Saut De La Lézarde
About Saut De La Lézarde
Saut De La Lézarde is a beautiful waterfall that was on the Lézarde river which is located in the Guadeloupe National Park in the town of Petit-Bourg in Guadeloupe. Along with other waterfalls, it is one of the places of tourist attraction of the archipelago. Like all retention basins at the foot of the waterfalls and jumps in Guadeloupe, the Lézarde jump is frequented by tourists who can swim there. You can spend some good times here and also can enjoy the miracle of nature.
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The Moreau Falls are a series of waterfalls consisting of a large main jump 100 meters high and two secondary jumps located on the course of the Moreau River in Guadeloupe. They are located in the national park of Guadeloupe on the territory of the municipality of Goyave on the island of Basse-Terre. This fall is found in an environment of hygrophilous plants and also this place is a little bit risky to reach and her you can enjoy nature's beauty.
A beautiful waterfall that was placed onto the River Grande plaine and located in an insular region of France. it has a 9 meters altitude and there is a natural pool where people swim. Beware of the rocky area and the access to this area is not much difficult and you can enjoy your holidays here and can rejuvenate your soul. Here diving is not advisedd because of the harsh rocks in the waterfall.
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The Habitation La Grivelière is a group of agricultural buildings in a coffee plantation located in Vieux-Habitants on Basse-Terre in the department of Guadeloupe in France. Founded at the end of the xvii th century, This estate of almost 90 hectares is classified with the historic buildings since 1987. It is an old plantation dating from colonial times which can be reached by traveling along a steep little mountain road.
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