Guadeloupe comprises two main islands with white sand beaches and a beautiful jungle teeming with animals. It also has the highest waterfall in this global region, not surpassing any of its more well-known neighbors.
Guadeloupe’s musical history is quite strong. Thus, it hosts major events such as the Creole Blues Festival, which draws some of the world’s most excellent blues musicians, and the Antilles Music Festival features biguine, gwo ka, and zouk music. In June, the gwo ka genre hosts its music festival. Sporting activities are also popular, and colorful, and exciting. You should not miss festivals like Carnavale, International Creole Day, and Creole Week.
Guadeloupe vacations and island events are available year-round, regardless of the month you visit. Guadeloupe has a wide range of restaurants to suit your preferences and budget. Gastronomic delights include French specialties with a hint of island flavors. Some of the island’s best chefs are West Indians who studied and practiced in mainland France, resulting in a fusion of two cuisines that is surprisingly excellent.