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Visit Basse-Terre in Guadeloupe - the river at the grivelière



Guadeloupe is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean. This pretty butterfly formed by two islands linked by an arm of the sea combines all that one can expect when dreaming of visiting a tropical island
Swimming in a black sand beach - Grande Anse Trois Rivières beach



Dominated by the Soufrière volcano, Basse-Terre is a concentrate of tropical forest with its dense and varied vegetation and its waterfalls and streams as far as the eye can see. On the beach side, this part of the island offers a variety of beaches whose sand takes on the color of gold on beaches such as Grande Anse Deshaies, or intense black on the beach of Grande Anse Trois-Rivières. Walkers and hikers will be spoiled for choice by setting off on the many trails that run along the coast or go deep into the mountains
Practice nautical activities in Guadeloupe - Sport stay



On the other hand, Grande-Terre is a real limestone cake with drier and less vegetation. But this "island" spreads its splendid white sandy beaches at the foot of turquoise seas revisiting all the palettes of the color blue. It is the paradise of idleness with a guaranteed sun. A delight 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 are not to be missed.



In Basse-Terre:



The Soufrière volcano, the Carbet falls, 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

In Grande-Terre:



The islet of Gosier, the beach of Sainte-Anne, the beach of Port-Louis, the beach of Raisins Clairs, the Pointe des Châteaux, the Pointe de la Grande Vigie

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For those who have more time, a trip to the outlying islands of Les Saintes, Marie Galante or La Désirade, are other opportunities to fully enjoy the authentic charm of the islands