Attractions include Fort-De-France, the statues and gardens of La Savane and St. Pierre, where 30,000 people were killed by a volcano.
Martinique's shore excursions center around the island's dense rainforests and unique French-Creole culture.
Martinique ranks among the most popular islands in the Caribbean, but only during certain months of the year.
Though a relatively small Caribbean island, Martinique offers several choices for tours and excursions.
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Visitors to Martinique don't have to dive too deep to find a great meal. This tiny Caribbean island features sophisticated dining restaurants, fun beach bars and lively night spots.
U.S. citizens require passports to travel to Martinique, but visas are generally not required for visitors planning to remain for up to 90 days.
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