Corona Beer Brand Reveals Plans For Sustainable Private Island
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Corona, the popular beer brand, plans to open its own sustainable island in the Caribbean. The island will open in 2022.

Activities on Corona Island will focus on environmental protection and sustainable living.

Corona will focus on sustainability in every aspect. However, travelers can’t book a trip to the island just yet.

Anyone who wants to visit the island has two options to consider. Interested travelers may enter a contest for an all-expenses-paid trip to the island.

On Giving Tuesday, an auction conducted by CharityBuzz will include an all-expenses-paid trip for the winner and up to nine guests. Unfortunately for Americans, only non-US residents can win the week-long trip to Corona island.

Corona hasn’t yet said if travelers can book a visit through the usual methods.

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