Guadeloupe is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful islands of the Caribbean.
This pretty Butterfly-shaped island is formed of two lands connected by an arm of sea, it combines everything that one can dream of while visiting a tropical island.
Overlooked by the Soufriere volcano, Basse-Terre is a concentrate of tropical forest with its dense and varied vegetation its waterfalls and streams. On the beach side, this part of the island offers a variety of beaches with golden sand beaches like Grande Anse Deshaies, or intense black, on the Beach of Grande Anse Trois-Rivières.
Walkers and hikers will be spoiled for choice by starting on the many tracks along the coast, or sink into the mountains.
In contrast, Grande-Terre is a real limestone slab with drier and more scarse vegetation. But this "island" spreads its splendid beaches of white sand at the feet of turquoise seas revisiting all the palettes of the gradations of the blue color. It is the paradise of the farnienté with a guaranteed sun. A treat for those who want to indulge in sports and water activities of all kinds.
In order not to miss anything of this tropical paradise here are some sites that we think essential.
The Soufriere volcano, the Carbet waterfalls, the Dolé baths, the Vieux-Fort lighthouse, the Roches Gravées park, the Route de la Traversée, the Parc des mamelles, the Cousteau reserve, the mangrove swamp.
The islet of Gosier, the beach of Sainte-Anne, the beach of Port-Louis, the beach of Raisins clear, the Pointe des Châteaux, the Pointe de la Grande Vigie.