A popular nature park on the island, Parc Aquacole de Guadeloupe invites guests to take a closer look at the local habitat and the flora and fauna that it promotes.
The property consists of 2.5 hectares of farm property that includes 10 ponds where freshwater shrimp and red tilapia are bred. The company also manages the only marine farm and hatchery on Guadeloupe. Parc Aquacole was landscaped to accommodate visitors who can discover a beautiful collection of palm trees, observe rare and protected birds, practice recreational fishing, or taste the products of the farm when the restaurant is open.
Parc Aquacole de Guadeloupe lies on the island of Basse-Terre, in the vicinity of Cafeiere; it's to the north-northwest of Basse Terre.
When you arrive at Pointe Noire, and just after the bridge, turn on your right in direction of "la maison du bois". Parc Aquacole will be 1 km down the road.
If you're ready for some food after visiting Parc Aquacole de Guadeloupe, consider heading to one of the local eateries near the preserve. The most nearby place to eat to Parc Aquacole de Guadeloupe is La Savane and Le Coin des Pecheurs where you and your party can not get up and go without trying their specialty seafood., which serves Creole meals. Also nearby, you will come across restaurants like
Vacationers with an interest in seeing two nature preserves, make a trip to Guadeloupe National Park Forest House, found within a car's reach of Parc Aquacole de Guadeloupe. You'll find a couple other activities nearby, including , which is a short distance away away Basse-Terre. You might also want to think about checking out , which is another attraction in the vicinity.
Nature preserves are one type of attraction you can visit, but there's even more to see during your stay. The following table includes other attractions close-by.
|Other Attraction||2.4 mi. (26.6 km)||SE||16.5 mi. North of Basse Terre|
|Other Attraction||2.4 mi. (26.0 km)||SE||Pointe-Noire|
|Jardin Botanique de Deshaies||Other Attraction||3.3 mi. (29.4 km)||NNE||18.3 mi. West of Pointe A Pitre|
|Notre Dame des Larmes||Historic Site||5.1 mi. (27.9 km)||NNE||Cafeiere|
The park is open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. during the high season, and guided tours are possible from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The park is closed from October 15 to December 15 of each year.
Les Plaines, Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe
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