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This tour offers to bypass an ancient volcano, to discover several historical and cultural sites, local gastronomy, varieties of rums in Martinique and magnificent natural sites (mangroves and beaches). Don't forget your swimsuits if you want to take beach baths!
Combine the sights of southern Martinique on this culturally-focused half-day tour from Fort-de-France. With your guide, immerse yourself in the local culture through visits to a pottery studio, a distillery, and Diamond Rock. Hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Explore the Atlantic side of Martinique on a half-day tour from the port of Le François. Learn about the island’s ecosystem and surrounding islands, go snorkeling, experience “Josephine’s Bath,” and more. Light snacks and beverages are included. This is an excellent choice for cruise ship passengers or first-time visitors to the island.
Make the most of a short amount of time in Martinique on this tour of the island's most unmissable attractions, including a rum distillery, black sand beach, and historical ruins. This guided small-group tour provides commentary throughout so that you gain a more complete understanding of Martinique's history and culture, and it gives you a taste of Martinique's local flavors through rum tastings.
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Mel & Sherry - We had a wonderful tour with Thomas. Picked us up right on time and showed us beautiful Martinique. He modified the northern tour slightly at our request and provided exactly what we asked for. It was a rainy day and he had a large umbrella we used in the botanical gardens. Thomas gave us much information about Martinique's history and current life style. We highly recommend him and would book him again if we return.
Discover the eastern side of Martinique on a small-group boat tour. Venture out across the Atlantic Ocean for a day of swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing as you explore small islands and stunning beaches. Stop for snacks at a local establishment and enjoy a local rum tasting included in your package.
Discover two unique and historical distilleries and be immersed in the fascinating world of rum production in Martinique. Get to know the interesting story of the rums A1710, truly unique amongst the rums produced in Martinique and stroll in the beautiful estate of the Clément plantation.
We thrive to make you discover a maximum about our island within the timing you have. On this tour you might be lucky to "walk on the water " to reach a bare isle whose causeway opens with the tides likes Mont St Michel in France, it is called the TOMBOLO.
All our private tours can be customized depending on your timing and budget. It is up to you! We can adapt!
With Kreol Harbour everything is possible!
Your experienced and knowledgeable, private driver-guide will pick you up for your tour to discover the history and culture of Martinique! Start by visiting la Savane des Esclaves outdoor museum where you'll learn about the island's history from the Amerindians to the abolition period. You'll enjoy a private visit in your own group.
Then the tour then takes you through Trois-Ilets, stopping shortly to see the old church and also the Anse à l’Ane beach, and then through a winding forest road to Anses D’Arlet. This is a small village with old wooden houses and a beautiful church. A stop for some pictures and optionally, a swim and/or snorkeling to spot tropical fish in the coral reef, and if lucky, turtles! After this, we drive up to the Morne Larcher mountain for a view on the spectacular Diamond Rock. We finish with a visit to the Cap 110°, a memorial site dedicated to a sunken slave ship before taking the highway back towards your accommodation/cruise ship.
A great option for adventure and outdoor enthusiasts, this tour takes you to Clifton Heritage National Park, an important historical and cultural site which has remains of Lucayan, Loyalist, and African settlements. The park is also home to many species of native flora and fauna and a variety of landscapes such as coastal wetlands, dunes, rocky shorelines, and sandy beaches—all of which you can navigate easily in your rugged all-terrain vehicle.
We thrive to make you discover a maximum about our island within the timing you have.On this tour you will enjoy nature and all the natural wonders Martinique has to offer. Depending on your timing a choice is to be made between 2 of the stops aside if time and money is not a problem for you then we can be all yours for the day for an additional fee. All our private tours can be customized depending on your timing and budget.It is up to you! We can adapt!
With Kreol Harbour everything is possible!
This comprehensive tour offers an excellent overview of the island, especially for first-time visitors. Start with a visit to the Montmartre Basilica, a replica of the Sacré-Cœur Basilica in Paris. Then, head into nature to discover waterfalls and tropical forests. Visit a rum distillery, spend time in the historical town of St. Pierre, and take a stroll on a black sand beach. This tour has it all!
This tour will allow you to have a synthetic overview of what constitutes the key elements of the historical, cultural and economic heritage of Martinique ... You will have acquired in addition first hand information on the daily life mode of Martinique and Martiniquaises ...
Programmed at the beginning of your stay, it will give you the keys (useful addresses, sites off the beaten track ...) for your exploration and understanding of the island independently ...
Discover the distillery, one of the oldest of the island and Saint-Pierre, city of art and history, named the Little Pompeii of the Caribbean the ruins of the theater and prison of the only survivor of the eruption and Cross the Tropical Forest by the Trace Road and the Alma River and many photo stops. cross the beaten path. in the heart of the forest the waterfall of the jump gendarme, bai on black sand beach.
Discover the Atlantic side of Martinique on a 3- to 4-hour group tour. Offered at two convenient times, you can easily fit this island tour into your busy schedule. Round-trip transportation from your hotel or cruise terminal is included, so all you need to do is relax and enjoy the adventure. Visit the small islands of Lavigne, Long, Pelée, Oscar, and more. Enjoy refreshments on board the boat, including alcoholic drinks.
North Caribbean Tour in Martinique !
From 9h00 am to 5h00 pm, you will cross our green forest area, our volcano (La Montagne Pelée) and our pitons (Pitons du Carbet).
You will discover waterfalls, the ruins of Saint-Pierre (old colonial maintown destroyed by the volcano in 1902), and the Habitation Depaz to test our best rums. You can also eat our creole food and visit our beaches with black sand.
You want to discover Martinique off the beaten track Embark on an authentic adventure in the south of Martinique! With your Guide you will visit atypical and cultural places, such as the pottery village of Trois Ilets, The Pagerie Museum birthplace of L 'Impératrice Joséphine then the fishing village of Anses d'Arlet with its beautiful beach and its church facing the sea, the inevitable Rocher du Diamant le Cap 110, by the famous Route des Anses and the Trois Rivières rum distillery among others.
We will cross the small shopping streets to La Savane (the large Fort-de-France park) in search of the murals. On our way we can stop in a private art gallery (to be determined according to opening hours). Historical and remarkable monuments such as the Schoelcher library and Saint-Louis cathedral will also be on our route. Foyalaise and Martinique atmosphere throughout our walk!
The Karaib circuit is three discoveries in one excursion.
Departure in the heart of the mangrove navigate between the mangroves at the end of this passage a breathtaking view of one of the most beautiful bay in the world registered with UNESCO, heading towards the Caribbean north of Martinique for a dolphin watching which crisscross our waters.
Then head south for a swim with the turtles.
A passage to the bat cave.
Snorkeling masks and snorkels available.
Snack: local fresh juice, planter tasting local products.