Formed from the smoldering flow of ancient volcanoes, the two adjacent islands that flair like butterfly wings either side of a salt lake are the Yin and Yang of Guadeloupe. Green foliage paints the slopes of mountainous Basse-Terre, the western wing, while developed resorts, rolling fields of sugar cane and broiling surf flush out the eastern half of this topographically and culturally rich destination. Joined by two narrow strips of land, the two halves of Guadeloupe are today under French sovereignty, so finding a breakfast baguette and a Creole catch dinner won't pose a problem.
Powdery stretches of sand stand stark against the translucent blue waters of islands of St. Kitts and adjacent island Nevis. Rocky promontories are a tangle of vivid foliage and bright blooms down to the ocean's edge, fanned by breeze in the coconut palms. No surprise then that the biggest attractions on St. Kitts & Nevis are the sand, sea and associated activities.
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