Everything you ever wanted to know about the French-Caribbean island of Guadeloupe, but never found anybody to ask.
by Mirva Lempiäinen ([email protected]) in Blog on 25 July 2017
If you are traveling to Guadeloupe with the new, cheap Norwegian flights from the US (or from elsewhere) and are interested in getting ideas for where to stay in Gwada, finding out the top 30 best things to see and do here, plus want to get answers to common traveler questions (What’s the seaweed situation like? Is it easy to find wifi? What should I bring with me? What if I don’t speak French?), this e-book is for you!
Congratulations on making an excellent vacation choice! Known as the Butterfly Island, Guadeloupe is one of the most beautiful and diverse Caribbean destinations. It is also one of the least known: “Gwada” has remained the secret paradise of the Frenchies for years. There’s not much detailed information available in English, and even the latest printed English-language Guadeloupe guidebook dates back to the early 2000s. This is where the Quick Gwada Guide comes to your rescue. This e-book (63 pages) will tell you all the basics that you need to know before starting your vacation in “tropical France” – where to stay, what to do, what transportation options are like, where to book activities and ferry tickets, what to eat and where to enjoy nightlife. All the information is up-to-date as of February 2017. The Quick Gwada Guide represents hundreds of hours of explorations and encompasses tips collected from locals, visitors and expats.
About the author:
I’m a travel writer and journalist, and have been based in Guadeloupe since 2014. Originally from Finland, I lived in the USA for more than a decade and I hold a master’s degree from the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism. I am a travel addict: so far I have visited about 80 countries on six continents. My diverse traveling background has helped me distinguish what is special about Guadeloupe. Being a beach lover, Guadeloupe is one of my all-time favorite places in the world. I’m happy to introduce it to you!