Karukera, the island of beautiful waters

Guadeloupe is an archipelago located in the heart of the West Indian arc, at the crossroads of the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.
It is made up of two main islands : Grande Terre and Basse Terre, to which are added Désirade, Marie-Galante, Saintes (Terre-de-Haut and Terre-de-Bas) as well as the islands of Petite-Terre.

The butterfly island is captivating in more than one way : traditions, heritage, art of living, nature and landscapes, not to mention its gastronomy with delicious flavors and smells.

It is a natural island with a variety of landscapes sculpted by the origin of the two main islands : Grande Terre, coral island and Basse Terre, volcanic.

Its tropical climate gives it an exuberant vegetation and an exceptionally varied fauna.

The color palette of the beaches seems endless: golden sand, white sand, black sand. Bordered by rocks and palm trees, they are a feast for the eyes and a pleasure for swimming. The paradisiacal turquoise waters promise exceptional underwater landscapes.

Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin, mangroves, Cousteau reserve, coral reef, waterfalls, hiking trails, the Soufrière Volcano are all remarkable discoveries.

The photos we took during our walks are a glimpse of this sumptuous setting. Check out La Koumbala’s photo albums!

Do not hesitate any longer, join La Koumbala and let yourself be lulled by Creole sweetness.