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So worth the walk in and climb back out to experience this beautiful, tropical oasis! Our teen daughters wished we could have spent the whole day there relaxing by the waterfall, jumping in, swimming and gazing at the tropical flora.
the trip there was referred to me by a local. the descent to the fall is a bit treacherous if you're not used to hiking but is not impossible. make sure you're wearing shoes and clothes that can get wet. getting to the wall was...More
Nice falls but overrun by tourists. Apparently this place brings out the ape in man. Result: parents are encouraging their offspring to undertake death defying jumps off the rocks into the shallow Bassin at the foot of the waterfall. If you enjoy seeing children getting...More
We went for a hike after visiting La Maison du Cacao. It was very steep up and down for about 10 minutes. We saw lots of people in flip-flops but I wish that I had worn my tennis shoes. It's rocky and your feet will...More
"Le saut de l'Acomat" is a nice fall in refreshing freshwater, located around Pointe-Noire. The place is small but beautiful,you can jump by the fall (around 5meters high).
however it is accessible through a very abrupt and narrow path in the mud (around 10min walk)...More
We climbed down a rather short, steep and muddy trail and it was worth it. It is a beautiful waterfall, not very large and surrounded by many plants that grow on rocks. It is so pretty like something you would think of when asked to...More
It takes a little walk into the forest, you should be aware of slippery rocks, kind of abrupt, but nothing to stop you going down to the river fall. It's nice place, the only problem was that at the moment were many people around, shouting,...More
It is a very difficult walk up and down the trail to the bassin. Once there, not a lot of space for all the people. The water is extremely cold and only a few spots to enter the pool.
Probably would never go to it...More
If you are anywhere on the west coast of Basse Terre, the drive to Acomat falls is well worth it!
We were staying in Pointe Noir and Acomat was just minutes from our gite. You drive up through a lovely little road, past some quintessential...More