Fly to Guadeloupe, Charter Flights from San Juan SJU and St. Thomas STT.
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Guadeloupe is a fascinating archipelago of islands, with each island offering travelers something different while retaining its rich Franco-Caribbean culture and identity. Guadeloupe’s two main islands look like the wings of a butterfly and are joined together by a mangrove swamp. Grande-Terre, the eastern of the two islands, has a string of beach towns that offer visitors marvelous stretches of sand to laze on and plenty of activities, while mountainous Basse-Terre, the western of the two, is home to the wonderful Guadeloupe National Park, which is crowned by the spectacular La Soufrière volcano. South of the ‘mainland’ of Guadeloupe are a number of small islands that give a taste of Guadeloupe’s yesteryear.
When visiting Guadeloupe, you should have no trouble finding some of the nicest beaches in the world. However, what makes the beaches of Guadeloupe so unique, is that in a relatively small area you have a wide range of diverse places to enjoy. The incredible French Caribbean environment, gives you a multitude of outstanding beaches, including black, red, white, and even pink colored sand! You’ll also want to experience the ocean, as the water varies from giant surfing waves, to the most calm and clear blue water you’ve ever seen! No matter what kind of tropical vacation you’re looking for, the Guadeloupe beaches have it all
Activities range from a peaceful botanical gardens visits to exhilarating canyoning experiences. There are natural hot springs and mud baths, horseback riding, mountain biking and hiking trails.Go big game fishing, on whale and dolphin watching excursions, or view the reefs from a glass-bottomed boat trip (Bouillante). Try stand-up paddleboarding (SUP), kayaking or kitesurfing.For adventurers looking for an adrenalin kick… try hang gliding, parachuting, micro-lighting, paragliding, ziplining, and canyoning-rappelling. There’s also a six-stage race (Guadarun) you can take part in, or classes in Gwo-Ka dancing you can enrol for.
Guadeloupe is world renowned for serving some of the most delicious foods in the Caribbean. With hundreds of restaurants all over the islands specializing in a varied collection of French-Creole cuisine and scrumptious international dishes, finding a place to eat should be no problem at all. Guadeloupian cuisine features many Creole specialities, but there is also a strong French influence. Seafood appears on most menus, and curry dishes are also popular. Spices and herbs are used generously, and local fruit such as the star-shape carambole, giraumon (a type of pumpkin) and malanga are also common ingredients. Guadeloupe has numerous patisseries and cafés serving French pastries with a Creole twist.