Named one of the top 10 attractions in the Caribbean, 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 paths and bridges provide an aerial view of the gardens. You can spend part of the visit walking between the trees and on completely secure suspended bridges and footbridges in order to appreciate the panorama of the garden seen from above. This is the unmissable visit to Martinique.

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