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La Cascade Paradis

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Amélie S wrote a review Apr 2019
11 contributions4 helpful votes
Probably my favourite spot and best part of my trip. It's quite the effort and a bit dangerous to get there because it's downhill and slippery but it was SO worth it! Beautiful little paradise
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Date of experience: April 2019
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GNS174 wrote a review Jan 2019
Hartford, Connecticut19 contributions7 helpful votes
We read about this spot on Trip Advisor while we were researching waterfalls to see in Guadeloupe. This is a good addition to make during your trip to Carbet Falls. It was a little tricky to find, but we asked at the attendant at the entrance to Carbet Falls. You will find the entrance to the Paradis falls on the road on your way to Carbet falls. Just before you get to the Carbet Falls entrance, you will see a large sign on the right hand side of the road with a map showing the different trails. Just to the left of this sign, there is a steep set of steps leading down to a trail. The climb down and up is steep, but as we found with most of our hikes, the trail is well marked and well maintained. About a 15 minute hike. Once you make it down, you will reap the reward of a secluded swimming hole and small falls. It is a great place to relax for a bit and to take a dip (yes the water is cold, but very refreshing). There were also people jumping off the rocks into the swimming hole, if that is your thing. Glad we made the extra effort to find this spot. A real gem!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Smilemilie wrote a review Mar 2017
Andover, Massachusetts235 contributions52 helpful votes
If you go visit "chutes du Carbet" you must take the time to find cascade Paradis. It is absolutely gorgeous and you can swim there. it is cold but you feel surprisingly great afterwards. The hike down is not easy and good shoes are a must. Rocks can be slippery and it is helpful to pay attention where you put your feet. Such a beautiful place.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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