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Officially known as the La Guadeloupe, is one of the islands of the Lesser Antilles. This unique blend of Caribbean and France has the state of the art infrastructure and hospitable people who welcome visitors wholeheartedly. The island is separated into two areas, Grande-Terre in the east and Basse-Terre in the west which also includes the capital city. Those who come to France make it a point not to miss their visit to Guadeloupe to experience its golden sandy beaches by pristine water and enjoy the tropical fruits in sunny weather. The official language of the place is also French while the locals have French passports and citizenship.

This one of a kind mix of Caribbean and France has given birth to some excellent cuisine that can be found nowhere else. French Caribbean cuisine spells into Creole specialties that add magical exotic spices with French cuisine. You can have deliciously fresh sea food drink is dominated by the local rum and luxurious imported French wine.

The prime time to visit Guadeloupe is from December to May when the weather is dry and warm. The capital city of Basse-Terre features beautiful parks, opportunities for diving and is a modern city where tourists can stay comfortably benefitting from all the luxuries of the world. On the other hand, the southern coast of Grand-Terre is the country’s main resort destination. It features clear blue seas as well as sugar cane fields for its visitors. Places not to miss in Guadeluope include the Pigeon Island where you can touch the under water statue of Jacques Cousteau, Terre-de-Haut, the island where you can enjoy simple walk by the sea, Deshaies where you can enjoy mouth watering gourmet stuff and the La Soufriere where you can go hiking to the misty top of a gloomy volcano.