Grande-Terre historical landmarks
Discover Grande-Terre historical landmarks and its wild landscapes.

Departure to Le Moule, nice village with a typical church and a market place, the Damoiseau rum distillery.

Continue to Morne à l'eau, with a surprising black and white Cemetery, very well known Guadeloupe's culture tradition place.

Then Petit Canal village, which keeps remains dated back  the time it was the first slaves harbour. Windmills and sugar cane fields.

Direction Port Louis, Sugar Cane museum, little stop at the Souffleur beach. Coral white sand and Turquoise colour  sea facing north Basse-Terre.

Lunch stop at Anse Bertrand, then direction to Grande Vigie Point.

Unique viewpoint on the dividing line between the Atlantic Ocean and the Carribean Sea with a 265 foot cliff high. Tortle Rock. We will absolutely stop at Porte d'Enfer (Devil's Gate).

We will return by Grands Fonds, picturesque landscapes made of dreary an winding gullies.


Fares list :

Day price for your local tour guide (René) : 150 €
This is a package price regardless the number of visitors. René will drive the vehicule as regard the program. This price doesn't include the lunch.

Renting fares  (gas included) :
4 seats car -  A category - : 50 € /day
8 seats car - Superior category - : 120 € / day
5 seats car  - 4x4 wheels - : 120 € / day