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Practical information : Move & Laze around Guadeloupe

Budget & TipsBudget & Tips

Many of the activities once on site are free of charge. Lazing on the beach, which will occupy part of your stay, is one of them, provided that you do not occupy the equipment (deckchairs, parasols) which are installed by the nautical centres. If you wish to use them, you will have to pay an hourly or daily rental fee. A large part of the walks can be done without the presence of a professional guide.

What's very localWhat's very local

Much prized by the local population and much less known than bathing in rivers and hot springs, the mud bath at Babin beach in Vieux-Bourg is renowned for its virtues. It makes the skin particularly soft and would also relieve rheumatism. Thus the activity of the people present on this beach does not consist in basking in the sun, but in smearing themselves with mud.

Your documents pleaseYour documents please

Practicing exploration diving requires a FFESSM license and a level card that indicates how deep you can dive

The boat licence is required when you are sailing on a motor boat of more than 4.5 kW. Sea scooter rides do not require the licence when they are supervised by a qualified instructor. Some rental companies have boats that do not require a boat licence and allow you to enjoy a nice ride

To be bookedTo be booked

It is recommended to book to ensure you can practice, especially in high season, diving, or for a boat or scooter trip, enjoy a massage, go for a flyover of the island's landscapes...

Main eventsMain events

To have the essential appointments during your stay, take a look at our agenda and visit the website or the Facebook page of the Tourism Committee of the islands of Guadeloupe which, both, list the various events

From the first Sunday of January, the festivities begin with the launch of the carnival, which, in Guadeloupe, lasts several weeks, with highlights (parades in communes, Ash Wednesday, Brulé Vaval ...).

At Easter, the tradition is for families to gather on the beaches. If you are looking for peace and quiet, avoid the beach and the river at this time.

May: Traditional sailing tour

July : Gwo Ka Festival

Early August: Cycling tour.

November (every 4 years): the inevitable Route du Rhum. The next one will take place in 2022.

Tourist trapsTourist traps

To bubble while being well installed on a deckchair and in the shade of a parasol, choose a restaurant on the beach that offers these facilities to its customers.