Zoological and Botanical Park


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Zoological and Botanical Park

The Zoological and Botanical Park of Guadeloupe, located in Basse-Terre comprises four hectares of rainforest dedicated to the conservation of rare and endangered animals. There are hiking trails that run through the forest where visitors can admire turtles, monkeys, jaguars and numerous colourful birds species.

Do & See

Pointe-a-Pitre is compact and easily navigable, offering nicely-preserved 19th-century architecture, vibrant marketplaces, excellent museums and the lively Place de la Victoire, the central square around which much of urban life revolves. The city also serves as a great home base for exploring the nearby natural beauty of the islands, with easy access to the imposing volcano La Grande Soufrière, the Guadeloupe National Park on Basse-Terre, and the other idyllic islands that make up Guadeloupe.