Martinique is named one of the New York Times’ 52 Places for Travelers to Visit in 2023.
The French Caribbean Island of Martinique has just been named by The New York Times to its prestigious list of recommended destinations for 2023. Each January, the publication selects 52 destinations (one for each week of the year) to highlight based on various themes.
This year the themes are food, culture and natural beauty. Martinique’s eco-friendly nature is emphasized thanks to the inclusion in UNESCO’s Man and Biosphere program for the island’s commitment to sustainable social and economic development as well as the majestic Mount Pelée and Pitons of North Martinique named on UNESCO’s Natural Sites list.
The Isle of Flowers’ rich flora and fauna and the spectacular. Yole boats are showcased as well.
“As Martinicans, we are privileged to be surrounded by a bounty of natural beauty and resources, so we’ve taken the necessary actions to preserve this heritage,” states Martinique Tourism Commissioner Bénédicte di Geronimo. We’re truly thrilled that our home is recognized for its many unique assets; that’s what we call our MartiniQualité.”
Martinique is accessible via American Airline’s nonstop service via Miami.