The Caribbean island of Guadeloupe is an ideal destination for those looking to volunteer in a French speaking country. Few Americans come here and few islanders speak English, so a basic command of French is a must.
Guadeloupe stands out for its natural beauty. The western side of Guadeloupe’s main island is dominated by La Soufrière, a 4,700-foot volcano that periodically belches steam and ash. The volcano forms the heart of the Park Naturel de Guadeloupe, one of the largest nature reserves in the Caribbean. This huge tract of mountains, waterfalls and rainforest offers stunning views of the minty-green Caribbean waters.
Voluntary opportunities include teaching in schools and community projects.
If you intend to visit Guadeloupe, on holiday, a business trip, to study, work, volunteer or as an emigrant you should get up to date and accurate information from your nearest Embassy or Consulate of Guadeloupe.
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