Chutes Moreau cascade
Chutes Moreau
Saut du Bras du Fort



Goyave Basse Terre Guadeloupe: Travel Guide

Located in the east of Basse-Terre, the town of Goyave takes its name from the abundant number of guavas, small fruits which dot its surroundings. Historically focused on fishing and agriculture, particularly banana cultivation, Goyave is steeped in Guadeloupean traditions. Observe the numerous banana plantations along the roads, a living testimony to its economic activity.

Natural Discoveries and Hikes in Goyave

Now open to tourism, invites visitors to explore its natural charms and immerse themselves in its local traditions.

Hiking enthusiasts will be delighted by the natural treasures of Goyave. Discover the Saut du Bras du Fort, an easy walk through the tropical forest with the possibility of swimming. Moreau Falls, located in the heart of the tropical rainforest, offers another hiking experience.

Blonzac Water Garden Ideal for families, offers fun and sporting activities, allowing you to discover the diversity of tropical plants.
Jardin aux Mille Fruits The 2-hectare arboretum offers a unique experience for spotting, picking and tasting a variety of fruits and vegetables from the Guadeloupe archipelago.

Sainte Claire Beach

Enjoy Sainte Claire beach, with gray sand, offering a picturesque view of the city of Pointe-à-Pitre and Marie Galante.
Goyave, although not currently offering rentals, remains an essential stopover for those looking for authenticity and natural discoveries. Check out our rental offers in Guadeloupe to further explore this typical commune, where abundant nature and local traditions combine to offer a unique experience.

Practical infos

tourist information : Town hall of Goyave

Rue des Ecoles

Tél: 05 90 95 91 11

Fax: 05 90 95 94 95

Places to visit

  • The pretty gardens of the town: "Le Jardin d'Eau", "le  Jardin aux Mille Fruits"
  • The beach of Sainte Claire
  • Eiffel style bridges


  • Discover the rainforest during hikes: "saut du bras du fort", "chutes Moreau"