than the birds, everyone else need transportation by boat,
chaloupe, or yatch to get to Ile-a-Vache.
Boats usually leave when they are full as there is
no real schedule. We encourage you to leave in the morning.
Youíll take a small leap into the taxi boat that takes you out
to the slightly larger boat that will splash through the Bay
toward your destination in about an hourís time or less.
The boat will arrive at CaCoq first, then on to Madame
Bernardís. You can also hire a private boat and captain for
the day. prices are negotiable. Getting around the island can
be a challenge. Boats can carry you around to the coastal
towns and beaches. You can try to rent horses from the locals.
Your best bet as always is just to walk.
Rural tourism is encouraged on the
island. That is a form of tourism which allow tourists to stay
at a family house on the island. This helps the community
generate revenue for themselves. Some people periodically
visit the island and take advantage of such cost conscious
promotion. This is for the low budget people who enjoy a more
community like vacation. The guests are invited to spend time
with their children; small motor boats (with driver) and
people to tour the island with them are put at their
disposition . For more information, write to
firstname.lastname@example.org or call Patrick Lucien at