La Savane des Esclaves, Trois-Ilets
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Experience a recreated "slave village" at La Savane des Esclaves. The settlement was created in 2000 by Gilbert Larose, a local who wanted to showcase the lives of his ancestors--plantation workers who fled to freedom and lived off the land. You'll step back in time as you explore this replica 19th-century village, where each structure is dedicated to a traditional local custom. In addition to traditional huts and artifacts, look for an old-fashioned Creole garden, which is tended without fertilizer or pesticide and is filled with herbs, medicinal plants, and fruit. Make La Savane des Esclaves part of your personalized Trois-Ilets itinerary using our Trois-Ilets travel itinerary planner.
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  • Very nice place. Gilbert wants to share his knowledge in Pharmacopoeia and transmitting history from its roots. A nice visit not to be missed
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  • Enjoyed the visit and the explanations given. We came to Martinique and we left there knowing his history! Thank you
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  • Beautiful ballad in a creole garden, with a super guide, which tells you with a smile, but who speaks very quickly because it has a schedule to keep one and limited time (just 30 minutes), so a lot of information in a short time, and if there is a little world, before arriving in front of a plant, the explanations are already on the next. It's a shame however regarding the part reserved for slaves, she is well made but also a lot of information in a very short time, we'd like to spend more time in front of images and explanations are more developed. When I got to improve. Finally, BRAVO, for this initiative private keep
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