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The most popular car rental brands in Guadeloupe are Jumbo, Europcar, Avis, Rentacar and Europcar.
Best time to hire a car
The cheapest months to pick up your car hire in Guadeloupe are June and May.
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Hire a car in Guadeloupe
An island oasis and EU outpost, Guadeloupe can seem a world away from its Caribbean neighbours.
An archipelago of over a dozen islands, the nation was influenced by various empires over the centuries. Today, it remains a hybrid of French, African and South Asian cultures, which meld with tropical overtones to create an alluring and rustic atmosphere.
Guadeloupe’s two butterfly wings (the two main islands) are close enough to be conveniently connected by bridges. So, road tripping across and discovering each wing is a must. From active volcanoes and hot springs to beaches and rainforests, getting up close to the islands’ natural wonders is unforgettable.
Sights to see
Guadeloupe is an island group – the largest of which is a unique butterfly shape – situated in the Eastern Caribbean. Officially part of France, its main currency is the Euro and its culture consists of a fascinating blend of French and African influences.
Spread your Wings in Guadeloupe
The main island of Guadeloupe, the remarkable butterfly, has two very different ‘wings'. Because of these extremely different sides, you really do get two holidays wrapped into one – it's easy to explore both sides with a car hire. The western wing, Basse Terre is lush, wet and mountainous. It attracts whale watchers, hikers, divers and deep-sea anglers to its shores. On this side of the island, be sure to pay a visit to La Soufriere, Basse Terre's quiet but active volcano. Alternatively, head out and experience the magical world of the Pigeon Island underwater park, an absolute must for divers.
The Eastern wing, Grand Terre, is the other extreme. This side of the island is dry, flat and sandy with the most magnificent beaches. Soothing, warm waters and palm trees swaying gently in the breeze are just some of the highlights of Grand Terre. These beaches have, naturally, triggered the development of a fine selection of restaurants, resorts and bars so you'll be well looked after. Grand Terre is a chilled-out sun trap, allowing you to soak up the rays in this island paradise's tropical climate.