An unforgettable discovery ...

In the heart of the massif of Basse-Terre, Parc des Mamelles spends 4 hectares of tropical forest conservation of rare and endangered animal species.

Located on the Traversée road, at the edge of the Guadeloupe National Park, this park is characterized by tranquility and perfectly natural character of the area.
True Noah's Ark of modern times, it houses about 85 animal species from the Caribbean and Guyana spread between mammals, birds, reptiles and arthropods - more than 450 individuals.

All live in a lush green environment composed of more than a thousand plant species. An ideal temperature and optimal humidity give them a lifestyle more enjoyable.