The Caribbean is located in the Western part of the Atlantic Ocean. Including the islands, island groups and marine area of the Caribbean Sea, it has a land surface of 220.000 km². The Caribbean was named after the indigenous Caribs, who were found during the conquest of the Lesser Antilles by the Spanish.
Today, the tropical paradise is habitat of around 40 million people. Next to the Indigenous, Caribbean inhabitants foremost originate from African, European, Creole, Indian or Chinese countries. The main languages are Spanish with 70% and English with 24%. Additionally, French, Dutch, Creole and Caribbean are used in the daily life. With the tropic rainforest climate and average temperatures over 20 degrees, it is a popular destination for travellers.
From airy heights to way below sea level, the Caribbean has many natural spectacles to offer. The Pico Duarte, with 3098 meters the highest mountain of the Caribbean region, or the Belize Barrier Reef, the second biggest reef system in the world, are always worth a visit. Also the paradisiacal surroundings of the ABC islands Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao welcome you for a visit.
Contributing to sustainable tourism does not mean to renounce. By choosing an eco friendly hotel or resort and participating in one of the projects our Green Pearls®hotels are offering, you decide to spend your vacation in a different way and take home a sustainable experience. Green Pearls® offers you extraordinary, green hotels and resorts in the Carribean. We are all reponsible to protect our environment for the next generations.
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