The Island of Guadeloupe – Grande Terre, Basse Terre, Marie Galante, Les Saintes (Terre de Haut and Terre de Bas), la Désirade, Saint Martin and Saint Barthélemy – welcome you to the Caribbean!
The weekly flight (AA512) from Miami will leave at 11:15 am and arrives in Guadeloupe at 2:25 pm. The return flight (AA1773) to Miami will leave Guadeloupe at 3:30 pm and arrive in Miami at 7:05 pm.
The late morning departure is designed to enable passengers to benefit from easy connections from around the US, arriving in the GUADELOUPE ISLANDS in the afternoon. American Airlines will fly a Boeing 737 aircraft, offering the comfort of 16 business class and 134 economy class seats.
This so French, undeniably Caribbean archipelago is the Caribbean’s best kept secret and a destination that has it all: rain forests, waterfalls, crystal-clear waters, white sandy beaches, charming villages, exquisite cuisine, and French culture.
Like a gargantuan butterfly that has landed between ANTIGUA and DOMINICA, Guadeloupe is primarily made up of two main islands connected by a narrow channel. The left “wing” is called the GRANDE-TERRE, and the right “wing” is the BASSE-TERRE. Guadeloupe also includes smaller surrounding islands: MARIE-GALANTE, LA DESIRADE and LES SAINTES. The very 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.