Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Terre-de-Haut, Guadeloupe, known as the Butterfly Island


Guadeloupe, which are sometimes known as the Butterfly Island, the form consists of two main islands, a group of islands in the eastern Caribbean Sea, and the section which is located overseas French. It is located to the south-east of Puerto Rico.

You do not have to miss the magnificent waterfalls in the jungle Basse-Terre. And some are just 5-10 minute walk from the nearest parking lot, and others will require at least 3-4 hours of hiking those areas, of course not frequented by many tourists may find yourself alone in those waterfalls stunning in the middle of this Location - where is an amazing experience!
Where you'll see the local rum distillery plants where you will find there are tours that are definitely worth seeing while the rum production is an integral part of the economy of Guadeloupe. Sampling to taste all this is definitely worth the time.

 Ride on the bus still experience you should not miss. A cheap, full of locals, which is operated by drivers do not know fear, you can enjoy the panorama to the sound of Caribbean music. Some of the roads are not good for passengers who go hungry quickly. If you are careful, you can ride free on the bus for some time where the tourist experience will be featured.

It was Guadeloupe in possession by france since 1635 except for the years 1813 to 1814 when she was in possession of Sweden. And share the island of St. Martin with the Netherlands;-called southern part of St. Martin, which is part of the Netherlands Antilles and called the northern part of San Martin.



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