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Parc National

Landscape - Saint-Claude

Created in 1989, Guadeloupe National Park is made up of a group of protected areas of great importance to Guadeloupian heritage. From the marine depths and islets of Côte Sous-le-Vent (the “Leeward Coast”) and north Basse-Terre, to the island’s highest peaks, the National Park oversees the conservation of ecosystems of an exceptional biodiversity. Park officials ensure that this rich natural heritage is preserved, striving to maintain the equilibrium of species and spaces so that they may be handed down intact to future generations. Hunting, fishing, gathering, and all other impacts on the natural environment are strictly prohibited within Park boundaries. Care is taken to welcome, inform, and raise the awareness of visitors. A viable alternative to development and contributor to quality of life, Guadeloupe National Park is an active partner in the life of the commune. The recently constructed welcome station in Saint-Claude, which houses the headquarters of Guadeloupe National Park, is designed as a model of respect for the environment. With a footprint of 1,300 m², this 90% wood-materials, positive-energy structure and recipient of the HQE label (High Environmental Quality), emits minimal CO2 and is designed to take advantage of natural air conditioning. It is an example of true integration of human structures into natural surroundings. Tel.:  0590 41 55 55 -

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