The boundaries of the UNESCO listed World Biosphere Reserve, Le Parc Nationale de la Guadeloupe encompass a green and very wet area of 173 square kilometers and is one of the leading attractions of visiting the Basse-Terre’s tropical rainforest. Picnicking Sunday families enjoy the rushing rivers and share the park with active hikers on La Maison de la Forêt, and gushing waterfall enthusiasts frolic the Cascade au Écrevisse and the Carbet Falls (Les chutes du Carbet), a series of waterfalls on the Carbet River and perhaps one of the most visited tourist sites in Guadeloupe.
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