Travel photos : Guadeloupe 2007 : Trois-Rivières


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.

Bus stop Crossroads Town Hall Church Street view

An Eol Caraïbes Pool Reception Cottage Cottage inside

Other cottages Colourful cottage Town centre Road to lower part of the town Bord-de-Mer

Jetty Port


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