Welcome to the Arnavon Islands
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The pristine environment and the opportunity to see hawksbill turtle hatchlings at any time of the year is drawing an increasing number of tourists to the Arnavon Islands. Some of the visitors to the Arnavons arrive on cruise boats, while others have made their own arrangements with the ACMP committee and local tourism operators. Visitor fees paid to the ACMP are helping to cover some of the costs of maintaining this unique area. Residents from communities such as Kia are also benefiting from Arnavons visitors, with women finding a new market for their handicrafts. If you are interested in visiting please click here for more information.
Where are the Arnavons?
Photograph by (c) Tim Calver