Rendez-vous à 8h au Village de la Poterie
Rendez-vous à 8h au Village de la Poterie
Moyens d’accès :
Depuis Rivière-Salée, direction les Trois-Ilets puis après 3,5 Km, sur la droite, empruntez le chemin de terre rouge.
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La Perle du Nord
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The northern coast of Martinique is a magnificent region with breathtaking landscapes. You can see the mountains and the volcano from far, and the ocean has a blinding shade of blue with turquoise waters that let the depths of the lagoon be seen through. The beaches and the creeks belong to a paradise too, and the region offers many activities. The northern coast of Martinique is the place where land meets the sea.
The sea around Martinique offers an exceptional diversity of landscapes. You will be astonished by the colours of the water and its transparency. The coasts, sometimes rough, are covered in exuberant vegetation. The seabeds, accessible to everyone, reveal their secrets to those who are curious. Bordered by coral reefs, they are rich in marine life. There is something special for every taste when taking an excursion on the Northern Sea of Martinique! Discover the abundance of flora and fauna that made this island famous all around the world. You will soon discover why Martinique is called “the Emerald of the Caribbean”.
There are so many things to do here, including swimming, snorkelling, submarine diving, fishing, kayaking, golfing, and so much more. The beaches are magnificent, with clear sand and water. During your catamaran excursion in Martinique you can see the bays of Case Pilote, Belle Fontaine, and Prêcheur. Among other places that are worth checking we can list Le Carbet, Fond Lahaye, and bay St. Pierre.
A catamaran is made of two hulls placed parallel to each-other and tied by beams. Catamarans became more and more popular since their invention in Polynesia, where they were used exclusively for navigation. Today, catamarans are used in competitions, and to transport a large number of passengers for excursions or a mini cruise on a catamaran in Martinique. Catamarans are often more stable on water than traditional boats, which makes them safer for passengers. They are also, generally, larger, which makes them more stable and with more space for sunbathing and swimming.
The day excursions in a catamaran in northern Martinique present many advantages. They are normally more stable on water than traditional boats such as sailboats or yachts when heading out to the sea, which makes them perfect to do the tour at the coasts and the islands. They are also larger and can transport more people, which makes them perfect for large groups and families, with their deck and large cabin. Moreover, they offer great views of the landscape and many possibilities for suntanning and bathing. They are an excellent way to explore the coasts of Martinique with children or in a group.
Yes, you can often see dolphins near the northern coast of Martinique during a dolphin stroll in Martinique. In Fort-de-France, dolphins are not far from the port. There are also spots where it’s easier to see them: around St. Pierre and St. Anne. To be able to see them there is no easier way than embarking on a cruise in a catamaran with dolphins in Martinique, vous vivrez ainsi des moments inoubliables à bord de ce bateau agréable et spacieux. Pendant cette traversée en catamaran dauphins martinique , where you will live unforgettable moments on board this lovely and spacious boat. While crossing in a half-day catamaran with dolphins in Martinique you will go along the coasts up to Prêcheur, always with a great panorama of the island, and you will enjoy the company of dolphins. Among the dolphins you can spot in the Caribbean Sea we can name the Tursips Truncatus, Delphinus Delphis, and the Cephalorhyncus Hectori.
The Tursiops Truncatus is a marine mammal that can be up to 3.5 m long and be up to 150 kg. It has a slim body, a short beak with a bump in the front, and it doesn’t have visible teeth. On the other hand, it has truncated extremities fins, located on its back. This dolphin lives in the Atlantic and Indian Ocean waters, but can also be spotted in rivers.
The Delphinus Delphis is a marine mammal that is long around 2m and weighs between 20 to 25 kg. It has a long body, a mid-size tail, and black or grey fins located on the back. This dolphin doesn’t have visible teeth, and it feeds on squid and little fish.
The Cephalorhyncus Hectori is a marine mammal with a length from 1.9 to 2 metres and weights up to 80 Kg. It has a long fluted tail, a mid-size beak and a rounded head. This dolphin doesn’t have visible teeth and it often has a rounded head. It can live up to 30 years and it feeds of fish (among which eel), but also squid.