Have you planned to spend your next holidays in Martinique? Why not go for a sea excursion in Martinique? There are many reasons why you could feel encouraged to take a sea trip in a catamaran in the Caribbean !
Firstly, it’s an excellent way to discover the natural beauty of the island. You can also spend your day along the coasts of Flower Island, and there you will be able to see beautiful landscapes such as the rocky creeks, the bays, the islets, the luxurious vegetation and the Pelée Mountain.
Then, this will also give you the chance to enjoy a moment of pause and relaxation while admiring the turquoise waters of the Caribbean sea. You can also take a swim and enjoy the Caribbean sun.
Finally, this is an excellent way of meeting people whether you are travelling alone or with family. You can meet other tourists on board the catamaran but also meet our crew and the skipper, who will be at your service throughout the day.
Don’t hesitate more and choose this sea excursion in Martinique for your holidays! You won’t regret it!
Why choose a catamaran instead of a motorboat or a sailboat?
Choosing a catamaran like Kokoumdo over another type of motorboat or sailboat is dictated by a number of factors. Firstly, the catamaran is very stable, making it ideal for people who don’t want to feel seasick. Secondly, they are also very comfortable, with a galley and a lounge where you can relax to your heart’s content.
So, if you want to do a sea excursion in Martinique, choose a catamaran! Additionally, this will be the best choice for the environment and the planet!
Where can you see a dolphin in Martinique?
If you want to see dolphins in Martinique, there’s a good chance you’ll be able to do so on a sea excursion aboard Kokoumdo. Dolphins are very present in Martinique’s territorial waters. And they can be seen all year round!
And who knows? Between November and April, you might even be lucky enough to spot some whales!
What are the different types of dolphins in Martinique?
Martinique is home to several species of dolphin, including the bottlenose dolphin, the spotted dolphin, Electra’s dolphin and the black-finned dolphin. These four types of dolphin are the most frequently seen in Martinique’s waters, making them easy to spot on a sea excursion.
- The pantropical spotted dolphin is a little less robust than the bottlenose dolphin, and has a long, slender grey body with white spots. This dolphin is very sociable and receptive to human interaction.
- The Fraser’s dolphin is distinguished by its robust silhouette and characteristic pink belly. It forms groups of between 100 and 500 individuals that swim synchronously, making for pleasant observation. However, this dolphin is very wary and generally avoids approaching boats.
- Bottlenose dolphins are found in many seas around the world. It has a curved dorsal fin of a uniform colour and can live up to 50 years. It is one of the most active dolphins on the surface of the sea, and loves to perform acrobatics.
The meal choices are creole-style roasted chicken (it’s chicken on a sauce with local spices, a bit spicy) and fish cooked on coconut milk (sea bream or marlin)
- in the morning breakfast buttered baguette and jam
- starter: assorted local vegetables
- main: chicken or fish with péyi vegetables and rice,
- desert: coconut blancmange and its chocolate fondant squares
- the meal for the afternoon is a selection of fresh fruit.
The payment can be made by card, cheque, cash, or holiday cheque for a total of 50% of the total amount.
A deposit of 20% will be requested when booking.