Discover Martinique’s enchanting zoo and distinctive rum. Your tour departs Le Carbet where fish huts and skiffs line the grey sandy beach and and travels to Zoo de Martinique Habitation Latouche. It's situated in the oldest habitation in Martinique, and a house dated back to 1646 is nestled within the valley. The renovated colonial house represents Martinique's old and rich heritage. As you walk through the zoo, you will see a variety of wildlife. The animals include monkeys, jaguars, pumas, lorikeets, anteaters, and raccoons. You can also roam its educational trial, and learn about the endemic species of the Antilles. Step into the huge aviaries where colorful birds freely fly. Your tour continues to the Neisson Distillery to discover a unique flavor of rum. The distillery grows its own sugar cane on over 100 acres of land in hot and sunny climates. The delicious drinks it produces is an agricultural rum made from distilling sugar cane juice instead of molasses. This activity occurs from late February to late June. The distillery ages its rums for at least five years in oak barrels. During your visit, you’ll enjoy a rum tasting and learn how the distillery obtains the perfect balance of aromas.
• Zoo de Martinique: Find out how the zoo attempts to save endangered animals and preserve the island’s rich flora and fauna.
• Neisson Distillery: Discover a unique rum flavor during a rum tasting.
What To Bring:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Sun protection
• Cash/credit cards
• Insect repellent
What to Wear:
• Hat and sunglasses
• Comfortable walking shoes
• This tour is not available on Sunday and public holidays
• Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
• Guests must be of legal age in order to drink alcohol