Finally, it will be time to return you to your Martinique cruise ship terminal at 2pm. Her van was very comfortable. The gorges are amazing to see! Originally, we did not ask for a translator, but we ended up getting him and it was great! What is the best way to discover a country, a region, a city? They are famous for their white rum and you will have the chance to see the rum process. You can choose accommodations and tours from a lot of providers who have partnered with us. Any perfectly planned trip often involves meticulous information research on the same. You will be driven through the Caribbean coastal road.
Editing a trip allows you to explore every attraction, every accommodation synced with it. Then on to St Pierre to see a Rum Distillery DePaz in the shadow of the island's volcano. She took us all over the island. More Show less Booked the half day Yole Boat sailing tour through TripAdvisor. Captain spoke no English, and I had no idea what I was doing. Although Excursions Martinique - Beyond The Beach has a plethora of information about it, categorizing it and custom tailoring it to fit to your trip is next to impossible. The principle is simple: on Beyond The Beach you have a choice of meal service at the inhabitant, you just have to make a request for availability, and the host will confirm the date requested.
Your meeting point for this Martinique Excursion is just a short distance from either of the cruise ship piers. Dear Michelle, If you have a look on the decription of the activity you have booked you will see that the yole class is for 2. All in all, about 6 hours of a beautiful island, in air conditioned comfort, with a fantastic local guide. She knew the island in and out. View trip options lets you clone and edit that were once compiled by other users.
This is where we will need an expert to help us out: this will be you. Discover Martinique not only for its impressive nature and beaches but for its diversity of flavors! The concept allows you to discover our island through cultural, sporting, artistic and other activities, in private or in small groups, at attractive prices, and thanks to passionated locals. You will be able to admire the scenery and the majestic Mount Pelee as you pass by. Gendarme is French for mounted police. Nobody knows more the island than its people. Unfortunately I had to cut my exploration of the city short due to a predicted afternoon shower. I wish all tour guides were as likable as Leslie is! I definitely recommend this tour! Stopped at a pastry shop for some tasty treats.
And we have tasted quite a lot of local food. The tour guide Gladys was excellent. We have received the pictures of that day and we know that you had fun. As we walked through the old distillery, with its world-class collection of gleaming vintage copper stills, his words came to life. Very nice young lady, with a great smile. He was very patient and we had great fun and learnt a lot about nature.
I for the same can only understand so much. I am glad and I thank you all for this great moments! Most of the site is working just fine, but you won't be able to sign in or add content for a short time. I would give the tour six stars if that was possible. Beyond the beach is a new way to discover Martinique focusing on a truly immersion by meeting local people. Went to Rum Distillery for a tasting of many different rums.
There were 3 couples in a fairly new, oversized Citroen minivan. The next stop would be the Carbet Beach, a wide beach with calm sea, transparent waters and black sand. And sips from a small plastic goblet of rum punch provided by their boat captain, that is. The next stop it is on to the Gendarme Waterfalls, some said the waterfall took its name because of the policemen and their horses stopped here for refreshment. From there to the beautiful beach in the town of Le Carbel.
Diamond Rock is next, one of the island's natural highlights formed over years of wear from wind and sea. I found the old downtown area of Fort-de-France a relaxing place to spend a couple of hours, and easy to navigate on foot. She knew a lot about the island and she spoke very good English. This is why Beyond the Beach gives you the opportunity to discover the authenticity, the vibrant culture and the rich heritage of the Island of Flowers along with the warmth of its people. Leslie what amazing tour we were a group of twelve adults from the minute i emailed leslie i knew this tour was right for us. For lunch, head to the , where a windmill has been converted into a breezy hilltop restaurant with amazing views of the Caribbean Sea serving up Creole specialties like boudin blanc, a seasonal sausage made with fish and local crayfish. Enjoy a taste and also have the opportunity to purchase a bottle of your favorite one! We headed away from the port and climbed up through the hills to visit first a church that is a replica of Montmartre in Paris.