Created 4-Feb-11
Guadeloupe, an overseas department of France, is an archipelago consisting of seven islands in the eastern Caribbean Sea. The largest island is composed of two parts, shaped like the wings of a butterfly, joined by a narrow strait. The eastern wing, Grand-Terre, has many beaches and towns. The western wing, Basse-Terre, is home to Guadeloupe National Park with its Soufriere Volcano and Chutes du Carbet (Carbet Falls).

Chutes du Carbet, Basse-Terre

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Created 14-Mar-22
Modified 14-Mar-22
Chutes du Carbet, Basse-Terre

Pointe des Chateaux, Grand-Terre

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Created 11-Jan-21
Modified 11-Jan-21
Pointe des Chateaux, Grand-Terre