Carbet Waterfalls

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These spectacular waterfalls were described by Christopher Colombus in 1493 as "a major water source, drawing water from all sides of the mountain". Their beauty remains untouched against the stunning backdrop of wooded mountainside on the southeastern slopes of La Soufrière. The three falls are not all equally accessible. The second is the most impressive but no longer accessible. Meanwhile, access to the first has been reopened.

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Carbet Falls - Second Waterfall
Carbet Falls - Second Waterfall
Follow the path of large black stones
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Climbing La Soufrière
Climbing La Soufrière
The most popular and best-marked path
La Soufrière
La Soufrière
The symbol of Guadeloupe, La Soufrière
2:00
La Bonifierie
La Bonifierie
A bonifierie is a processing plant where
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Maison de la Banane de Trois-Rivières
Maison de la Banane de Trois-Rivières
Located in a former planter's house,
1:00
Parc Archéologique des Roches-Gravées
Parc Archéologique des Roches-Gravées
The archaeological park invites visitors
1:00
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Carbet Falls - Second Waterfall
Carbet Falls - Second Waterfall
Follow the path of large black stones
0:30
Climbing La Soufrière
Climbing La Soufrière
The most popular and best-marked path
La Soufrière
La Soufrière
The symbol of Guadeloupe, La Soufrière
2:00
See all