At the top
Our Old Lady (Vyé Madanm La, in Creole) culminates at 1467 meters above sea level. You will begin your ascent of the Soufrière volcano in the tropical forest where the excess of vegetation makes you feel small. The higher you climb, the more luxuriance will give way to lunar landscapes. At the summit, you will feel the volcano alive. The muffled noise, fumaroles and yellow sulfur deposits make this hike an unforgettable experience.
In the heart of the National Park of Guadeloupe, the Carbet Falls are the highest of the islands of Guadeloupe. The water falls 115 meters to finish its course in a natural circus grandiose. To make this spectacle accessible to the greatest number, a path leading to the second fall is arranged. Count 20 minutes of walk to attend the magical spectacle of nature.
Tree Climbing in the tropics
Gain height, equipped and then initiated by a monitor, set off to conquer the rainforest, but this time from the treetops. With its courses organized according to the level of difficulty, dare the adventure from branch to branch. The Acomats boucans, the Courbarils and other big-leaved chestnut trees will be your neighbors for this strong experience. Le Tapeur has even thought of the little ones with a dedicated course.
Parc des Mamelles
The zoo of Guadeloupe has 85 different species. In a natural park blooms, you will meet the racoon, it is somehow our mascot. Turtles, iguanas and colorful birds will delight the youngest. Take advantage of the walk on the canopy to see the evolved animals from above. The most organized will be able to meet the park's caretakers at 12:00 and 3:30 pm.
Pointe des Châteaux
For this fifth day, we take you to Grande-Terre. At the end of the end... The rocky peaks protruding into the sea take all their splendor when you observe them from the cross. Indeed, after a 2 km walk along the sea and then climbing the point, your efforts will be rewarded by a breathtaking view. You will take the measure of our archipelago because you will be able to see all the islands and the most attentive will perhaps see whales...
You thought you were at the end at the Pointe des Châteaux, we take you even further! La Désirade is the "secret spot" of the archipelago. A geological reserve of semi-precious stones, a nature reserve of Petite-Terre, La Désirade is very well preserved. It is therefore at a moment of total abandonment that this island invites you. On your way to the plateau, you will discover all the shades of blue that the lagoons have to offer and don't forget to taste the cashew punch (in moderation, of course).