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Caravelle Peninsula, Martinique

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Geologic Formation Wildlife Area
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 La Trinite vacation generator and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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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 »
  • Beautiful and shows the variety of nature in Martinique, i really recommend the walk around (there are maps on the route which guide you) - it is a great way to cure a hangover!  more »
  • This walk was one of the most relaxing on this island. It's not that difficult and there's a lot to see. You'll mostly walk around the coast and at the end through a mangrove wood. Inside the mangrove...  more »