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Caravelle Peninsula, Martinique

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Get a complete view of the natural wonders of Martinique and trek across over 6.4 km (4 mi) of nature trail at Caravelle Peninsula. The nature reserve, which features a great diversity of landscapes, is made up of dry forests, mangroves, grassy savannahs, and dessert-like coastal areas. Bring sturdy shoes, plenty of water, sunscreen, and a camera for some great pictures. Put Caravelle Peninsula into our Sainte Marie vacation generator and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • After Tartan, go towards the tip of the Caravelle. The Ballad is walk (it takes to park and shoes correctly). Go to Château Dubuc and in front of the entrance, turn left the trail that descends in the forest: you walk into the mangroves. It is a unique biotope to discover. Further, turn to the right to arrive on the beach and swim. It's the absolute dream.
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  • Even if you're not backpackers (case of our small group of seniors) take the time and make the effort (20' return from the parking lot) to go, only for the exceptional view from this site. These are ruins, of course, of a large sugar estate XVIII and Xixemes centuries in a beautiful setting, but we must welcome the efforts that have been made to rehabilitate them. Well documented explanatory signs are in place in different buildings, or that he left, and tends to only discover that at the end of visit, all around the reception building figure, exposure, in the form of panels, on the history of slavery. It's very well done, the area is clean and well maintained. Your visit can be an encouragement to those who are responsible. So, this is a visit not to be missed.
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  • On the eastern side of Martinique is the Caravelle Peninsula which is a favourite for trekkers. The long walk takes about 3.5 hours, though there is a shortcut, and it mostly hugs the coast, so provid...  more »