Zoo de Martinique - Habitation Latouche, Le Carbet

(4.2/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
Visit a zoo, museum, botanic garden, and historic site all in one when you spend time at Zoo de Martinique - Habitation Latouche. The zoo is built around Habitation Latouche, a plantation that was destroyed and abandoned in 1902 after a volcanic eruption. The zoo surrounds the plantation and displays a modest amount of animals, mostly from the Americas. The habitats are spacious and clean and the animals healthy and active. The area doubles as a botanic garden; watch for a small pirate museum at the exit. Put Zoo de Martinique - Habitation Latouche on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Le Carbet itinerary planner.
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  • Small zoo located in ruins of inhabitation Latouche. It must say not a lot of animals to discover but nice zoo with the history of Latouche housing and more. Small exhibition on the pirates. The children enjoyed. Visit which lasted 1 h 30. We finished at the snack bar of the Lantern.
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  • With our children, it was impossible to not pass through the zoo. The Park is nice. The animals are based in a tropical setting... Ask for more! We took a Nature pass which allowed us to visit the zoo as well as the garden of Balata
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  • Beautiful setting. Ruins of candy. Few animals some slept so hard to see. Pirate Museum. Beautiful plants, trees and flowers.
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  • The only zoo on this island is located in the north west of Fort De France. It's easy to get there by car or bus. The staff is friendly and speaks english. The price is a bit high for such a small zoo, but it's worth it. You can also buy small bags of food for the racoons to feed them. The Zoo is build like a long streched circle with many spots to discover the history of an old fabric inside. The animals have enough space to life and did not look ill or anything else. At the end you can play with little birds (parrots) and eat at a small bistro.
  • A nice 2hr experience
  • A visit (forced) for certain, the Zoo of the Carbet, located in the ruins of the great dwelling Latouche, but to the final a very appreciated by all. About this installation, to say a big thank you and congratulations. Thank you to be able to integrate a zoo in this beautiful home Latouche. A place certainly created by engineers advised but built by slaves not least. We can imagine the work of titans. Housing starts a few meters from the sea and continues in the mountain. The trees are sumptuous. Said channel the channel of slaves, takes its full value with its waterfalls of the mountain. Kudos to landscapers who were able to give the dimension of places. It was things rare among us who live in a beautiful island, thanks for our children and for visitors!
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  • Zoo very classic to the fauna, however he know stand out thanks to its route located at 90% in the air and a few bridge suspended, there is also the border between St Pierre and the hut in the beautiful middle of the zoo, and the zoo was built on the ruins of St Pierre.Mais good, he deserves not the 4th star because despite its characteristic if you go to the zoo to see c the animals Wesh! And the just OK ct. Sinn the store is expensive and the expo of the end n is not top.
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  • Very beautiful animals, others more timid. Very well laid out, of beautiful spaces, a ubiquitous flora. A nice afternoon!
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