Dating in guadeloupe
Guadeloupe, 1 433 km2, 335.000 inhabitants, is made up of two islands.
Basse-Terre called, “The island of beautiful water,” by the ancient Caribbean tribe Karukera, and Grande-Terre.
A needed rest before scaling up the west coast, which will take you up to Morne Louis, where you can enjoy the view down over Basse Terre.
Merely 1 km after Morne Louis, in the direction of Pointe Pitre, you will get to the Parc des Mamelles.
The area is also a starting point for many a forest trail.
Not far from the Maison de la Foret the creek at Bras-David is an ideal location to take a dip and freshen up after a few hours driving.
The volcano La Soufrire with its forest covered peaks, dominates the island: a cathedral of green which descends to the sea.
Whether you are an export diver or are simply interested in finding out more about this sport, Guadeloupe offers you some beautiful sites that are each unique.
Tourists are drawn by the beaches and ideal climate.
The north of Grande Terre offers splendid views and beaches privy to mass tourism, which remains concentrated along the south coast.
You could be forgiven for believing that Pointe Pitre, the most developed city in Guadeloupe and which sustains the economic activity of the region is the capital of Guadeloupe.
Between Port-Louis (Plage du Souffleur) and Pointe de la Grande Vigie there are several beaches of note: l’Anse du Souffleur a few km from Port-Louis, (Don’t stop at the beach where the pay for park facilities are located, continue by car, passed the coastal cemetery on the coast, here the beaches are more natural and less busy); The Anse Laborde at 1,5 km. At the exit from the borough of Anse Bertrand to the south , the beach la Chapelle with its palms just a few metres from the water’s edge is the most frequented.
A self drive tour of about 35 km which is true to its French name which means, “The cross over road.”.