GUADELOUPE ON YOUR OWN BETWEEN BASSE-TERRE AND GRANDE-TERRE: FROM SHRIMP WATERFALL TO SAINTE-ANNE BEACH

  • Hamn

    Guadeloupe

  • Svårighetsnivå

    Måttlig

  • Typ

    Giro turistico, Naturrundtur, Bad

  • Pris

    Vuxna

    EUR39.0

  • Varaktighet i timmar

    5

  • Utflyktskod

    02XS

Description A comfortable transfer to discover the two main islands that make up Guadeloupe - Basse-Terre and Grande-Terre - from shrimp waterfall of the former to the white sandy beaches of the lively city of Sainte-Anne in the latter, where the waters of the Caribbean Sea await us.

What we will see
  • Basse-Terre: Shrimp waterfall
  • Grande-Terre: long white sandy beaches and sugar cane beaches 
  • Sainte-Anne, lively tourist destination: Craft village, open-air market selling fruit, spices and tropical flowers, its famous beach with fine sand



What we will do
  • We discover Guadeloupe island, a French overseas territory shaped like a butterfly and made up of two main islands - Grande-Terre and Basse-Terre separated by a stretch of sea, the Salée river.
  • The island of Basse-Terre, unlike what its name might suggest (i.e. low land), is actually mountainous and is home to the La Soufrière volcano, which is 1467 metres high and one of the highest reliefs in Guadeloupe. The area is covered in lush rainforest crossed by rivers and waterfalls. A 10 minute walk takes us to one of the most famous, the amazing Shrimp Waterfall (Cascade aux Écrevisses) fed by the Corossol river.
  • After the first part of the tour in Basse-Terre, we move on to Grande-Terre, which is mainly made up of flat limestone and characterised by long white sandy beaches and sugar-cane plantations. Thanks to its dryer weather, Grande-Terre is home to the main tourist centres in Guadeloupe including Sainte-Anne, a small town overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and know for its beaches.
  • We take a break to admire the beauties of this lively tourist destination including the Craft Village where local craftsmen showcase their products and the open-air market selling fruit, spices and tropical flowers along the seafront.
  • The perfect end of our tour is a stop at the beach in Sainte-Anne, characterised by fine sand perfect for swimming.

What you need to know
  • This tour is unguided