If you admire the breathtaking postcard's landscapes, desert beache swith white sand, crystal clear water, flora and fauna luxuriant in every corner of the island, Guadalupa is a must-see for your travels. This paradise immersed in the French Antilles has always been a dreamy destination, in particular for snorkeling lovers and for the ones who want to spend their holiday getting in touch with natural heritage.The 8 islands that compose the Gudaloupe archipelago will satisfy everyone's dreams: for trekking lovers it is possible to venture in excursion crossing islets inside the wild nature and local fauna, aroun 250 km of routes, while the ones who want to recharge their batteries, there is nothing better than relaxing in the white sand or in a palm's shadow. Selected catamarans and sailing boats are waiting for you to set sail towards Guadaloupe, Caribbean. Contact us for a personalised estimate.
|DEPARTURE BASE||Marina Bas du Fort, Point-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe|
|TIME OF DEPARTURE||Check-in at 5:00 pm on Saturday - Check-out at 9:00 pm on the following Saturday|
Skipper (from €1.050)
Hostess (from €850)
Outboard engine for dinghy (from €60)
Extra ports and buoys (approx. €100)
Food provisions on-line with delivery on board
Tailor-made rent insurance
Available sailboats and catamarans with 4/5 cabins double and 3/4 baths, perfect for groups of 6 or 10 people.
Sailboats from €2.060 and catamarans from €2.710.
|HOW TO ARRIVE||
Flight to the International Airport Pointe a Pitre (IATA code: PTP). Do not hesitate to contact us: we are available for any advice.
|Language||Italian and english.|
|How to come||AIR: Pointe à Pitre International Airport (PTP)|
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Day 1: Check-in
Check-in available from 17:00 at the embarkation Marina. After the technical check-in and a short presentation of the boat, you can take your seat in the cabins and board the galley. In the evening you can dine in a typical restaurant on the island, before ending the evening in one of the many bars that populate this Caribbean town.
Finally we set sail to navigate towards the south coast of the Butterfly island with some stops along the unmissable and marvellous beaches: we navigate in the Natural Reservation of Grand Cul-de-sac Marin, characterised by rainy forest with little sand islets and more than 10 nautic miles of coral reefs; we will discover islets inside the Reservation. Sornelling lovers will have the opportunity to enjoy the marvellous crystal clear water swimming side by side with turtles, dolphins and whales. We drop the anchor on the bay and during the night you could have a walk on the beautiful island, before having a delicious dinner under a Caribbean starry night...
After breakfast we lift the anchor and opent the sails guided by the trade wind towards south east, in particular to Marie-Galante island; here we have a swim and an unforgettable snorkelling in the uncontaminated sea bottoms before the lunch! Known as the "Hundred mills island", it is famous for the sugar cane plantations! Between one swim and another, during the night you will have the opportunity to visit Grand Boug, the capital city of the islands and a typical caribbean town.
Leaving Grand Bourg, we continue sailing discovering the beautiful beaches all around the island, enjoying a relaxing day in Vieux Fort and Anse Canot, discovering heavenly landscapes in Caya Plate and Capesterre and finally reaching Saint Louis, a little hamlet guided by the caribbean rythm...
We set sail to east towards the Les Saintes islands, one of the most marvellous and unforgettable corner in the Caribbean Sea: a group of eleven islands, the biggest two are Terre-de-Haut and Terre-de-Bas. Time to explore, swims and relax through Anse du Bourg bay and the beautiful beachen in Pompierre and Pain de Sucre. There will be the opportunity to visit the Napoleon Fortress in the northest extremety in Terre de Haut and discover the marvellous hamlet characterised by church made of lavic stone...
Navigating along this area, we direct to Terre-de-Bas, where we reach the marvellous Grande-Anse beach, charcaterised by wild beauty and white sand, before mooring near le Petites Antes, famous for the stone houses and the St. Nicola church.
Today we lift sails towards north-east, to the La Desiderade Island and the Natural Reservation, one of the most intact islands full of uncontaminated nature everywhere. There will be the opportunity to visit the land and walk around iguanas and enjoy the landscapes made by high cliffs, or ride a bike along the 11 kilometres of the island. During the afternoon, we set sail to the fishermen's hamlet of Beauséjour, the Petite-Riviere Reservation, a marvellous coraline atoll ideal for snorkelling and long swims: using the speedy dinghy you will visit the ancient ruins of the old cotton mill... The desembark will be after breakfast, till 10 am on Saturday morning. Return to the Marina at 18:00 with overnight stay in the port included.
Day 8: Check-out
Disembarkation is scheduled at 09:00 on Saturday.
The itinerary might be subject to variations due to weather conditions, safety and technical evaluations of the Captain of the boat. This programming is intended as indicative and non-binding.
Each of the 8 archipelago's islands has its own features, but the common elements are usually between the cystal clear water, white beaches and luxuriant nature that embrace the surface. For trekking and adventure lovers, we suggest to organise an excursion to the Guadaloupa National Reservation (UNESCO site), covering the routes immersed in the tropical forest, a dive into the waterfalls and finally the climbing in the vulcano. For sea lovers, we suggest a snorkeling tour discovering the Coral Reefs that surround the archipelago, in particular che marine Reservations, where it is possible to admire the underwater beauty from a local boat. Beaches and Promontory are devoted to the ones who prefer relax, enyoing the burning sun, the crystal clear water and some little walks around Guadaloupa.