Trois-Rivières ('Three rivers') is a small town with population less than 9000. It is located in the southern part of Guadeloupe not far from Basse-Terre, the capital. Ferries to the Saints (Les Saintes) leave from the port of Trois-Rivières.
The town is also home to an archeological site called Parc Archéologique des Roches Gravées which has pre-Columbian petroglyphs made by Arawak indians. The site was unfortunately closed so we were not able to visit there.
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