The capital is well known for the excellence and safety of its home porting facilities and many calls are scheduled at this vibrant city. From there, you can embark on a tour or set off on your own for a taste of the island’s culture, natural beauty, food, and rum.
Jardin de Balata : A gorgeous garden
This three-hectare park holds 3,000 types of indigenous flora and fauna—including some 300 species of palm trees—just outside of Martinique’s capital. Follow the
multilingual markers through Jean-Philippe Thoze’s landscaped gardens, rolling green fields, and ponds dappled with water lilies and lotus flowers. The suspended pathsand bridges provide an aerial view of the gardens.
Discover a rich history
With its enthralling history, cultural must-do’s and chic French style, Martinique caters to an array of travelers. Museum-hopping? Check. A garden stroll? Check. Family-fun activities? Check. Cultural immersion? Check. The Island of Flowers is also a top destination for cruise passengers, offering a wealth of shore excursions that run the gamut from snorkeling to rum