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Martinique: Private Customizable Tour with Transfer

1. Martinique: Private Customizable Tour with Transfer

We will pick you where you want in order to start your 5 hour of your private tour in Martinique. We will set up an itinerary for you, according to what you want to do or your point of interest. You can discover in black sand beach in Le Carbet, the ruins of the town of St Pierre destroyed by the volcano, see a waterfall, chill at a white sand beach, taste our local amazing rum, and so on! Our professionnal tour guide will let you discover the island the way you want. Enjoy your tour, take your time ! Example of itinerary: Tour1: Balata church, balata garden (jardin de balata), Alma River, Saut Gendarme waterfall, Ruins of St Pierre, Le Carbet beach, Depaz Rum distillery. Tour2: Pottery village (village de la poterie), Anses d'Arlet Beach, the Diamond Rock, Cap 110 slavery memorial, Trois Rivieres rum distillery. Tour3: A rum distillery, Les Salines beach Tour4: Habitation Clément, Distillery St James, Tombolo of Ste Marie.

Martinique: Dolphin-Watching Cruise with Snacks

2. Martinique: Dolphin-Watching Cruise with Snacks

During this 4 hours trip, you will sail along the leeward coast, then you will go a little further offshore to meet the dolphins for an observation in their natural environment. You will then head to Bellefontaine to discover its bat cave and enjoy the crystal clear water with its magnificent coral bottom and its marine turtles. Your morning will continue with a Creole snack with traditional salt pies, planter, homemade juice and fresh fruit.

Scenic Tropical Island Tour

3. Scenic Tropical Island Tour

After being collected from your cruise ship terminal, you'll depart on a circuit which mixes local history with local drinks. Your first stop will be the Balata Church, where you shouldn't be surprised if the beauty of the white dome looks familiar, as it is a replica of the Sacred Heart in Paris.  It will then be time to move on to a rum distillery where you will not only visit, but also enjoy a Martinique rum tasting. Following that, head to St. Pierre, the Caribbean equivalent of Pompeii.  In 1902, more than 30,000 people were killed in the eruption of Mount Pelee. The museum there relives the disaster and tells the story of a prisoner who managed to escape death by lava. Finally, there is a little more history in store at Le Carbet. It is a small fishing village which was made famous in 1502 by the arrival of Christopher Columbus.

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Great excursion!!! The guide was incredibly nice, helpful and knowledgeable. It really doesn't get any better! As the weather was unstable he kept an eye on it and drove us to spots where the weather was good. We were traveling with children and wanted to go to the beach. (But of course you can also discuss everything else) The beach was great and the water was very calm. Made a long stop and saw and learned a lot along the way. A stop at the local BBQ grill with chicken was also great! All thumbs up - great class