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Hotel near the beaches of Grande Anse, Deshaie, Malendure and the Cousteau Basse Terre Reserve, in Pointe Noire in Guadeloupe

What to do in Guadeloupe?

Guadeloupe is a French department in the heart of the Antilles , divided into two parts by "La Rivière-Salée": Basse-Terre and Grande-Terre . By staying at Tropicangel, you will stay in the city of Pointe-Noire , in Basse-Terre, an authentic city of Guadeloupe, just a few kilometers from the most beautiful points of island interest. walks , hikes , visits and explorations will not be lacking during your stay in our hotel near the beaches of Grande Anse , Malendure and Deshaie . Ask your hosts for advice on the choice of your activities.

Scuba diving in the Cousteau reserve

Initiate and beginner will be able to do a session or their first dive in the Cousteau reserve . This unique place is protected and is located off Guadeloupe. From the first meter underwater, you will be amazed by the natural spectacle and fantastic that takes shape before your eyes. During your expedition to the depths, you will be able to observe sea turtles , corals and a unique ecosystem in Guadeloupe.

The beaches

We are located a few minutes from magnificent beaches such as Petite Anse , Grande Anse , Malendure with its protected site of the Cousteau reserve ... You want a beach of white sand , black sand , pebbles ? Every beach near Tropicangel offers you this.

The Crayfish waterfall

This cascade of about 10 meters high is a must in Guadeloupe. The Crayfish Waterfall is easily accessible. It takes its name from the fact that at the time it was populated by the local crayfish, the ouassous . Meet in this bewitching and enchanting place in the middle of the vegetation.

Big game fishing

big game fishing consists of fishing for very large fish such as tuna, marlin, swordfish, dolphinfish, king mackerel ... This < strong> fishing is very sporty and is considered a physical activity.

Carbet Falls

These three waterfalls are located on the course of the Grand Carbet river . The name of these waterfalls certainly comes from the nearby Native American village of huts and large open wooden huts. Some of the falls are difficult to access , but they are worth a visit.

The discovery of the mangrove

The Guadeloupe forests along the coast are called the mangrove . Several walks allow you to discover this mangrove, wild and preserved , on foot, by canoe or by small boat. You will dive into the middle of the ecosystem of Guadeloupe during a unique ride, where you will be full of sensations. Discover the luxuriant vegetation of Guadeloupe.

Hike to Soufriere

In the heart of Guadeloupe National Park , discover the Soufrière , nicknamed "the old lady", the only active volcano of the island. Several hiking trails take you to the highest point of the island, at the top of the Soufrière. Climb the "Chemin des Dames" or the Col de l'Echelle.

The islands of Saintes

This archipelago of volcanic islets is also called "the pearls of Guadeloupe". Located less than an hour by boat from Guadeloupe, the islands of Saintes are made up of two inhabited islands , "Terre-de-Haut" and "Terre-de -Bas ”, as well as 7 wild rocky islets . These islands are worth exploring, do not miss the Baie de Terre de Haut , the Fort Napoleon , the Pompierre beach and the Bourg .

Caribbean gastronomy

The West Indian cuisine is essentially made up of local products such as cod accras, stuffed crabs, chicken and smoked colombo, agoulous, coconut sorbet, .. . In Guadeloupe, each year, Creole cuisine is honored during the great festival of cooks .