Guadeloupe

Discover the beautiful scenery and varied landscapes of this stunning Caribbean island chain!

Composed of 12 islands, Guadeloupe boasts an abundance of great outdoor activities and sports that allow participants to get out into the country’s incredible landscapes. From kayaking and hiking to canyoning, there are plenty of incredible ways to explore this picturesque place! Compare and book a certified guide for your trip on Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our selection of trips in Guadalupe. The mountains are calling!
 
 
 
 
 

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There are many reasons for choosing Guadeloupe

Guadeloupe boasts pristine beaches, rugged green mountains and volcanoes, and thick semi-tropical rainforests. Heading out on an outdoor adventure is the perfect way to explore these amazing landscapes and take in as much of the island's natural splendor as possible.

 

Good to know:

Currency:

Euro

Language:

French

Country code:

+590

Best time to visit:

December to June

What’s the weather like?

Average daily temperatures in Guadalupe range from 25 ºC to 28ºC (77 ºF to 82 ºF). Rain is quite common throughout the year, with January through March being the driest months

How to get there:

Any trip to Guadalupe will begin with a flight into Pointe-à-Pitre International Airport (PTP). From here, it is easy enough to rent a car and drive to your final destination on the island

More info about Guadeloupe:

Guadeloupe is a French overseas department situated at the very eastern end of the Caribbean Sea, which technically makes it part of the European Union but not the Schengen Area. The department is composed of 12 islands, six of which are inhabited, and boasts plenty of interesting terrains to explore. The islands are mostly mountainous, which makes hikign and canyoning quite popular. Adrenaline seekers should head to the “Rivière Ferry” on Basse-Terre Island for a fun and thrilling day of canyoning. Jumpingl, sliding, swimming, climbing, hiking and rappelling will all be involved in the descent into the canyon as well as the ascent out of it. For those who have never tried canyoning before, this may not be for you. Meanwhile, most hikers will opt to head to Guadeloupe National Park, which is home to La Grande Soufrière, Carbet falls and coastal mangrove forests. Various trails throughout the national park lead to loops of different sizes and plenty of options for half-day adn day-long excursions. Kayaking through the mangroves in the national park is another popular activity

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