We recommend you :
- Around the sea:
Rent a canoe and discover the Pigeon islets. Don't forget your fins, mask and snorkel, and swim among parrotfishes, with or without diving bottles or, more "grandpa", take the glass-bottom boat. During March, come and watch the sperm whales along the leeward coast ... amazing experience ! And if you like deep-sea fishing, professionals will embark you for a sporty day.
- And inland:
Lace your trekking shoes, don't forget your water cask, and, with or without a mountain guide, walk on one of the many tracks that criss-cross the 'leeward coast' of Basse Terre. On the way to the 'Traversee' road, don't forget to stop at the 'Crayfish Cascade' and to visit the 'Mamelles' park. And if you do like wide spaces, wake up very early in the morning and climb up 'La Soufriere' volcano !
And whatever your project, consult the Tourist office of the city as soon as you reach Bouillante