Collected by Juddson Spako
N4, Sainte-Anne, Guadeloupe
Guadeloupe's outdoor markets are an important part of daily life and a sight for sore eyes. Fragrant cooking spices compete with colorful bottles of homemade rhum, women in traditional madras head ties smile at passersby, zouk music or gwo-ka...
Le Bourg, Grand Anse, Guadeloupe
Fort Napoléon is a must-do when visiting Guadeloupe Islands. Situated on a bluff in Terre-de-Haut, Les Saintes, this fort was rebuilt in the mid 1800s, from an original fort (Fort Louis), which was destroyed in a battle with the British in 1809....
Protected by a giant coral reef (25 km long), the Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin lies in the heart of the northern half of the "two wings" (Grande-Terre & Basse-Terre) that make up the Guadeloupe Butterfly. This vast natural sanctuary, ranked a World...
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