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The Guadeloupe


  Set on the arch of the Lesser Antilles, Guadeloupe is actually an archipelago of seven islands.

   Karukera, as it is called in Creole, the main part, has the shape of a butterfly, to which are added the Saintes, Marie-Galante and Désirade.

The islands of Guadeloupe located in the Caribbean Sea 3000 km from the east side of the United States and culminating with Soufriere at 1 467m.

It is almost always warm, the sea is at least 26 ° C and it is good to live. With a little over 400,000 inhabitants, Guadeloupe has strong tourism arguments as a family destination, sports (water sports) or nature.
     With 26 degrees average, the temperatures in Guadeloupe are very pleasant all year, even if the winter nights are colder up to 16 degrees in winter.

Guadeloupe Guadeloupe - A beautiful country

The dry season lasts from February to June, with scattered rains in the mountains, and the wet season from July to January, with rains and risks of cyclones around September / October.

    Since 1998, a "Marque de Confiance" quality label has been granted by the national park is a fragile territory, whose remarkable landscapes and fauna and flora justify special safeguarding measures.

    The tourist visits from Guadeloupe to the outbuildings, Marie-Galante (in the south), the islands of Saintes (Terre-de-Haut and Terre-de-Bas) (in the south), the Désirade (in the east), must be meticulously prepared to arrange round trip by boat or plane. You can go there for a day trip, but these islands are full-fledged destinations and require a few days' stay in the week to make the most of it.

Guadeloupe - Creole dishes