Guadeloupe Ferry terminal & Cruise terminal Shuttle Service
SHUTTLE TO/FROM POINTE À PITRE CRUISE TERMINAL
SHUTTLE TO/FROM MARINA OF BAS-DU-FORT GOSIER
SHUTTLE TO/FROM MARINA OF SAINT-FRANÇOIS
SHUTTLE TO/FROM THE PORT OF DESHAIES
SHUTTLE TO/FROM TROIS-RIVIÈRES FERRY TERMINAL
SHUTTLE TO/FROM THE MARINA OF RIVIÈRE-SENS GOURBEYRE
SHUTTLE TO/FROM BASSE-TERRE CITY FERRY TERMINAL/PORT
- One-way private transfer
- Greet service at the airport
- All taxes and handling charges and fees
- Professional driver
- Child seats (available on request)
- 1 checked baggage or 1 cabin baggage per person
- Free cancellation fee
- 45 minutes free waiting time
- Night supplement (6 pm-7am), sunday & bank holidays: +15%
- Additional checked baggage and golf bag: +5 €
- Surfboard, Bike, Cage: +10 €
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON TAXIS, TRANSFER SERVICE AND SHUTTLE TO GUADELOUPE FERRY/CRUISE TERMINAL
Are there transfers between the ferry terminals and the airport?
It all depends on the ferry terminals or ports in Guadeloupe, some have taxis at their exit, others do not. We offer transfers to all ferry terminals (Pointe-à-Pitre, Trois-Rivières, Deshaies,…) and marinas (Bas-du-Fort, Saint-François, Rivières Sens) in Guadeloupe.
What is the distance from downtown Pointe-à-Pitre to the cruise port/terminal?
The Pointe-à-Pitre Cruise Terminal is a 15-minute walk from downtown Pointe-à-Pitre.
How far is the airport from the cruise ship terminal?
The Pointe-à-Pitre cruise terminal is located 9 kilometres from the Pôle Caraïbes International Airport in Pointe-à-Pitre. This is equivalent to a 15 to 20 minute drive.
How long does it take to get from the airport to the cruise terminal in Pointe-à-Pitre?
Unless your flight is delayed, it will take at least 45 minutes from the time the plane lands to the time you leave the airport. Then about 20 minutes of transfer with our shuttle between the Pôle Caraïbes airport and the cruise port of Pointe-à-Pitre.
Not forgetting the time needed to board your cruise ship (between 30 and 45 minutes).
I am fully vaccinated, do I still have to wear a mask inside the vehicle?
Since Monday 16 May 2022, wearing a mask is no longer mandatory on public transport (buses, metros, trains, planes, taxis) in France.
However, masks are still recommended for Covid-positive people for 7 days following their isolation period, at-risk contact cases, symptomatic people and vulnerable people.