Trekking and hiking
300 km of slopes and hiking trails, 1,800 acres of tropical forest distributed in nature reserves, Guadeloupe is a land of rich diversity pleasant walkers: forest, steep hills, steep cliffs, waterfalls and sandy beaches …
A choice of trails offers hikers they are amateurs or professionals. A guidebook is available in bookstores and you will choose hikes Basse-Terre, the area where nature is the most exuberant.
Good to know: leave early in the morning, night falls quickly. Bring good walking shoes because of the mud, a hat, sunblock, water in abundance, wide trousers because of the sharp grass and a windbreaker.
Ideas of walks:
- Basse-Terre, the trace of Ponds (from 1h30 to 2h), and between Capesterre Matouba and
- Around the true sporting career Falls Carbet Capesterre. – Nearly Guava, the path drops Moreau Guava (4:00)
- Around the Soufriere (2:30), or – the famous track Victor Hugues for experienced hikers, who through the Basse-Terre through the most beautiful sites.
To fully explore the landscape, its fauna and flora, it is recommended to hire professional guides.
Trekking and hiking in Guadeloupe
Le Rocher de Malendure
Tél. : 05 90 98 86 63
Route de la Soufrière Morne Houel
97120 Saint Claude
Tél. : 05 90 99 34 73
Plage de Malendure,
Tél. : 05 90 26 95 59