From the Pointe du bout site, a maritime shuttle crosses the legendary Fort-de-France bay in 20 minutes, one of the 30 most beautiful bays in the world since the 2012 ranking.
On arrival in the capital Fort-de-France, shopping is open in the town's stalls.
The guide suggests visiting the local spice, fruit and vegetable market.
You will see listed and emblematic monuments of the capital: the eclectic-style Schœlcher library; Fort Saint-Louis built in 1710; the Saint-Louis cathedral dating from 1891…
A Creole aperitif and lunch are served in a restaurant nestled on a working farm. Continuing south, you will visit the surprising Savannah of the Slaves, a renovated site which wonderfully interprets significant episodes in the life of the slave-chestnuts who once fled the plantations. Traditional huts, clay floors, or dried leaf roofs bear witness to the past.
At the heart of the site, a hut-museum entitled "In memory of our ancestors" reveals life-size statues carved in hard Mahogany wood and which illustrate scenes from the lives of slaves.
5.30 p.m. - Return to the hotel.
Included: lunch at the restaurant + access to the maritime shuttle +1 entry to the Savannah of Slaves site + Guided tour of the Capital
Duration: The day
Appointment: Every Friday, between 7.30 a.m. and 8 a.m. - Hotel departure
To envisage: Hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, camera
Possibility to book a transfer with your hostess Coeur des îles directly on site
Our excursions are guaranteed subject to availability.