Located in the heart of the archipelago of the Lesser Antilles, Guadeloupe is bathed by the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Caribbean Sea to the west. It consists of two main islands: Grande-Terre, limestone, flat (585 km2) and Basse-Terre, volcanic and hilly (943 km2).
In the latter part of the island lies the national park. Nature lovers will be happy: in addition to the forest, Basse-Terre, offers them a botanical garden, a flower park, and a fabulous underwater reserves, known throughout the world. And the main asset of Grande-Terre is located on the coast, with beautiful white sand beaches and tranquil turquoise lagoons.