Tour Operator EuroBound Launches Package Deals To The Guadeloupe Islands With American Airlines And Seaborne Airlines
NEW YORK, Sept. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — The Guadeloupe Islands Tourist Board announces nine air-inclusive packages with Los Angeles-based tour operator EuroBound on American Airlines and Seaborne Airlines from $1,475 to $4,025 per person. These incredible deals showcase the highlights of the Caribbean’s best kept secret by offering a wide diversity of options from adventure travel to romantic getaways to culinary discoveries.
Since the archipelago’s pristine landscape is a defining part of Guadeloupians’ national pride, EuroBound has developed tailor-made ecotourism packages that display the best of Guadeloupe’s unspoiled natural treasures. Perfect for the outdoor enthusiast, the “Green Guadeloupe,” “Adventure Package” and the “Eco-Chic” trips offer hikes to the La Soufriere volcano, swimming in waterfalls and kayaking in the Grand Cul de Sac Marin Natural Reserve or the mangrove wilderness. For those looking to discover Guadeloupe’s rich heritage and culture, the “All in One” vacation offers the possibility of visiting the Ecomuseum, where visitors discover the eco-friendly traditions of the Guadeloupians and an island-hopping exploration of some of the Archipelago’s hidden gems. EuroBound also offers a “Family Package” full of kid-friendly activities, a “Beach Party” trip for fun-loving travelers, a romantic “Honeymoon Package” and the “Deep Blue” vacation, which includes six nights on the main island, Grande Terre along with five nights on Les Saintes, the most low-key yet sophisticated surrounding island of the archipelago. A veritable heaven for foodies, the “Culinary Package” indulges visitors with a gourmet experience, including feasts featuring creative French- Creole cuisine made with fresh local products. These EuroBound packages include flights, hotels, all transfers or car rentals, two excursions and are valid from any US gateway.
The tourist board has launched a campaign and sweepstakes from August 15(th) to September 30(th) entitled “Let Me Show You My Islands” starring Guadeloupian heartthrob and top model, Willy Monfret, who invites participants to enter to win a package deal for two, which includes round-trip tickets and a seven night stay at the four-star La Creole Beach Hotel & Spa. Headlining a video miniseries of five episodes, Willy Monfret offers American travelers an insider’s view of this distinctive French-Caribbean Island and shares unique travel tips that highlight the best deals, activities, hot spots, sports and Guadeloupe’s renowned Creole cuisine.
About the Guadeloupe Islands
This so French, undeniably Caribbean archipelago is the Caribbean’s best kept secret. It’s a destination that has it all: rain forests, waterfalls, crystal-clear waters, white sandy beaches, charming villages, exquisite cuisine and French culture. Guadeloupe is primarily made up of two main islands connected by a narrow channel. The efficient inter-island connection network makes the Guadeloupe Archipelago a premier island-hopping destination, as all the islands are located within a mere 20-45 minute boat ride. With an entirely preserved environment thanks to rigorous flora and fauna preservation programs, ecotourism has been a key aspect of the destination’s development and makes the islands perfect for any type of adventure. From exploring the lush scenery to hiking up the summit of La Soufriere volcano to canoeing on the hidden rivers in the National Park, Guadeloupe really has something for everyone. Visitors can go kayaking down the Cousteau Reserve or delve into a culinary adventure by trying “Nouvelle Cuisine Creole,” the perfect combination of French Savoir Faire and Caribbean flavors. The destination boasts over 200 restaurants, some of which are located on porches of local homes, serving everything from Ti ‘Punch to local Creole creations such as stuffed land crabs, stewed conch and curry dishes.
For more information on the Caribbean’s best kept secret visit www.guadeloupe-islands.com
SOURCE Guadeloupe Islands Tourist Board