Unfortunately, Martinique did not escape the horrors of slavery and it shaped the history of the island in a deep and profound way. You can learn all about it at this restored village which traces the path of slavery on Martinique.
All through there are no tours in English, you can walk around the two acre reconstructed slave village on your own and see the hardships that slaves on the island endured while also learning about how their traditions still play an important role in the island's heritage today.
Those wishing to visit La Savane des Esclaves may choose to book their trip in Trois Ilets, since guests staying in this area of Martinique will have the benefit of easy site access during their time there. With only a few hotels around the area surrounding La Savane des Esclaves, a small amount of foot movement can be predicted.
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Of course, one of the most enjoyable options while spending some time exploring the area is eating a dish at a restaurant within traveling distance of this historical site. The closest eatery is Il Gallo Rosso are additional food and drink options near La Savane des Esclaves. At Il Gallo Rosso you and your party should try a bite of Italian fare and experience the flavors of Martinique., a wonderful eatery to eat at before visiting this historical site. It's only around a short distance away away from this landmark, so stop by and eat up! and
The property is open from 9:00 a.m. to noon and 2:00 to 5:30 p.m. every day of the week except for Sunday when they are closed in the afternoon.
For price of admission, you should call La Savane des Esclaves ahead of time to determine if they charge, and if so, how much.
Phone Number: (059) 668-3391
Location: Quartier La Ferme, Trois Ilets, Martinique
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