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Guadeloupe National Park

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Guadeloupe National Park

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Sailing catamaran excursion
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The Grand Cul-de-sac sailor in small groups! Discover this essential place for your holidays in Guadeloupe aboard our comfortable sailing catamaran. CATA BANANA offers 3 stopovers to discover this paradisiacal lagoon: Caret sandbank, diving on the coral reef in the Nature Reserve and a Creole meal to be enjoyed at Ilet Fajou.<br>All inclusive day.
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Bob21782 wrote a review Feb 2020
Sharpsburg, Maryland43 contributions25 helpful votes
Short, easy walk to a beautiful waterfall. Just passed Maison de la Foret. Well worth the stop if you are in the area.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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MajaMontreal wrote a review Jan 2020
Montreal317 contributions135 helpful votes
The park has a wide choice of activities from easy strolls to picnic areas to waterfalls to challenging hikes. Most trails and destinations are well marked and well maintained. Some have a small fee ( Cascades de Carbet). Well worth spending time. Note that the road is narrow, winding and slippery in heavy rains.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Hedzer wrote a review Apr 2019
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Nice park bring good shoes tracks are easy to do however it is slippery and muddy. The walk to the waterfall is easiest and can be done by everyone i saw someone in a wheelchair.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Stefanie S wrote a review Feb 2019
New York, NY36 contributions17 helpful votes
Trail marked "tres facile" (very easy) was NOT. Hiking shoes covered in muck, made sucking sounds when trying to lift your feet. After several falls into dirt and trips on branches, we turned around and headed back to our car. And we are in good shape!!
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Date of experience: February 2019
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stork90 wrote a review Jan 2019
Mount Juliet, Tennessee850 contributions273 helpful votes
Since it is a rainforest, everything is always wet (and muddy). The circle hike at La Maison de la Foret was deep in the rainforest and beautiful, but you couldn't appreciate it as much because you had to so carefully watch your footing and try to avoid huge mud puddles and balance on roots. The trail we enjoyed much more was at Carbet Falls. Both of these areas are within the national park. There is no charge for Maison de la Foret and there are toilets (with paper!), but there is a 2.50 euro charge per person at Carbet Falls (and well worth it, for much better trails). Many people were swimming or cooling off in the river at Cascade aux Ecrevisses - very short walk to get there. Along D23, the route de la traversse (crossing across the middle of the island and the national park), we stopped at Maison de la Foret and Cascade aux Ecrevisses.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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