In an effort to help people enjoy a break from the dark and gloomy January months, AirBnB are offering a dream trip, which also doubles as a sustainable holiday.
The travel experts are advertising for five would-be-islanders to live on the Bahamas and provide sustainable help to parts of the tropical island – whilst also enjoying the lush landscape and weather.
The sustainable sabbatical will run over April and May, with participants basing themselves on the islands of either Andros, Exumas, Eleuthera.
The once-in-a-lifetime opportunity will consist of helping to restore coral reefs in Andros, support Ethical Fishing in Exuma and promote traditional agriculture in Eleuthera.
The five winning applicants will get to experience all of the beautiful natural wonders of the Bahamas, which will include traveling around 700 small islands that make up the region, explore pink sand beaches, and visit the world’s largest ocean reef.
Applications for AirBnB sustainable sabbatical role will close 18 February, to apply visit AirBnB online.
For more information on the AirBnB sustainable sabbatical visit AirBnB online.