South of Basse Terre and Carbet Falls Tour: Basse Terre is mountainous and humid which contrasts with Grande Terre. Basse Terre guards an exceptional flora with a multitude of swirling fresh water rivers and waterfalls.
Departure from hotel, you will bypass the city of Pointe à Pitre and cross the Rivière Salée driving on the Gabarre Bridge, and then direction Sainte Marie, in Capesterre. You will make a first stop to take pictures of the Changy Hindu Temple: the guide will expound on the reasons and proceedings of the ceremonies that take place in this temple.
Then, you will penetrate the National Park and hike, with your guide, to the second Carbet Fall totally immersed in the tropical forest.
By midday, you will reach the market of Basse Terre cradled between scents, flavors and local color. Lunch in a creole restaurant.
In the afternoon, visit of Allée Dumanoir: road lined up with 400 royal palm trees, classified as historic monument. The day will end with the visit of the Archaeological Park of Engraved Rocks. A 30 minutes walk will take you to the discovery of 300 AD petroglyphs, done by the Arawak Indians Back to the hotel at the end of the day.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up at the hotel.
Duration: 8 hours.
Start/opening time: On Wednesday at 9am.
End/closing time: At 5pm.
Languages: French, English, Italian and German.