Le Carbet in Martinique, from Caribbean region, is best know for Other Outdoor Activities. Discover best things to do in Le Carbet with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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5 based on 84 reviews
discover Martinique in riding a jetski, try to fly with flyboard or hoverboard, make wakeboard with montagne Pelée on your view...take fun and be cool...
Courte location par manque de temps mais Pascal s est arrange pour que tout se passe pour le mieux.
mes 3 enfants ont pu venir essayer avec moi le jet.
Grand moment de bonheur pour nous tous.
Tarif correct et patron sympathique.
A essayer au CARBET..
5 based on 154 reviews
I dove with Papa D'Lo for five dives, and enjoyed every second. The guys in the dive shop is very professional and very, very good divers. I can recommend this dive shop to everyone. They try their best to make all the dives so good...MoreTanks a lot for your review. We hope to see you soon in Martinique.
5 based on 143 reviews
Hello my name is Benoit, I will be please to welcome you on board of Amphitrite, my boat ! Here no hurry, no loads of tourist i'ts only U&me (well 6 persons in fact)I show you dolphins which are most of the time playing in front of the harbourg : Case pilote, so no time waste to naviguate too far and more time to enjoy and be panpered ! we'll have snorkeling time, rhumand fresh fruits!
Nous avons beaucoup apprécié notre sortie Dauphin avec Benoît
Benoit est un passionné de la mer et de son environnement qu’il respecte contrairement à d’autres sociétés qui se foutent totalement des dauphins et de leur bien être !
Nous avons fait une halte au marché de St pierre fort sympathique !
Et bien entendu le petit en-cas est merveilleux
Merci benoit !
4.5 based on 111 reviews
we loved the hike, beautiful views, amazing history, nicely done. It is quite easy walk and can not wait to do it again. We walked all the way from St Piere and it did take extra 2h there and back but definitely worth it
4.5 based on 191 reviews
We went to this place just after seeing Balata garden and probably that was the mistake. Not bad the garden very well taken care but compared to the Balata garden it's rather simple. It didn't helped either that it was raining and to do walks we barely did half.
In overall I think you see something not very different from the garden and do not see it after seeing the garden.
4.5 based on 381 reviews
After an adventourous drive the road simply ended at Habitation Couleuvre. Small parking. Then follow the little path. Before you reach the beach you'll pass a former raffinery. It's all in ruins now but it's fascinating though to see how the jungle claims back what was once his. The beach itself offers shadow but further no facilities - don't forget to brink food and water then! Snorkelling was fine, we saw lots of fish and a sea turtle. Best spot are the rocks along the right side of the beach. Enjoy, it's sure worth trying!
4.5 based on 693 reviews
Loved this zoo! There is a safe boardwalk path leading you along a loop which keeps the kids from roaming too far away. The plants throughout are beautiful and there are trees to create shade in a lot of areas. The ruins and old machinery make the enclosures and the zoo something different and special. There is an interesting variety of animals - and not so many that you are bored before it is over - and not so few that you feel you've missed something.
We were on Martinique for the day from a cruise ship so we rented a car to drive here & couple it with a visit to St. Pierre. Luckily there are large yellow signs leading you the right way once you are close to St. Pierre. The zoo was much closer to the city than I expected from the map I had. Also beware if you book a car with Enterprise - despite our reservation showing pickup at the location within walking distance to the cruise terminal they had our reservation request listed as the airport location.
4.5 based on 208 reviews
I can't review the actual excursion, because despite our best efforts were were unable to go. We arrived in St Pierre on a rainy day trying to figure out what to do, and learned at about 10:45 am that the single train ride of the day was leaving at 11 am. Though we typically tend away from "tours", with 3 young boys, we figured this would be as good a way as any to spend an hour or two - seeing some sights without getting wet. We rushed to the train, getting there right at 11, and were told that the ride would be canceled if there were not at least 10 paying adults. Well, we were the only ones on the train - 2 adults and 3 children. We waited a few minutes, and when no-one came, the driver said he was canceling the trip. We offered (in French) to pay extra to make up for the lack of other passengers, but he refused. We asked about taking an abbreviated tour, but he refused. We asked whether he might offer the ride again later in the day, but he said no. So, we got off the train and left. No idea whether it would have been good or bad. Giving it 2 stars because the train itself (where we waited for 10 minutes) is comfortable, with well-padded seats, and it's roofed in with open-air sides which would make it comfortable rain or shine. But don't get your hopes up about going unless you have at least 10 adults with you - or you're sure there are enough other passengers to get there.
4 based on 150 reviews
Very nice place by waterfall is downstairs and through small creek waterway, but amasing here and in the Mountains. This water is not hot, the swimming pool around is not so deep and the steamy tropical atmosphere of mountain waterfall is completely in the evening, dont mis this time. Some insects and anolis lizzard remember tropical forest... Wonderfull is it after the day in the hills with rain showers... Refreshment more over all!
4.5 based on 230 reviews
This mountain may look innocent, but don't be fooled: it's really a volcano, responsible for the destruction of the town of St. Pierre.
My husband and our two kids, ages 10 and 12, did this hike in March 2017. There are three different routes to take - L'Aileron, Grande-Savane, and Grand-Rivière. We did L'Aileron. My understanding is that Grande-Savane is a straight shot up on the sunny side while L'Aileron has more varied terrain and up the interior side. Grand-Riviere is much longer hike where you start from almost the coastline. Anyway, we started off around 10am; it was cloudy, rainy and cool, so make sure you bring a raincoat and good hiking shoes. My understanding is that it is usually cloudy, particularly in the morning, so don't expect beautiful views to start. The way up wasn't terribly challenging and we made it up in about an hour and 15 minutes. Once at the top, you can either just hang out a bit and head back down OR do a hike around the Caldera. We chose option two, which was a much more interesting and challenging hike, scrambling up and down rocks. While hiking the Caldera, the clouds started to dissipate and we had beautiful views of the coast and the interior of Martinique. It was just gorgeous. The Caldera took about 2 hours, and then it was another 1 hour plus down. We loved it, had a great time! We were hiking for about 5 hours in total. Would definitely recommend it!
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