Sarah was a delight to plan our trip to China with. She was courteous, prompt, informed, and always got back to us with good information.
- Cindy/Kim M.
Fort-de-France is the capital of Martinique. With a population of 134,727 inhabitants, it is also one of the major cities in the Caribbean. Exports include sugar, rum, tinned fruit, and cacao. Fort-de-France lies on the island's west coast at the northern entrance to the large Fort-de-France Bay, at the mouth of the Madame River. Originally named Fort-Royal, the administrative capital of Martinique was over-shadowed by Saint-Pierre, the oldest city in the island, which was renowned for its commercial and cultural vibrancy as "The Paris of the Caribbean". Fort-de-France became economically important after the volcanic eruption of Mount Pelée destroyed the town of Saint-Pierre in 1902.
Currently we do not have any sample itineraries of custom tours to this destination.
Click here to contact us and we would be happy to discuss possibilities
Stay in the know: Subscribe to our newsletter to have our hand-picked trips & specials delivered to you!
Please enter a destination