This excursion has a lot to offer including a guided visit to the church of Balata, the ruins of Saint-Pierre and more! Your English speaking shore excursion guide (or French or in another language upon request) will be waiting for you. Then after you get checked in and climb aboard your comfortable and air-conditioned transportation (in van or minibus for maximum 18 customers). You will be driven through the Caribbean coastal road. The first stop would be the Neisson Rum distillery located in Le Carbet. The next stop would be the Carbet Beach, a wide beach with calm sea and black sand. You can relax while looking at the sea, at the Mount Pelée or maybe refresh yourself by swimming a bit. Then it would be time to go to the ruins of Saint Pierre. Once destroyed by the volcano, it was partially rebuilt on the ruins left. Then you would continue following the Route de la Trace to delight yourself with Martinique’s nature. The next stop it is on to the Gendarme Waterfalls. Then, the next stop is the Alma River, you will see the abundant tropical rainforest. Then the Sacred Heart Church, also known as Balata Church.
Leslie & Maryam
Hello, my name is Leslie, I'm 33, I am from Martinique (born and raised in Martinique :D) and I propose you to discover my island thanks to my transportation company with authentic tours, away from tourist traps and off the beaten track. I have decided to launch my tours company 2 years ago in order to let people discover the island in private or in small group with real passionnated locals !
Spring water, juice, rum
minivan or small bus
Discover the green part of Martinique, the nature, and the rich history of my island with authentic places. From the rum factory, to the beach, to the ruins of St Pierre, to the rainforest, let's get impressed by Martinique!
最多10人參加，不限年齡。 This tour is not for people who has serious sick motion because of the very windy Trace Road. This tour is also not really accessible to person in wheelchair (they will not be able to enjoy the tour completely).
The hidden gems of the Northern Island