Explore the islands of Petite Terre, Marie Galante, Saintes, Grand cul de Sac marin, or the Cousteau Reserve and its breathtaking seabed. Kayaking, Canyoning, Parachute, Paragliding, surf and kite lessons ... Everything is there to make your stay unforgettable.
I also offer car and boat rentals.
My seriousness and my professionalism made the notoriety of my company, Authentique Excursion, which today has grown with stands present on the Marina of Saint-François, at the entrance of the Caravelle Beach in Sainte Anne and the last born on the Datcha Beach in Le Gosier.
And it was only logical that I wanted to share my experience and my love for Guadeloupe and welcoming you to my home at
We have imagined a small, friendly complex of 3 wooden bungalows located all around a magnificent artificial lagoon and a superb tropical garden.
Don't miss anything during your stay in Guadeloupe, I'm here to advise you!
TripAdvisor, the travel planning and booking site, has just published the Top 10 most popular destinations for French travelers, in France and abroad.
Analysis of research carried out by French travelers on the TripAdvisor site indicates that Guadeloupe is the preferred destination this winter. Seaside stays are the destinations that dominate this year among the French who aspire to live a break in the sun during the winter.
FRANCE ANTILLES - 06/12/16
Guadeloupe (Gwadloup in Creole and, by misuse of language confusing the two parts of the island, Karukera in Amerindian) is both a monodepartmental region of the French Overseas and an European outermost region, located in the Caribbean; its official department code is "971".
This territory of the French West Indies and overseas department, bordered by the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, is located approximately 6,200 km from mainland France, 600 km north of the coast of Venezuela in South America , 700 km east of the Dominican Republic and 2,200 km southeast of the United States.
It is made up of islands and islets, two of which are inhabited major ones: Grande-Terre and Basse-Terre forming Guadeloupe proper. Several neighboring lands, Marie-Galante, the Saintes archipelago (Terre-de-Haut and Terre-de-Bas), La Désirade and the islands of Petite-Terre are administratively attached to this territory.