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A wonderful experience going through the wind-dy roads through the rainforest. The sights are... read more

Reviewed March 3, 2018
Charles K
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Winchester, United Kingdom
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Scenic Route, including Balata Cathedral

We took a taxi(=private tour) from Cruise Pier, because this was our 2nd time in Martinique and... read more

Reviewed February 21, 2017
Halkidis
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Southwest Finland, Finland
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Reviewed March 3, 2018 via mobile

A wonderful experience going through the wind-dy roads through the rainforest. The sights are beautiful. Make sure you have a guide that provides full details of the plants and terrains.

Thank Charles K
Reviewed February 21, 2017

We took a taxi(=private tour) from Cruise Pier, because this was our 2nd time in Martinique and Fort-de-France was already familiar to us. We took Route de la Trace, which offers great views, nature, beautiful Balata Cathedral etc, before we end up in Depaz Rhum...More

1  Thank Halkidis
Reviewed February 9, 2017

We drove our rental car from Fort de France north on the Route de la Trace (the N3) to Morne Rouge with our three teenage boys. The road is narrow but in very good condition, full of sharp turns---not for the faint of heart! The...More

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Reviewed September 4, 2016

A stunning drive through windy roads that really show the variety of nature in Martinique. loved it.

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Reviewed February 11, 2016

Well if you want to see the island, this is the best way, get a hire car and head into the north and interior of the Martinique, discovering lots of cool sights along the way. The road follows a route cut by the Jesuits in...More

2  Thank Delory123
Reviewed December 26, 2014

Route de la Trace is a traverse over the lush tropical rain forest mountains from Fort de France to near St Pierre, although, technically, it is from Balata to Morne Rouge which is the most memorable sections. There are miles and miles of twists and...More

4  Thank cherriesfan_9
Reviewed April 8, 2014

We thoroughly enjoyed the Route de la Trace drive which heads north from Fort-de-France to Le Morne Rouge. The road winds its way (at times very sharply!) up into the hills then following creeks and rising through passes into the highlands outside Le Morne Rouge....More

2  Thank John B
Reviewed August 16, 2011

We drove along Route de la Trace in to a hiking trail in the rain forest. Found the trails several inches deep in mud and surrounded by some of the densest trees and vines I've ever seen. They was quickly encroaching on the trail, making...More

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