Yacht Charter Guadeloupe
A Guadeloupe sailing charter is the ideal vacation for those looking to escape to the authentic, less-traveled Caribbean. And, as more than two-thirds of Guadeloupe is a nature reserve, it’s also a great location for lovers of wildlife.
Sailing Guadeloupe’s French archipelago offers the chance to discover small islands close to our base at Bas du Fort, such as Marie Galante and Les Saintes. If you want to sail further out, you can head north to Antigua or south to Dominica.
Eastern Guadeloupe, Grand-Terre, features Pointe-à-Pitre, the island’s biggest city, while the less developed western Guadeloupe, Basse-Terre, is dominated by an impressive national park. A narrow channel called the Salt River separates these two halves of the island.
Make sure you get to swim in the refreshing pools of beautiful Crayfish waterfall while on your Guadeloupe sailing charter. Or sail south and visit the famous 350-foot Carbet Waterfalls.
Nearby is the island of Marie Galante, which offers fantastic snorkeling and scenic sugarcane fields. For anchorages, head to Les Saintes and take a stroll on Terre-de-Haut.
For marine life and colorful coral forests, head to Jacques Cousteau’s Underwater Reserve, close to Pigeon Island. This underwater world is considered one of the best dive sites in the Windward Islands and is not to be missed if you’re sailing Guadeloupe.