Can medical tourism be responsible?

The islands of St. Kitts and Nevis (population 50,000) is the mother colony of the British Caribbean islands. In the early 17th century the native population was exterminated by French and British settlers and they developed the islands with tobacco plantations and then sugar (Thomas Jefferson’s great-great grandfather owned a sugar estate). For a while …

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It’s a brilliant way to support the GiG farm, to learn about the local food culture and to enjoy a fabulous half day out of the hotel

I recently spent 2 weeks in the Gambia looking to develop some new products and events for our customers.  My main objective is to bring sustainable tourism to life in a fun way in charter destinations and to engage with as many of our customers as possible.  A great way to do this in the …

Continue reading It’s a brilliant way to support the GiG farm, to learn about the local food culture and to enjoy a fabulous half day out of the hotel