Though small in size (436-sq.-miles), Martinique boasts a whole world of natural wonders, making it one of the Caribbean’s top eco destinations. This is why Martinique was named best Eco Island by the Caribbean World Magazine. Two-thirds of Martinique is protected parkland, and the whole island offers visitors great opportunities to hike or ride through an amazing variety of natural landscapes.
Martinique’s well-maintained network of 20 hiking trails take travelers through fields, beaches, bays and mountainous rainforest terrain. If your clients prefer not to go on foot, there are other ways to enjoy Martinique’s natural beauty. The island offers ample facilities for horseback riding and mountain biking trails, as well as guided tours through beaches, sugarcane fields, and the rainforest. For example, the island’s cruise guests are welcomed to explore the lush magnificent Emerald Estate, which is located in Morne-Rouge. The estate features nearly four miles of walking trails through the rainforest.