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Things to do in Martinique
Fort De France - enjoy a walk through the Garden of Balata
The garden of Balata is to the North of the Fort de France, situated on the old main transportation route of the island. The gardens contain many tropical plants, found around the island and the region as well as from other tropical regions of the globe. As you walk through the garden tyr tp spot the beautiful orchids and anthuriums, as well as plants such as ginger.
La Trinite - take a sip on a rum making tour
The Caribbean is renowned for its cocktails and drinks and in particular for its rum, Martinique is no exception. There are miles of sugar cane fields wherever you go around the island, mixed in between these are a number of distilleries, where you can visit and see the whole process of how rum is made, and sample some of the different blends. Most of the distilleries are open during the week, with some also open on Saturday.
Sainte Luce - take a tour to fishing village
The picturesque fishing village of Saint Luce is situated on the south of the island, and offers beautiful views across the Caribbean. There is plenty to see and do in the town itself, apart for the beautiful beaches. One area of particular interest is the Montravail Forest, which has special areas for visitors, containing many rocks that were carved by the Carib Indians, the original inhabitants of the region.
Sainte Luce - visit the Plantation Trios Rivieres
Located on the south of the island of Martinique, is the Plantation Trios Rivieres, which is one of the more popular brands of rum made on the island. Located within the estate is a museum that highlights the development of the industry and explains the various uses of coconut. There is also a restored windmill, where you can see the rum being made and also try some of it.
Introduction of Martinique
The island of Martinique combines a unique mix of French and Caribbean culture due to its status as a French overseas department. Hotels in Martinique are just as varied as its scenery, which has beautiful beaches in the south, stunning rainforests in the north, and towering mountains in the centre. Whether visitors are looking for luxury four star resorts overlooking the beach, rustic campsites, or everything in between, Martinique hotels provide options for all tastes and budgets. Popular alternatives to hotels in Martinique are the more than 100 completely furnished villas and apartments for rent across the island. Visitors who prefer to camp on the beach, forests, or mountains must do so at one of Martinique’s many campgrounds, at least two of which supply full amenities. Those who truly want to escape from it all and have the money to do so may even reserve one of the nearby private islands of Ilet Thierry and Ilet Oscar.