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Nicknamed “the Island of Flowers” due to its richness in geological and floral diversity, this island offers countless opportunities for lovers of nature and outdoor activities….

Martinique, originally called JOAUNACAERA or the Island of the Iguanas by the indigineous Taínos of Ayiti (Haiti), was discovered in 1502 by Christopher Columbus. It has been one of the “theatre nations” where some of the most important historical movements have taken place.

Martinique’s cultural density and richness is influenced by the presence of Indigenous Caribbeans, European settlers, West Africans as well as Indians and Chinese, who after abolition made this island a true melting pot of diversity.

According to the treasured poet Edouard Glissant, Martinique is an “Tout-Monde” (an “All-World”). It’s the ideal place for History and Culture enthusiasts. Located in the South of the Caribbean basin, Martinique provides an exceptional climate with a dry season which extends from mid-December until mid-June.

When to travel to Martinique ?


The dry season, between November and June, offers an ideal and enjoyable climate with milder temperatures (around 28°C).

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A true luxury ...


For us, luxury is defined by the uniqueness of each travel experience.

Embark on an unforgettable journey steeped in the traditions of the Creole Culture.
Surrender your spirit to the magic of Martinique.

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At a glance


  • Discover a volcano and its history
  • Introduction to Creole traditions
  • Discover a tropical forest: Hiking + Camping
  • Taste Creole cuisine
  • Nautical adventure
  • Discover the Mangrove
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Recommended duration : 8 to 12 days

Each travel project being personalized, it is not possible for us to display pre-established rates.

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