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Plongée à la Martinique

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Identity Card:
  • Prefecture: Fort-de-France (DOM) .

  • People 394 173 hab. (2010)

  • Language : French, Creole

  • Surface 1128 km2

    Entry requirements:
    • Identity card : A French identity card will suffice. Recall that the license is not a proper identification.

      • Currency Euro

      • Payment Cards : It is advisable to always be on when the liquid out of the main towns and tourist areas .

      • Budget stay 1 Week 350-700

        • Restaurants
          Cheap : less than 10 € / person
          Average : 10-20 € / person
          Premium . more than 30 € / person.

          • accommodation
            Cheap : less than 30 € / night
            Average : 50-80 € / night
            Premium : more than 150 € / night


            How to get there?

            • By Air: To join the Martinique from Paris you can choose from three airlines: Air France, Air Caraibes and Corsairfly. These three companies provide daily flights between Paris-Orly South and Fort-de-France. Count between 400 and 900 euros for a round-trip Paris-Fort France. The flight takes about 9 hours.

            • By Ferry: It is possible to arrive by ferry from Martinique Guadeloupe, company Express islands provide connections .

              On site:

              • Car : All major car rental brands are present: Hertz, Budget or Europcar. There are also many local rental companies offer rentals at lower rates than large groups.

              • Shared taxis: The most economical way to travel between cities and villages of Martinique are the 'taxicos' collective taxis that depart when full. These work especially the day, at night it will hitchhike or take a classic taxi everywhere.

                • Vaccinations No mandatory vaccines .

                  • Natural hazards: Martinique is subject to many natural hazards such as earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions or tropical cyclones. Cyclones move between Martinique in August and September.

                    • Climate There are two seasons, a wet season from May to November and a dry season from February to April .

                    • Average temperatures 30 & deg; C in summer and 20 & deg; C in winter .

                    • Best time to reach : The best season lasts from November to February, by cons it is also the peak season, hotel rates go up accordingly in arrow.

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