2 Volcanoes in Martinique that you should visit - With photos & details

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2 Volcanoes to explore in Martinique

It is an island which is an overseas territorial collectivity of France, in the eastern Caribbean Sea. The island features many beautiful beaches, rain forests, and mountains.

Morne LarcherMorne Larcher, Les Anses-d'Arlet, Martinique

Morne Larcher is a volcanic origin summit located in the municipalities of Diamant and Anses d'Arlet in Martinique. A hiking trail, connecting Petite-Anse to Anse Cafard, crosses the pass between the summit and the Croix Diamant. It provides access to a viewpoint at an altitude of 400 m. The site, for its volcanic geology and its flora, is part of the volcanic and forest areas of Martinique, proposed since 2014 in the world heritage classification . In addition, the southern slope is classified

Mount PeléeMt Pelée, Arrondissement of Saint-Pierre, Martinique

Mont Pelee is an active volcano on the island of Martinique and erupted dramatically in 1902. Pelee means bald in French and this probably refers to the denuded volcanic landscape the first French settlers saw in 1635. This catastrophe has since lent its name to an unpredictable and violent type of volcanic eruption known as a Peléan eruption. The area is very greenish and it is also suitable for nice trekking and there are several routes of varying difficulty. It also offers a superb view of Ma