcano tour in Sulphur Springs, Saint Lucia is an exciting foray into the volcanic world. In the middle of the two Piton mountain peaks, visitors can access this natural spa.
  • Haiti is one of the main exporters in the world of vetiver, an essential oil used to make some of the most exquisite fragrances. There’s also the luxurious Haitian Vetiver perfume developed by the Swiss company, Givaudan. 
  • Barbados is one of the main users of electric vehicles in the world.

These are only a few examples of the great potential of the region that Edu-Carib will highlight in upcoming articles.

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