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Parque Arqueológico de Roca Grabada

Engraved Rock Archaeological Park (Trois-Rivières, Basse Terre) — Inhabited by the Arawaks and the Carib people before being discovered by Christopher Colombus in 1493, Guadeloupe still bears many signs of these ancient civilizations. The archaeological park in Trois-Rivières is home to many of them and offers a stunning peek at pre-conquest Guadeloupe, not to mention a breathtaking tropical garden and a panoramic view of Les Saintes archipelago.  Admission:  €2 (adult), Free for children under 12.  Hours:  8:30 am – 5:00 pm (daily).