Five cool stuff to do on New Year’s Eve

How about spending the last night of the year in the Guadeloupe Islands ?
Here are some tips to help you getting ready for this unique experience :

Rent a villa with your family and friends

If you prefer to have your private space, then we suggest that you rent a villa.
From Villa prestige to Villa Boubou, the Guadeloupe Islands offer a large selection of villas. Have glass of champagne in the pool and light up fireworks in the garden, the guarantee of an amazing time with your family and friends!

Go to a club

Many nightclubs offer New Year’s Eve parties. Spend the last night of the year dancing to Caribbean music! Champagne and hors d’oeuvres are usually served all night! And if you get through the morning, you might even be treated with breakfast!


Spend New Year’s Eve on a boat

Spend the last night of the year hoping from island to island on a luxury catamaran: the company Trade Winds will take care of everything! Being on a boat will allow you to watch the fireworks from all the 5 islands! And you will be able to take a midnight bath in the middle of the Caribbean sea!


A magical New Year’s Eve in a luxury hotel

You are seasick and the nightclubs are not for you? What about a memorable night in a beautiful hotel? Enjoy some Champagne by the pool or by the private beach…
Many hotels offer a magical New Year’s with many surprises :
Auberge de la Vieille Tour**** and la Creole Beach Hotel**** in Gosier,
Fort Royal**** in Deshaies or La Toubana**** in St-Anne…


Fireworks on Datcha Beach

Datcha beach in Gosier offers a perfect view of the fireworks of all the islands of the archipelago! Just sit on the sand with a glass of champagne and watch the lights twinkle far away in the sky!

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