You can reach Quai de trois rivières by calling VHF.
Quai de Trois Rivières is located in the south of Basse-Terre Island, near the ferry terminal of Trois Rivieres. This charming rural community was founded in 1645 but before that it was inhabited by Arawak and Carib people. The most important concentration of pre-Colombian ruins in the Lesser Antil
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Quai de trois rivières is located in Basse-Terre.
Basse-Terre is located in the western part of Guadeloupe, one of the Antilles Islands. It is bordered by the islands Les Saints and Dominic in the South and the Salt River in the North which separates it from the other half of Guadeloupe. Basse-Terre hosts around 180 000 inhabitants that live in the island’s 16 divisions called communes. The largest city on the island is also called Basse-Terre and it is the region’s capital. Bathed by the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea, this island is one of the most exotic touristic destinations in the world.
Basse-Terre is a French oversea land which has been colonized during the 17th century together with other islands in the Guadeloupe archipelago, hence its French origin name. The first inhabitants in this area were the Arawak, followed by the Caribbean indigenes. The multicultural influences have survived to the present day and they represent a part of this island’s charm. The official language spoken in this region is French, but many locals will use the Creole language.
Basse-Terre has a complex and beautiful relief which ranges from active volcanoes and mountains to flat plains and unspoiled isolated beaches. The tropical climate makes of this island a desirable destination all year round.
Tourists who decide to visit this island will be surprised by the affordable services including accommodation, transport and berth booking.
There are plenty of touristic attractions that can live up to anyone’s expectations. Some of the most reputable places in the region of Basse-Terre for those who want to grasp the locals sense of cultural identity- are: the Notre Dame de la Guadeloupe Cathedral; Terre de Bas Island -where you can see the artillery vestiges; the botanic garden; the fort at Terre de Haut; the Guadeloupe National Park, which has been included among UNESCO’s protected sights; Pointe a Pitre where you can get a taste of the local life and do some shopping; the fisher’s villages at Plague du Souffleur and Port Louis. The famous Rum Museum is another interesting place to visit and it gives travelers the chance to understand how this famous beverage is produced.
For an exciting new experience tourists should visit the cascades at Carbet Falls and Cascades aux Ecrevisses. Another rare objective most tourists check out is the active volcano in La Soufrière, situated almost 1500 km high.
Most people visit Basse-Terre for sea adventures and fine sandy beaches; some of the best locations to enjoy a soothing vacation are De Roseau (between Sainte-Marie and Capesterre), De Grande Anse (Deshaies), La Perle (Deshaies), Cluny (Sain-Rose), Malendurea (Bouillante). For those who want to visit one of the most remote beaches, booking a berth with MarinaReservation.com can help tourists save a lot of time and guarantee an amazing trip.
The locals are quite welcoming and always ready to help tourists find a hotel or dining place. The traditional dishes based on fish and season vegetables are tasty. Basse-Terre offers all the ingredients for an unforgettable holiday.
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