Whether you prefer white sand, black sand, brown sand, or pink sand… or beaches fringed with coconut palms or small secluded bays… the islands’ many bays include some very beautiful beaches: something for every taste. From Basse-Terre to Grande-Terre, from Les Saintes to La Désirade and including Marie-Galante, in all there are more than 400 km of beaches where visitors can escape in a paradise landscape.
Carnival is not only celebrated in Rio de Janeiro! Guadeloupe also has many carnivals within its traditions. For example, Gozieval in Le Gosier, or the Steel Band Festival in Trois-Rivières, and the not-to-be-missed Karnavalimass in Sainte-Rose and the Mardi Gras Grand Parade on Basse-Terre. Then there’s the Grand Bourg Federation Parade as well as that in Capesterre-Belle-Eau, between the land and sea to the sound of the gwo ka drum: Guadeloupe also moves to the sound of its celebrations.
It would be unthinkable to come to Guadeloupe without visiting one of its many natural reserves. From the Grand Cul-de-Sac Marine Reserve to the famous Commandant Cousteau Reserve, which is not to forget the Les Mamelles Zoological Park… With its 1800 plant species, 277 bird species and 39 km of coral reef, people come from the world over to experience and enjoy a special time in the heart of a protected ecosystem that is as surprising as it is fascinating.
Visitors to the archipelago can also explore its history. From Fort Napoléon with its panoramic view over Guadeloupe to Notre-Dame-de-Guadeloupe Cathedral with its baroque facade in dressed volcanic stone… from St Joseph de Vieux-Habitants Church considered the oldest religious building in Guadeloupe, to the famous Père Labat Tower in Baillif, historians and those who are simply curious about the past will find ample opportunity to travel back in time.
AN INVITATION TO A VOYAGE FOR ALL YOUR CUSTOMERS
Our islands will meet their every desire Here are nine suggested tours for your customers who want to make the most of their stay