Trois Rivieres (Basse-Terre) ferry port in Guadeloupe connects you with Les Saintes (Terre-de-Haut) in Guadeloupe with a choice of up to 28 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Trois Rivieres to Les Saintes crossing is from 15 minutes and the crossing is operated by CTM Deher.
A local public transit system runs around the city, covering many of the popular areas.
Devastated from a catastrophic fire that destroyed much of the land, Trois-Rivieres is slowly rebuilding its way to the prestige it once held in North America. St Lawrence River shines through as the city’s crown, charming tourists and locals alike with the picturesque views afforded from the plethora of quaint cafes and authentic eateries. If you’re looking for a relaxing few days, just enjoying the food and weather, this is your place.
Away from the river, you’ll find a surprising amount of public art – specifically street sculptures; a gigantic portrayal of an eight pack egg carton is the standout attraction in a wealth of unique artwork. Laying adjacent to the city centre, Parc Portuaire is a mecca of verdant landscapes and refreshing greenery, providing the ideal setting for a leisurely stroll.
Trois-Rivieres is a city in the region of Quebec, a predominantly French speaking province in the south of Canada. The only ferry route departing the port is to Les Saintes on the island of Guadeloupe, with crossings typically lasting around 15 minutes.