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Le Jardin D'Eau

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Le Jardin D'Eau

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Route de Blonzac, Goyave 97128 Guadeloupe
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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.
US$123.58 per adult
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Robby G C wrote a review Sep 2019
Toronto, Canada73,686 contributions1,701 helpful votes
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We weren't sure what we would see here. We parked our car, paid the fee and we explored the Jardin d'Eau de Blonzac. There was a massive mangrove. Really high! There were rapids and there were fish in the water. There was a shelter. We saw lots of trees and palm trees. Also we saw flowers. The river was worthwhile! There was a place to use a boat or swim. There was also a place for waterlilies. There was also horses. However, the main theme was water. it was really interesting! Worthwhile to see!
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Dilbertfan wrote a review Mar 2017
Surrey, United Kingdom359 contributions178 helpful votes
A place for quiet contemplation, with a stream and several ponds, one of which gives you the opportunity of using pedalos, but generally lacking in interest. No effort is made to identify plants and trees – a bit of an issue with self-guided tours. There is plenty of space and at the time we visited, few people around. It would be an ideal venue for educational or self-development courses, but it needs a lot of work on it. It pales in comparison with nearby Jardins de Valombreuse. Entrance fee is a modest €7 per adult.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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