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The Invisible Island – Cuba’s Isle of Youth

New York TimesThe Sunday (January 7, 2018) print edition of the New York Times (Travel Section) features Cuba’s little-known Isle of Youth, the 7th-largest island in the Caribbean but virtually unknown. The article, by Tony Perrottet, is an in-depth travelogue based on a visit to the island during July 2017 with Ocean Doctor president, Dr. David E. Guggenheim. The Isle of Youth contains vast marine reserves, beautiful coral reefs and upland forests and is now the focus of most of Ocean Doctor’s research and conservation work. If you’re interested in visiting this mysterious island, join us for a rare and unforgettable visit to the island where you’ll experience a behind-the-scenes look at our projects protecting coral reefs while creating new economic opportunities for the residents of its coastal communities. Read the New York Times article online

Cuba's Isle of YouthTravel With Us. It’s the seventh-largest island in the Caribbean, but barely known: Cuba’s beautiful and mysterious Isle of Youth. Learn about our work on this remarkable island and join us for a rare and unforgettable visit to the island where you’ll experience a behind-the-scenes look at our projects protecting coral reefs while creating new economic opportunities for the residents of its coastal communities.

Learn more about our work featured in the New York Times.