About fifteen years ago, Geneviève Francius discovered on the Piton de Belle-Hôtesse, an ancient volcano, now extinct, in Pointe-Noire, the place that would receive her cottages and her eco-museum.
She fell in love with the raw and wild space that was offered to her.
If the site already had bungalows in the Creole style, it was also dressed with majestic volcanic rocks, which have been preserved and which make all the charm of Kotési.
As a former teacher and doctor of anthropology, I seek above all to share the culture, lifestyle and traditions of Guadeloupe with my clients.
I have preserved all the charm of the site and I have composed with the elements of nature: luxuriant vegetation, volcanic rocks and birds of the Antilles.