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La Désirade is an island situated east of Guadeloupe that stretches out 11 km long and 2 km wide. You can access the island via a shuttle that leaves at 8am every morning from Saint Francois, a main city in Guadeloupe. The journey takes approximately 45 minutes.

All certified scuba divers (at least Open Water or equivalent) must visit this exotic island at least once, to explore its exclusive subaquatic world abundant with sea creatures.

The northern coast of the island is a huge contrast to the southern coast. They are exposed to 2 completely different environments. The southern coast is on the same plateau as Guadeloupe and you’ll find the same reliefs, fauna, and flora. Whilst scuba diving here, you’re very likely to come across blue-spotted ribbon tail ray, spotted eagle ray, sleeper shark, moray eel and mongoose.

The northern coast is set in the middle of volcanoes with huge rip-raps and holes. On this coast you’re sure to run into king mackerel and young tuna hunting its prey. You’ll feel like you’re discovering 2 separate islands.

However, scuba diving is just one way of making the most of the island’s natural environment. You can also enjoy the water through kitesurfing and windsurfing, thanks to the optimal wind conditions present all year round. The only requirement is that all kiters and windsurfers must be autonomous.

La Désirade is THE spot for people looking to get away from mass tourism. Just stop and take in the preserved natural environment.

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La Desirade : ¿Qué hacer cuando llegas ahí?

La Désirade is an island situated east of Guadeloupe that stretches out 11 km long and 2 km wide. You can access the island via a shuttle that leaves at 8am every morning from Saint Francois, a main city in Guadeloupe. The journey takes approximately 45 minutes.

All certified scuba divers (at least Open Water or equivalent) must visit this exotic island at least once, to explore its exclusive subaquatic world abundant with sea creatures.

The northern coast of the island is a huge contrast to the southern coast. They are exposed to 2 completely different environments. The southern coast is on the same plateau as Guadeloupe and you’ll find the same reliefs, fauna, and flora. Whilst scuba diving here, you’re very likely to come across blue-spotted ribbon tail ray, spotted eagle ray, sleeper shark, moray eel and mongoose.

The northern coast is set in the middle of volcanoes with huge rip-raps and holes. On this coast you’re sure to run into king mackerel and young tuna hunting its prey. You’ll feel like you’re discovering 2 separate islands.

However, scuba diving is just one way of making the most of the island’s natural environment. You can also enjoy the water through kitesurfing and windsurfing, thanks to the optimal wind conditions present all year round. The only requirement is that all kiters and windsurfers must be autonomous.

La Désirade is THE spot for people looking to get away from mass tourism. Just stop and take in the preserved natural environment.

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