Accommodations

The larger of Guadeloupe's two main islands, Basse Terre is dominated by a volcano and lush forested lands. Local lodgings take advantage of these natural surroundings by setting themselves up in areas that boast gorgeous views and invite local ecology to play a role in the décor and ambiance. In addition to standard hotels, you can also find a pair of properties offering cottages. Click on the links to read additional information. If you're organizing a sizable… more…

Hotels

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Restaurants

Known as the “Wild Side” of Guadeloupe, Basse Terre doesn't suffer for lack of restaurants despite its more natural appeal. Although mainly concentrated to the north of the island, there are places to eat all over, ranging from quick, rustic food stands, to elegant French spots. For those who like trying new and unexpected flavors that are unique to the area they're visiting, Basse Terre has many genuinely local choices to choose from. Creole and Caribbean… more…

Natural Attractions

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Attractions

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Activities

The largest of Guadeloupe's islands, Basse Terre is mountainous and lush with green space. Although it is a popular tourist destination, the island remains unhurried and a great place for visitors to unwind in a peaceful setting. Activities center on natural sources of entertainment like… more…

Diving

A popular dive resort is located in Basse Terre, which draws many scuba… more…

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Snorkeling

Although snorkeling is great throughout Guadeloupe, many… more…

Weather

Vacationers can expect beautiful tropical weather in Guadeloupe almost all year long. Average monthly temperatures on the islands are generally stable… more…

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