Camping Laliwondaj Kotesi
Chemin de Belle-Hôtesse
Laliwondaj Kotési in the town of Pointe Noire perfectly combines nature and culture. Located on the wooded morne of Belle-Hôtesse, it offers visitors a privileged setting for stays in the heart of Creole traditions.
The houses and the camping area are located in the heart of a natural forest delicately landscaped. This area highlights the floristic, ornithological and volcanological heritage of the region. A botanical identification trail will allow you to discover the vegetation, a bird observatory will delight birdwatchers, and an eco-museum on volcanism will shed light on the volcanic rocks that outcrop in the middle of the vegetation.
Your host, Geneviève, will welcome you and introduce you to the West Indian culture. To complete your stay, she will prepare succulent meals with local flavors for a deeper immersion in the Guadeloupean cultural heritage.
Laliwondaj Kotési offers a camping area, below the garden, a wooded platform is proposed to lovers of bivouac nights. A space to cook, bamboo showers and sanitary facilities are available to enhance your stay in nature.
Camping : From 15€ per night (tent not provided)
For people traveling with children, the domain also has a playground: the "bik a timoun".