Dream jobs: Airbnb is offering a sustainable sabbatical in The Bahamas – Stylist Magazine

Posted: January 30, 2020 at 10:50 am

Theyll also work with free diver Andre Musgrove to replicate The Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park ecosystem in other waters around the area, that have been overtaken by invasive species. They will learn from Omar Mcklewhite, a master gardener, about propagation techniques for the native trees and establish a bush tea farm on Eleuthera. They will also research native species, practice traditional pineapple farming and have a go at harvesting sea salt.

As The Bahamas rebuilds, its a privilege to work together with the Bahamas National Trust to support and shine a spotlight on a nation whose economies are benefited by tourism, said Chris Lehane, Senior Vice President of Global Policy and Communications of Airbnb.

To continue these efforts, were also pleased to sign a memorandum of understanding with the Ministry of Tourism to promote tourism to the country through Airbnb even beyond the Bahamas Sabbatical. This is a special place and anyone who has spent time on any of the islands that make up the nation is moved by the air, the sun, the beaches, the food, the communities and most of all the people.

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