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Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul Guadeloupe

Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul Guadeloupe

The Iron Cathedral otherwise known as the Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul is located in Pointe-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe. It was built in 1871 with its bolted iron ribs nicely exposed the beauty of the design. It is a refreshing way to explore southern G
Ilet à Cabrit

Ilet à Cabrit

A small islet facing the beautiful island of Terre de Haut is known as Ilet a Cabrit in Les Saintes Guadeloupe. Ilet a Cabrit irregular shape and surprisingly barren landscape posses some of the most beautiful beaches to enjoy

Morne du Chameau

Morne du Chameau

Rising to a height of about 1,000 ft, Morne du Chameau is the hightest point on Terre-de-Haut, Guadeloupe. Situated on the southern edge of a beautiful bay, Morne de Chameau is bordered by Morne Mire and Morne Morel. Oth

Place du Champ d’Arbaud

Place du Champ d’Arbaud

Located at the edge of Guadeloupe’s National Park, La Place du Champ d'Arbaud is situated at the feet of La Soufrière, Basse-Terre. Place du Champ d'Arbaud is Basse-Terre main square where you will see the

Explore the Colonial Buildings in Guadeloupe

Explore the Colonial Buildings in Guadeloupe

 Guadeloupe is a tropical French Caribbean island with an amazing landscape of white sandy beaches, turquoise waters, waterfalls, hot springs, volcanic mountains to explore and beautiful forests. For this reason, diving an

Fort Napoléon

Fort Napoléon

Overlooking a beautiful bay on the amazing isle of Terre-de-Haut in Guadeloupe, Fort Napoléon stands as the perfect reflection and masterpiece of this Caribbean island’s French heritage. Built in the 17thcentury, the original Fort Napoleon was de
Grande Anse on Terre-de-Bas

Grande Anse on Terre-de-Bas

Guadeloupe is an exceptional blend of French, African and tropical cultures. Located in the eastern part of the Caribbean Sea, just between Antigua and Dominica, the Guadeloupe group of islands is a wonderful destination for you and your family to v
Baie-Mahault

Baie-Mahault

Guadeloupe is one of the few Caribbean islands that dwell on its rich African and French heritage. Baie-Mahault is the second most populated community on the Basse-Terre Island. The community is also known as the land of the mangroves. This is where
La Desirade Island – Valley of the Rivière

La Desirade Island – Valley of the Rivière

The islands of the Guadeloupe are a collection of five islands. Located in the middle of the Caribbean basin, the islands of the Guadeloupe provide the curious traveler with an exceptional natural environment to have fun. Among the sandy beaches, tu
Grande-Anse – Grande Montagne

Grande-Anse – Grande Montagne

The butterfly shaped islands of Guadeloupe is actually two set of islands called Basse-Terre and Grande-Terre. They are separated by a narrow water channel called the Riviere-Salee. The two halves produce islands of plenty differences. The dry pl