Things to see and do - L'Ajoupa-Bouillon
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L'Ajoupa-Bouillon : Michelin's recommendations
Abutting the foothills of Mount Pelée, the small village of L’Ajoupa-Bouillon owes its name to a settler called "Bouillon", who built a house here (in Caribbean, ajoupa means "shelter") for travellers. The village emerged some two centuries later in 1889. It is a flower-decked hamlet today, with its main income derived from farming, and is ideal for a pleasant stopover.
Tourist attractions L'Ajoupa-Bouillon : Things to see and do
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The Gorges de la Falaise hike (2hr30min with swim) starts with a long descent down into the valley before reaching the entrance to the gorges. The view on arriving of the River Falaise that has cut a 120m-deep path through a lava flow (andesite) is q..
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The botanic and floral Ombrages trail, which runs alongside the ravine of Capot River, is located on the site of the former Sancé rum factory. All around are fig trees and hundred-year-old Bombacaceae trees, whose roots can reach 1.20m in height. At ..