"Giant bearded fig"
Cotton was first used by native Americans and was one of the products exported from early colonial times, like pétun (tobacco) or indigo.
"Pride of big pine"
Bois Baron cliff viewpoint
[For the Bois Baron trail, turn left and go up towards the road]
Caribbean hermit crab
After Anse Patate continue to the right at the intersection. Walk along the coast, then turn left to take the steep slope leading up to the paragliding site.
During the climb, make sure you go towards the left. Don't turn right at the intersection towards Anse Maurice.
At the road, turn left, passing by the car park and the paragliders' area. Follow the path that goes downwards, and then you will reach the coastal path you took on the way up.
Please note: unsupervised car parks.
Access and parking
Arriving from Pointe à Pitre / Abymes: follow the N5 road to Morne-à-l'Eau, then head for Le Moule.
After the intersection with the D123 towards Sainte Marguerite and the Musée Edgard Claire, continue straight on until the bridge. Park at the Anse La Baie car park to the left, just after the bridge.
Arriving from Saint-François: follow the RN road towards Le Moule; cross the town and continue towards La Baie.
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