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Price and Availability Index Guadeloupe
Holiday Letting Price Information in Guadeloupe
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Guadeloupe. Prices reach a peak a week in January. The price per night in a holiday letting in Guadeloupe this week (19/01 - 26/01) costs on average £93. However, in September (07/09 - 14/09), prices decrease to an average of £73 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Guadeloupe
Check out the graph above to find out how many holiday rentals are available in Guadeloupe (in %). The week with the least available rentals is in January (19/01 - 26/01), with only 53% of the rentals available. The week with the highest percentage of available lettings is in April (27/04 - 04/05).
The weather in Guadeloupe
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. This year, June will have higher average temperatures. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is February.
Go wild with a holiday home in exotic Guadeloupe
Waterfalls, exotic wildlife, luscious forests and beaches can all be found in this incredible archipelago. Combining a French sensibility with Caribbean comfort, the white beaches and mangrove swamps of Guadeloupe provide a perfect holiday destination.
Tastes of the islands
With a number of Creole specialities and a strong French influence, Guadelope's cuisine is replete with luxurious seafood and curry dishes. Make sure you try the Callaloo, a bacon and spinach soup, matete, a hot crab curry, and accras (cod fritters). You can also dine on crab and lobster to your heart's content.
Getting around Guadeloupe
Take a trip to the slopes of La Soufriere volcano, an 1467 m high volcano. The last eruption was in 1440 and the fecund volcanic soil is home to innumerable exotic species. Go diving in Lesteflo near Petit-Canal, and while you are there take a look at the monument to liberty carved by slaves. Pointe-a-Pitre is a remarkable urban centre that rewards explorers with its historic colonial architecture.
The highlights of Guadeloupe
Pointe des Chateaux
The history of this spot reaches back to the Arawak Indian tribes in the year 300. Take the path up from the white sandy beaches to the Morne Pavillion and drink in the views of the stunning landscape. In the springtime you can even spot whales. You can visit the islands including Desirade, the Petite Terre nature reserve and the Unesco-protected Saints island throughout the year.
Jardin Botanique de Deshaies
This incredible exotic garden is full of vividly coloured parrots, unusual plants and dramatic blooms. Fifteen themed gardens showcase the the world's most incredible flora, including over 1000 species from the Caribbean and across the globe. Look out for the baobab, the kigelia (also known as the sausage tree) and the Guadeloupe Palm.
Known for its beauty and clear waters, this favourite of sailors draws visitors with to idyllic beaches and an landmark mountain. With a luxuriant leafy forest rising steeply from the coast where it almost touches the azure sea but for a sliver of white sand, Pompierre is one of the most incredible beaches in the world.
Parc des Mamelles
Awarded a certificate of excellence by Tripadvisor in recognition of its visitor-friendly design, children will love this wildlife park's accessibility almost as much as the vast array of well tended animals who call it home.
St. Anne Beach
Cornflower blue skies melt into the sea at St Anne Beach. Strewn with palm trees, St Anne is more beautiful than your mental picture of the perfect beach. Despite its perfection there' is always a snack bar nearby so you won't have to worry about a thing.
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