Petite-Terre in catamaran

 

Snorkeling in a natural aquarium

Reasonably, we can describe the Petite-Terre archipelago as a wild paradise. Protected since 1998 by the ONF, only Terre-de-Bas is accessible by limited shuttles. As for Terre-de-Haut, it is reserved for scientists. On the spot, it is a real postcard: coconut palms, a few iguanas on the beach, smooth, transparent water and fine sand. This full day allows you to visit the oldest lighthouse in the Islands of Guadeloupe, to have lunch in the shade of the palm trees, but above all to enjoy the wonders to be seen underwater: colourful fish, turtles, lemon sharks and rays?

 

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