Catamaran Sailing Vacations: Bareboat, Yachts with Crew & By The Cabin Yacht Charter
Experience Paradise with Guadeloupe Catamaran Sailing Vacations
Located in the Leeward Islands, Guadeloupe is a Caribbean overseas region of France that is celebrated for its cultural appeal as well as its scenic attractions. Guadeloupe is made up of several islands that are perfect for exploring with bareboat yacht charters. If you are in need of an island holiday, contact the Catamaran Company to experience a Guadeloupe yacht charter with crew.
Guadeloupe Sailing Vacations and Your 7-Day Itinerary
The great feature about the Catamaran Company is that you can customize your catamaran charter to suit your time frame. Enjoy a five, seven, or an even longer yacht charter in Guadeloupe that allows you to explore the inlets and tranquil lagoons of the islands while rejuvenating in the bright Caribbean sun. When designing your travel itinerary, keep the following stops in mind.
Famous for its sandy beaches, Grande Terre is one of Guadeloupe’s most vibrant islands and home to the city of Pointe-a-Pitre. Explore the city’s shops and enjoy a Creole feast at one of the city’s renowned restaurants. A cultural melting pot, Pointe-a-Pitre is a great place to enjoy a night out on the town.
The beach of Sainte-Anne is located on Grande Terre and is an idyllic Caribbean locale with its transparent waters and swaying palms. No matter how luxurious your Guadeloupe bareboat yacht charter is, you might be tempted never to leave this sandy slice of paradise.
Also located on the island of Grande Terre, Le Moule is a more remote locale that is famous for its archaeological ruins associated with early native groups like the Arawak civilization. The town is home to many charming colonial structures as well as a famed distillery that produces Damoiseau rum. You can also experience an eco-adventure by hiking the area and enjoying its majestic cliff-tops views.
Located on the island of Basse Terre, Carbet Falls is one of the country’s premier tourist attractions. The falls cascade along the forested slopes of La Soufriere, an active volcano that is also popularly visited by travelers to Guadeloupe. The falls were actually witnessed by Christopher Columbus on one of his voyages to the West Indies. Unfortunately for him, he didn’t have access to one of the Catamaran Company’s by the cabin catamaran charters for exploring these tropical islands.
Guadeloupe National Park
Located on Basse Terre near La Soufriere, Guadeloupe National Park is also a designated UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. This extraordinary tropical forest is home to more than a 100 different species of orchids as well as a dazzling array of wildlife. After days of snorkeling or cruising the blue sea on your bareboat yacht charter, it can be incredibly refreshing to hike the enchanting terrain in this region.
Noted as one of the most spectacular dive sites on the planet, Guadeloupe’s Pigeon Island is also home to the Jacques Cousteau Underwater Reserve. The underwater park is an extraordinary place to scuba with its otherworldly reefs and teeming schools of tropical fish.
Be sure to include a stop at Marie-Galante Island for a taste of fresh sugar cane and a dip in the azure waters that surround the island. Scuba and snorkeling are popular off Marie-Galante, which is well-known for its sugar plantations and tourist-friendly hospitality.
Guadeloupe catamaran sailing vacations with the Catamaran Company make for an unforgettable catamaran charter experience. Yachts with crew are available, so you can plan a luxurious, carefree Guadeloupe sailing adventure you’ll never forget. With its European, African, and West Indian cultural mix, Guadeloupe will charm you with its singular culture and excellent sailing experiences.
Sample Itinerary for your Guadeloupe Bareboat Catamaran Sailing Vacations
Day 1: Explore the city of Pointe-a-Pitre
Day 2: Lounge on Sainte-Anne Beach
Day 3: Hike the cliffs of Le Moule
Day 4: Visit Carbet Falls and Guadeloupe National Park
Day 5 and 6: Scuba off Pigeon Island and explore Jacques Cousteau Underwater Reserve
Day 7: Snorkel off Marie-Galante