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Petite Terre

#7 of 193 things to do in Guadeloupe Features Animals
Chemin de Terre, 97180, Guadeloupe
+590 590 88-5353
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A reel paradise that you will have to share with other tourists also came by boats,the only way to... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Paris, France
via mobile
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It was an organised tours on a boat, we sailed from the Port of St Francois to Petite Terre for the... read more

Reviewed 24 January 2017
Lena V
London, United Kingdom
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Chemin de Terre, 97180, Guadeloupe
+590 590 88-5353
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A reel paradise that you will have to share with other tourists also came by boats,the only way to get to this island. An amazing wild life,you walk among iguanas and you swimm with sharks,turtles and many other fishes: INCREDIBLE and so many memorables moments......More

Thank Sebmg
Reviewed 24 January 2017

It was an organised tours on a boat, we sailed from the Port of St Francois to Petite Terre for the day. please be aware that you will need some (lots) of sunscreen and bring some water bottle! we arrived mid morning, and the sun...More

1  Thank Lena V
Reviewed 7 December 2016

We took a boat out here for the day with the kids. Overall, we found the trip worth it. The island itself was full of things to keep the kids occupied. Easy snorkeling off the beach. Hermit crabs on the beach. Iguanas up near the...More

Thank Stephenjohnallan
Reviewed 18 July 2016 via mobile

There is about 40 min from Saint-François , once arrived a lot of algae are waiting for you , it's full of people and marine wildlife is totally destroyed , maybe if your are lucky you will see some fishes. DON'T ACCEPT ANY DEAL RELATED...More

3  Thank gustavon844
Reviewed 24 February 2016

what a nice day we spent on this small island close to St François; 45 min from St François to the island (see was a little bit moving with the motor boat...) but there it is fantastic: you can see turtles, small sharks ("lemon sharks")...More

Thank fabetlucy
Reviewed 9 February 2016

really really nice island, need to have a boat to go there, bring your food and hamoc. Lovely to rest and dive. Many fish : several spices.

Thank steph346
Reviewed 22 December 2015

This place was amazing. The beach was stunning and the best snorkeling experience of my life. Take the time to walk the island and see the iguanas and the views of the sea crashing against the rocks.

1  Thank shreyahmehta
Reviewed 2 September 2015

We visited this incredibly untouched islet which is also part of the national park of Guadeloupe;in other words the area is o,ly for nature lovers and admirers. It just enchanting to watch and listen to the numerous birds as they are not afraid to come...More

1  Thank yvana R
Reviewed 2 August 2015 via mobile

It's a great place to go with wonderful sea side a lot of fishes, small shark, and real life iguanas!! Kids will have fun too!!

1  Thank Sonia B
Reviewed 8 March 2015

Visit by private yacht or charter boat from Point a Pitre, Petit Havre, or Les Saintes. Avoid Petite Terre in a large northerly swell or high winds, as in those conditions waves break dangerously on the bar. Once inside, though, it is always safe and...More

Thank doublewide23
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20 January 2017|
Response from gr68alsace | Reviewed this property |
Petite Terre bien sûr si vous aimez la faune sauvage et les belles plages au bord d'un lagon paradisiaque Sinon les saintes en louant un vélo vous pouvez découvrir l'ile
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