Rainforest Alliance Launches Search Engine for Sustainable Travel Suppliers

Savvy travelers looking for sustainable vacation options in the Caribbean and Latin America can now find them by logging on to SustainableTrip.org, an online search engine launched this week by the Rainforest Alliance.

SustainableTrip.org is a database of hotels, tour operators, and other businesses (such as restaurants) in Latin America and the Caribbean that have been certified by a sustainable tourism certification program, verified by the Rainforest Alliance, or recommended as being sustainable by a reputable organization.

The site is available in three languages – English, as SustainableTrip.org; Spanish, as ViajeSostenible.org; and French, as VoyageResponsable.org.

Visit www.rainforest-alliance.org.
 

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