The Mamelles Guadeloupe National Park View

The Mamelles Guadeloupe National Park View

The Mamelles are two peaks located in the Guadeloupe National Park, that get their name thanks to a distinctly breast-like appearance. But it’s not the view OF the breasts that’s most arousing. No, that distinction is saved for the view FROM atop these bosoms. There, 2,500 feet up Mamelle de Pigeon, you can see the Jacques Cousteau’s Underwater Reserve (the small islands off the shore) to the west and to the east clear across Grand-Terre on a good day. Ever climb these suggestive heights?

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