The itinerary has been created by our local agency with one idea in mind: to inspire you. Every element can be adapted to your needs and interests, from duration to accommodation and activities.
At your arrival at the airport in Pointe-à-Pitre, a rental car will be at your disposal for the length of your trip. Thus, you can move freely and comfortably around the island. On your departure, drop off the vehicle at the airport.
Dinner and night at the hotel
At the port of Basse-Terre, go aboard in direction of the Îles Saintes, an archipelago of volcanic origin. Discover the natural and cultural riches of these islands: the natural reserve of Grand-Îlet and Morne Morel, the vestiges of the Sick Bay and the Fort Joséphine on the islet of Cabrit.
On the islet of Terre-de-Haut, visit the lighthouse in shape of a lean bow and the chapel; on the islet of Terre-de-Bas, pass by the vestiges of the pottery of Grand-Baie, the church of Saint-Nicolas, the lookout and the idyllic ponds of Etangs du morne Abymes.
Cruise aboard a catamaran to the natural reserve of the Archipelago of Petite-Terre. Your captain will turn into a cook for a delicious lunch with grilled fish. Once ashore, look for the famous iguanas into the heart of the island. A stop by the lagoon with its crystal clear water is the perfect moment for a refreshing bath!
Indulge in the sweetness of farniente on one of the dream beaches near your hotel and treat yourself with a relaxing day! Enjoy a dinner with a typical Creole family where you will taste delicious home-cooked specialties of the French Antilles.
Discover scuba diving and explore the protected and fascinating maritime flora and fauna of the natural reserve of Cousteau. In January and February, you may even hear from a distance the courtship song of the male humpback whales. Have lunch in a restaurant serving spicy Creole specialties. In the afternoon, head to the Cascade de la Lézarde amidst a lush tropical vegetation: the ideal spot for a refreshing bath!
Take a ferry ride to the Isle of Marie-Galante, an idyllic spot to grasp the history of the French Antilles. Stroll along Grand-Bourg, browse the colorful market, the church and the Habitation Murat, one of Guadeloupe’s first sugar refineries, as well as the eco-museum. Next, a local rum producer will welcome you in its distillery. After a delicious lunch, rest on a beautiful beach then take the ferry back to Grande-Terre.
Already time to say goodbye. You will drop off your rental car at the airport.
The price reflects this specific tour itinerary and is designed to give you an idea of the budget required for this destination. Throughout the trip-planning process, our local agency will tailor your itinerary around your budget.
|Price per person||£1,460|