The volcanic island of Martinique rises from the Caribbean sea floor and features a collection of striking peaks, including the tallest and more infamous, Mount Pelée. Covered in forest and rainforest, they are home to excellent climbing. And with constant warm weather, you can visit any part of the year for pleasant climbing conditions.
Located in the Lesser Antilles in the eastern section of the Caribbean Sea is the French overseas region of Martinique. It has a population of approximately 380,000 people, with the capital being Fort-de-France. Being volcanic in origin, the island features a number of mountains, with the highest, and most infamous, being Mount Pelée, which rises to 1,397 meters.
The region receives a tropical climate all-year round, with a cool and dry season between January and April and a hot and rainy season from June to November.
French and Antillean Creole.
Visit any part of the year for pleasant mountain climbing conditions.
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