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Saut de la Lézarde

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Saut de la Lézarde

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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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artechtennis wrote a review Nov 2020
Prague, Czech Republic3 contributions
Amazing experience! I was in Guadeloupe for a tennis tournament in March 2014 and decided to make a trip on a free day with 3 colleagues. The jungle trail to get to the waterfall was quite muddy and i had to dispose of my sneakers afterwards. Once we got to the bottom of the waterfall we figured there should be a way to climb up and jump from the top which was about 25 feet level difference, scary but worth it! . The hike to and from the waterfall was not easy but by far as physical demanding as some people here suggest. I have to admit we were a bunch of professional athletes but with 46 years of age i was clearly on my way back from superfit LOL.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Linda E wrote a review Feb 2020
Uddevalla, Sweden229 contributions57 helpful votes
Ok, the waterfall is lovely. BUT, be aware that people actually has died getting there! If it rains- don't even think about it! Even on a dry day it's very slippery. It's a steep way and you have to hold on to roots to get down and up. For Gods sake , DON'T bring kids there!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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bubbles1102 wrote a review Feb 2019
Royal Palm Beach, Florida33 contributions16 helpful votes
The walk to the waterfall is dangerous, difficult, and extremely muddy. It is an intense hike and you must be in good physical condition. More importantly, you must have experience hiking on trails that barely exist - much of your energy will be focused on figuring out the best place to put your foot next, so as to not injure yourself. It is not a proper trail, and there are many spots where you have to grab on to tree limbs/roots in order to take the next step. Even on a dry day, it is extremely muddy, and your shoes and pants will be covered in mud. The hike there took about two hours. Same coming back. The waterfall is very pretty, but in my opinion, it’s not worth it. Guadeloupe has other waterfalls that are just as good, and much more accessible.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Viktoria B wrote a review Jan 2019
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We had read a lot about the trail down to this splendid waterfall and were prepared for it to be a bit tricky to find our way. There are several small tracks, not all of them leading to the waterfall. Once we ended up on a dead end. However, despite slippery track after about 30 min walk we heard the sound of water and we headed towards it. When reaching the water we followed down streem for another 20 min until we reached the goal. Really a wonderful sight! I highly recommend the trail for anyone wanting to have a rather rough but gorgeous hike. You need to be prepared for dirt and mud and possibly tripping from time to time. Though, it is perfectly fine to have a swim when reaching the waterfall pool to wash the dirt off. You find the start of the trail by an abandoned building. Look for the sign. Have fun!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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TriptakersNj wrote a review Dec 2018
NJ62 contributions2 helpful votes
People did fine in trainers - I had gotten watershoes that were supposed to be good for slippery, but wow, they were awful. This hike was sooo hard for me, but others (in tennis shoes) seemed to do fine. So not sure how to rate it.. I guess moderate? You do need to have a level of fitness... Including the time we spent playing in the water, I think we were there maybe 2.5 hours or so. Even though I was filthy & fell down a couple of times, it was totally worth it. Getting down to the waterfall, and swimming in the little gorge it landed in... best thing we did on Guadeloupe, I think. It's not an official hike - I think it said something about "interdit" ;) , but plenty of people disregarded that. Nice to stop up the road at Bieres de la Lezarde afterwards for a yummy craft brew, too!
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Date of experience: November 2018
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